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1 UVic Central e-Infrastructure J. Morven Wilson Special Advisor on IT

2 2006 Jan 17Version 1.0: jmw/DRAFT2 UVic’s central e-Infrastructure Invisible to clients Visible to clients Productivity platforms: communication, collaboration, coordination Oracle Cal WebCT, WebBoard Office Tools Video Conf Desktop Apps ‘Phone services Some of their functional expectations of the UVic e-Infrastructure: eLearn, eTeach, eResearch Information access Collaboration tools Information presentation Information creation Information processing Training and support Some members of the UVic client community: Learners Prospective Learners Faculty instructors Researchers AdministratorsAlumni/ae External stakeholders expect Service and support platforms: Help Desk DCSTBanner Apps Web, Internet Systems / Operations User Services Enterprise Apps Hardware and OS platforms: Research Computing Facility Tivoli Backup Web servers Smart classrooms IBM mainframe Networks, wireless Banner servers PCs, Macs, etc Network Services Computer labs rely on eAdministration Suites UVIC Strategies drive from the top … UVic e-Infrastructure: client perspective

3 2006 Jan 17Version 1.0: jmw/DRAFT3 UVic’s central e-Infrastructure Invisible to clients Visible to clients Productivity platforms: communication, collaboration, coordination Oracle Cal WebCT, WebBoard Office Tools Video Conf Desktop Apps ‘Phone services Some of the service offerings of the UVic e-Infrastructure: eLearn, eTeach, eResearch Information access Collaboration tools Information presentation Information creation Information processing Training and support UVic e-Infrastructure: service perspective Some members of the UVic client community: Learners Prospective Learners Faculty instructors Researchers AdministratorsAlumni/ae External stakeholders Service and support platforms: Help Desk DCSTBanner Apps Web, Internet Systems / Operations User Services Enterprise Apps Hardware and OS platforms: Research Computing Facility Tivoli Backup Web servers Smart classrooms IBM mainframe Networks, wireless Banner servers PCs, Macs, etc Network Services Computer labs eAdministration Suites suppor ts Technology offers new capabilities and opportunities

4 2006 Jan 17Version 1.0: jmw/DRAFT4 Thank you. Questions?

5 2006 Jan 17Version 1.0: jmw/DRAFT5 The End

6 2006 Jan 17Version 1.0: jmw/DRAFT6 e-Learning –Distributed and distance learning –Collaborative learning –Blended learning –Life-long learning –Just-in-time learning Learning Styles –Inquiry-based learning, research-based learning –Problem-based learning –Experiential learning –Technology enhanced teaching Learning:

7 2006 Jan 17Version 1.0: jmw/DRAFT7 Microsoft –Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio –Project, FrontPage, Access Also: –WordPerfect –Dreamweaver –OrgPlus, MindManager Office Tools Examples:

8 2006 Jan 17Version 1.0: jmw/DRAFT8 Suite Examples: Microsoft –Live Meeting –Outlook/Exchange Oracle: –Collaboration Suite Novell : –Evolution (tbd)

9 2006 Jan 17Version 1.0: jmw/DRAFT9 Glossary [Click on text to show; click again to hide] CASS CNUG Computing and Systems Services –Computer Users Services – COUS –Network Services – NETS –Enterprise Applications – EA –Systems/Operations - COMP Campus Network Users Group –informal association of the systems administrators in faculties and administrative departments e-Infrastructure UVic’s e-Infrastructure is defined informally as: –the intellectual content, the facilities, the information services, the support services, and the technical systems provided in support of learning, teaching, research and administration by CASS, the Libraries, and the L&TC, plus –the similar content, facilities, services, support, and systems provided by individual Faculties and departments. It includes high performance computers, advanced research networks, visualization tools, data storage facilities, grid software, remote sensors, advanced collaboration facilities and support services.


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