I think it would be useful to include, if possible, some examples from
real life users who tell stories about how they used Educause resources
to solve a problem.
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Cynthia Golden wrote:
> Hi Patrick and all --
> I will make sure the program committee for EDUCAUSE 2009 gets this input
> -- thanks for raising the idea. If any of you have specific suggestions
> related to Patrick's idea, please send them to me and I will assemble
> them for the committee.
> Cynthia Golden
> Vice President, EDUCAUSE
> 1150 18th St. NW, Suite 1010 Washington, DC 20036
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: The EDUCAUSE CIO Constituent Group Listserv
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Patrick Masson
> Sent: Friday, April 03, 2009 11:42 AM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: [CIO] Educause Resourses
> OOPS - forgot to copy the Conference folks - please reply to all if
> you're interested...
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> Conference Planning Committee,
> I am constantly amazed by the breadth and depth of information available
> through the EDUCAUSE web site. Resources include traditional media such
> as ECAR studies, EQ articles, papers, presentations, podcasts and
> online/email discussions.
> Accessing these artifacts can be done through searching the site, the
> "affinity finder," blogs, the wiki, webcasts, tags, RSS, etc.
> Considering the variety of tools, the scope of resources, and the
> various ways folks can find, review and contribute information, do you
> think it might be possible to put together a session at the next
> National Conference on "Accessing EDUCAUSE Resources?" Perhaps your site
> administrator(s) could run through the various tools, how to access and
> use them, etc.? I think this would help to inform folks of not only what
> is available, but how they can contribute to the knowledge base.
> Just a suggestion from one person (but I cc'ed various constituent
> groups - maybe we'll hear an "second!")
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