"Full disclosure - I don't currently work at a school, but having worked at colleges/universities for several years AND finding this a really interesting topic I thought I'd throw out a couple of ideas:
- QR codes could be integrated…"
"We use Adobe Connect for all of our mixed media webinars and presentations, whether they are run purely online or with a live audience as well. We love it, it's an amazing product and so worth our investment (we went with the enterprise license…"
"I thought I'd follow up on my own post here, and share the solution we came up with:
After playing a bit with Google Hangouts and Skype screen-sharing, we decided on an alternative approach: A presentation 'sandwich'... We'll…"
"Your use of color is great. Especially on this page https://www3.tech.purdue.edu/degrees. I'm curious to know the logic of the background color for the degree programs. At first I assumed it was alpha but that didn't hold.
Sad to hear that the University of Michigan list is closing today. Terry Calhoun has done a wonderful job over the many years I've been on the list and it has been an excellent resource for my team.Thank you Terry and University of Michigan! And thank you for a job well done.See More
The measurement of success is based on the reason for the change of CMS in the first place. Is the CMS upgrade part of an overall redesign and updated information architecture? Or is it a stand alone project? Are you moving from having no…"
A former intern and I will be doing a conference session on 'Getting Started in Chinese Social Media' at #PSEWEB in Vancouver on June 25th. We'll be presenting from London Ontario, using a mix of slides, video, and screen-shared web browsing. We plan to use a single connection with a mic and webcam here in London, and another laptop with a projector and audio in the conference room in Vancouver.Technologies we've considered using are Google Hangouts, Skype, and OBS (…See More
I just took a quick look - from a prospective student point of view. The first thing I want to know about is your degrees, so I hit that link under "Prospective students." I saw that the first degree listed says it's…"
Greetings,We are in redesign mode for several sites, including the University of Minnesota home site. We've determined this would be a good time reevaluate the standard web header and footer that we require for all UofM websites. The issue is how.We've made decisions in the past about what links go in the header and footer based on what kinds of items are globally useful. Simple enough. But...we will also be launching a new…See More
"Haven't had a chance to dig into dunked yet. Waiting till things die down after Commencement. Looks promising from the marketing materials but requires a real account to fully understand it. Thanks for the tip."
I am wondering what techniques or programs out there I could use to complete the following steps:1. Take video files (.mpg, .mov, .wmv, etc.) and break them apart into their individual frames. I assume .jpg files with little/no lossy compression being applied (98-100% quality).2. Take said individuals frames/.jpgs and "recompile" them back into .mpg, .mov, .wmv, etc.My thought/theory is that if I can get each frame into an individual image, then optimize the HECK out of the image without…See More
We are in the initial stages of project planning for a web CMS implementation in FY2014. As we begin to develop our project planning documentation, we are somewhat struggling to come up with meaningful, measurable metrics for determining success of our project. So far, we are considering measuring: 1) the percentage of trained content managers that are "actively" using the system once implemented, and 2) the percentage of trained content managers who are "satisfied" or "very satisfied" with…See More
I took a look at that site tonight. Here's a couple thoughts:
1. Bottom nav is very text heavy. Lots and lots of words. I understand why you need all those links/options...but it just is in such stark contrast with…"