We've used Ning for the past two years in conjunction with our first year experience program (which pretty much takes place in that period between when our summer orientations are over and our classes begin & the freshmen get…"
Hey all-I was wondering if anyone has been using Ning as an incoming private student group/portal where they can connect and share information. If so how was that working out for you? What limitations did you experience? Any pleasant surprises? Also does anyone know if you can still use Ning on your own servers?Thanks in advance...Cliff JenkinsInteractive Media ManagerCollege of Mount St. JosephSee More
2. Nope, they paid for it, since they wanted something different it came out of their own pockets. Now they're tired of it and want something for less money.
3. Unfortunately, yes.
4. Yes, but they're all overpriced. I'd…"
"Departments often want to do their own thing, but if you are responsible for maintaining a consistent brand identity for the university I'd advice against it. If they feel a need to incorporate certain features in the site, then I'd work…"
"We did an entirely different look and feel for our Athletics site, yet we kept it within our "domain".
We have been talking about providing an "Athletics-geared" CMS site for quite some time now, but it's all been just…"
I'm in a bit of a conundrum and I'm looking for a little advice...Here's the deal, we redesigned our site roughly a year-and-a-half ago and included athletics on that redesign. The SID at the time was named a stakeholder in the redesign group due to the fact that athletics is one of our top destinations. The SID was fairly uninterested in the whole process and basically checked out.Now they're knocking on the door saying that they're unhappy with the design and they want something different.…See More
With your work in new Ed Technology, I recommend you take a look at Wiziq's virtual classroom and authorstream's power point presentation platform. Both are web based platforms, have a bunch of features and free basic service.
The Office of Information Technology at UCI has two vacancies for Technology Support Specialists to assist faculty, staff, and students through the Canvas transition (see sites.uci.edu/canvas/).Please share this with others looking to:Help faculty, staff, and students use Canvas and associated toolsSolve problems and remove barriers for end-users dealing with software changeDevelop productive relationships and positive rapport with…See More