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March 2, 2007 | Carie Page
In this 41-minute recording from the 2006 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, we'll hear from Joel Fletcher and Gregory Lozeau in a session entitled Who Are You (Today)?: Integrating Identity Life Cycles with Information Services. They share challenges and lessons learned from implementing a new student...
March 2, 2007 | Carie Page
In this 34-minute recording from the 2006 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, we'll hear from Timothy Lance, George Loftus, and Jeri Semer in a session entitled Telecommunications Reform: NPC Report on Higher Education's Role in the Federal Debate. They will outline key legislation in Congress and explore...
March 2, 2007 | Carie Page
In this 44-minute recording from the 2006 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, we'll hear from James Jokl and Michael Staman in a session entitled Net@EDU ICS Working Group Survey on Convergent Services in Higher Education.They will share results from the 2006 survey, which suggest that higher education is...
March 2, 2007 | Carie Page
In this 34-minute recording from the 2006 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, we'll hear from Matt Campbell in a session entitled When Account Management is Not Enough: Identity at RIT. Campbell shares how the Rochester Institue of Technology successfully developed an extensive set of tools to unify all...
March 2, 2007 | Carie Page
In this 48-minute recording from the 2006 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, we'll hear from Michele Morrison and Judy Shandler in a session entitled The Power of the Core Service Catalog. They will share how the core service catalog has become one of the British Columbia Institute of Technology's most...