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Tatjana Salcedo
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  • Burlington, VT
  • United States
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PHP/Drupal Developer - University of Vermont

Help build and implement custom modules for the main institutional website. Provide software development services in the support of enterprise web-based services. Duties include developing custom…Continue

Started Jun 19, 2014

Custom Portal

We're in the midst of really starting to tap into the customization possibility of our Sungard Luminis Portal, i.e. targeted content based on student populations. We're starting with our incoming…Continue

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Started May 2, 2012

Any CourseLeaf, Acalog or SmartCatalog users out there?
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We put out an RFI for a catalog management solution and recently sat through short demos about these three products. Looking to chat with schools how are using or used any of these products and get…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tatjana Salcedo Mar 14, 2012.

Anyone publishing (or thinking about publishing) a magazine for iPad's Newsstand app?
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We're exploring ways to create a custom iPad experience for our alumni magazine. I'm not really sold on Texterity, seems like a lot of pinch and squeeze needed. I like the concept a single app that…Continue

Tags: Newsstand, iPad, magazine

Started this discussion. Last reply by Karine Joly Jan 24, 2012.

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PHP/Drupal Developer - University of Vermont

Help build and implement custom modules for the main institutional website. Provide software development services in the support of enterprise web-based services. Duties include developing custom modules in support of the transition to Drupal. Customization and modification of existing Drupal modules as needed. Test quality, security and performance of custom code. Estimate development times and continuously document development progress. This is a one year term position.  RequirementsExtensive…See More
Jun 19, 2014
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Apr 25, 2013
Tatjana Salcedo posted a discussion

Custom Portal

We're in the midst of really starting to tap into the customization possibility of our Sungard Luminis Portal, i.e. targeted content based on student populations. We're starting with our incoming class. Anyone out there doing this in Luminis (or any other portal) that is willing to share their strategies and successes, especially in regards to content development.See More
May 2, 2012
Tatjana Salcedo replied to Dan Demmons's discussion Google Analytics and access to it
"You are not being paranoid. We currently have a lot of departments who manage their own GA accounts (I'm trying to bring most everyone under a single one, but that's another issue) and I get a lot of folks coming in to see me with data…"
Mar 14, 2012
Tatjana Salcedo replied to Tatjana Salcedo's discussion Any CourseLeaf, Acalog or SmartCatalog users out there?
"I agree, internal processes are critical. We have been using a homegrown online catalog CMS for about ten years, so we've worked through a lot of the workflow kinks and have a good idea of what we are looking for to fit with our environment and…"
Mar 14, 2012
Erik Hagen replied to Tatjana Salcedo's discussion Any CourseLeaf, Acalog or SmartCatalog users out there?
"Good point - even the best tool is worthless if you aren't setup internally to use it properly. That said, we're wrapping up an installation with one of these vendors and, as Michael said, it definitely looks like it was designed by…"
Mar 13, 2012
Tatjana Salcedo replied to Tatjana Salcedo's discussion Any CourseLeaf, Acalog or SmartCatalog users out there?
"Thanks. I'll definitely check CatalogM out. I was actually impressed how far these products have come since we looked five years ago, but none seems the "ideal" fit."
Mar 13, 2012
Steve replied to Tatjana Salcedo's discussion Any CourseLeaf, Acalog or SmartCatalog users out there?
"We've dealt with one of these vendors. Our problems are related to our own internal processes, where plan is a four-letter word and lack of accountability means deadlines are missed and life goes on."
Mar 13, 2012
Tatjana Salcedo replied to Tatjana Salcedo's discussion Any CourseLeaf, Acalog or SmartCatalog users out there?
"Thanks, Ben. Thank would help me out a lot..."
Mar 13, 2012
Michael Fienen replied to Tatjana Salcedo's discussion Any CourseLeaf, Acalog or SmartCatalog users out there?
"Personally, my impression of those three (I've demoed them all previously as well) is that they were solutions built by programmers. Meaning, tons of features without a lot of regard for how they actually need to be used by the people that use…"
Mar 13, 2012
Ben Rapin replied to Tatjana Salcedo's discussion Any CourseLeaf, Acalog or SmartCatalog users out there?
"We use Acalog at GVSU, but I am not that directly involved. If you wanted to run questions by someone I could probably dig up a contact for you."
Mar 13, 2012
Tatjana Salcedo posted a discussion

Any CourseLeaf, Acalog or SmartCatalog users out there?

We put out an RFI for a catalog management solution and recently sat through short demos about these three products. Looking to chat with schools how are using or used any of these products and get some general impressions.See More
Mar 13, 2012
Tatjana Salcedo replied to Victoria Bomben's discussion Off the shelf applications to gather, display and search Faculty Profiles
"Our university is attempting to do this with a product called Digital Measures. The product was sold as a way to develop faculty collaborations and streamline the tenure process, but we are already building website profiles with some of the data…"
Mar 13, 2012
Karine Joly replied to Tatjana Salcedo's discussion Anyone publishing (or thinking about publishing) a magazine for iPad's Newsstand app?
"Actually, Mike Richwalsky from JCU wrote a post about the idea on his blog (which was later quoted in the Chronicle): http://highedwebtech.com/2012/01/20/ibooks-author-magazine/"
Jan 24, 2012
Tatjana Salcedo replied to Tatjana Salcedo's discussion Anyone publishing (or thinking about publishing) a magazine for iPad's Newsstand app?
"In general, I agree and my first reaction was against the concept. We actually just redesigned our alumni magazine's website and will be using feeds to push the magazine's content to our dedicated mobile site. However, I was wondering if…"
Jan 20, 2012

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University of Vermont
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http://www.linkedin.com/in/tatjanasalcedo
List three areas of expertise or specialization.
Mobile, Analytics, CSS
What CMS are you using?
homegrown
What department or office are you in?
University Communications
Primary Job Responsibility
Institutional web development project management
Number of students at your institution
13,391

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