Public training courses from Oracle/Peoplesoft now allocate two students
for each computer (private training can be customized for extra $$). For
public training courses, this makes it extremely difficult for students
when a class is full. Only one student can be on-line for the entire
class (usually 5 days). The other has to look over someone's shoulder.
For those who invest substantial amounts of university IT resources on
Oracle/Peoplesoft, this is a concern that needs to be well communicated
Oracle/Peoplesoft has indicated they may be receptive to opinions on
their current public training practices. Any "weighing in" from this
community would be most appreciated.
Stephen Benedict Esq. C.P.M.
Director IT Strategic Sourcing
Information Resources and Communications
University of California Office of the President
1111 Franklin St. #7106
Oakland, CA 94607
(510) 987 0880
(510) 763 9047 (Fax)
(408) 888 7624 (Cell)
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