Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going? - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going? PowerPoint presentation | free to download - id: 469a63-NWU4M



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going?

Description:

Title: Slide 1 Author: Sabrina DeTurk Last modified by: Sabrina DeTurk Created Date: 1/9/2005 11:47:18 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:95
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 12
Provided by: Sabrina96
Learn more at: http://www.lasalle.edu
Category:
Tags: come | going | mobile | security

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going?


1
Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we
going?
2
IT in Higher EdNOW
  • Syllabus2004 higher ed technology study
  • 52 colleges universities
  • Nationwide all sectors
  • Spring/summer 2004
  • Campus Computing Survey
  • 516 colleges universities
  • Nationwide all sectors
  • Summer/fall 2004

3
Syllabus2004 Study
  • 1. Course Management Systems / Open Source
  • 2. Network security / privacy
  • 3. Portal Technologies / eServices
  • 4. Mobile / Wireless / Broadband
  • 5. Budgeting / Infrastructure Replacement
  • 6. ePortfolios / Assessment
  • 7. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
  • 8. Cost of Content / Publishing

4
8. Cost of Content / Publishing
  • Digital content from commercial vendors theyre
    selling were not buying
  • Homegrown content faculty produced MERLOT MIT
    OpenCourseWare
  • Few supports
  • Even fewer standards

5
7. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
  • Banner, PeopleSoft, Datatel
  • Ease of use and ease of integration are major
    concerns
  • Need for buy-in from the top
  • One area that has seen some increased funding
    (CCS)
  • Getting ready for upgrades/replacements (CCS)

6
6. ePortfolios / Student Assessment
  • Still in early adopter phase
  • Concerns about protecting information
    maintaining over time
  • ½ using commercial systems ½ using OSPI
  • Open Source will play an increasingly important
    role (51.9 CCS)
  • 5-10 years for global faculty adoption 30 years
    to replace current grading/credit systems

7
5. Budgeting / Infrastructure Replacement
  • IT budgets saw slight improvements in past year
    (also supported in CCS)
  • Most bumps are for security, portals eServices,
    CMS systems, ERP, mobile/wireless
  • Schools with older, more stable systems looking
    at major upgrades/replacementsBanner 7?

8
4. Mobile / Wireless / Broadband Technologies
  • Majority of institutions either have, or have
    plans for, wireless networks (55.5 planning
    according to CCS)
  • Bandwidth not a major concern
  • P2P still an issue schools range from policing
    to educating
  • Still uncertain about future for tablets
    handheld computers

9
3. Portal Technologies / eServices
  • Single sign-on integration remain top concerns
  • Not a lot of knowledge about ROI
  • eCommerce eProcurement very popular
  • 37.1 report working campus portal up from
    28.4 in 2003 (CCS)
  • Portals eCommerce get low marks in
    infrastructure service (CCS)

10
2. Network Security / Privacy
  • Working at balance between openness and security
  • Human error as problematic as hackers
  • Security becoming a full-time job
  • Compliance a key issue
  • FERPA, Patriot Act not key (SEVIS?)
  • Importance of security differs by sector (CCS)

11
1. Course Management Systems / Open Source
  • 93 buy commercial CMS 30 of faculty use them
  • WebCT Blackboard get low marks on price,
    service, ease-of-use
  • Everyone looking to Sakai / OKI, but
  • How many will really be able to implement?
About PowerShow.com