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Academic Computing Support for Curriculum Reform Mr. Timothy Rapp Vice President for Information & Educational Technology & CIO 11 Jun 2010.

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1 Academic Computing Support for Curriculum Reform Mr. Timothy Rapp Vice President for Information & Educational Technology & CIO 11 Jun 2010

2 USU DL Road Map Blackboard Bandwidth Bound Multiple SIS Stressed Infrastructure Debilitated Smart Classrooms .Edu Upgrade  Sakai LMS  Sakai Portfolio  Registrar  100% Lecture Capture  Instructional Design Team(s)  Lecture Hall Upgrades  E*Value  Network upgrades  ITunes University We are here today… We are able to go here… If we invest in a scalable infrastructure  New Learning Management System meeting USU requirements  Open Courseware  Knowledge Vignettes  Self-paced education  Faculty/Student Portfolios  USU-wide Registrar  Significantly Improved Bandwidth 2

3 Academic Computing Landscape in AUG 2012 Sakai Learning Management System (funded) LMS for all medical school courses Test and Quiz platform Self-directed learning content/quizzes Host for USU developed Virtual Cases Grades/Test Scores SonicFoundry Lecture Capture System (funded) All lectures delivered in lecture halls available as streaming content or audio. Seminars can be captured and available Registrar (Kuali funded) Enrollments All programs on same platform USU ITunes University Copy-right free lectures E-Value (funded – not fully supported) Third and Fourth Year grades and evaluations Defense Connect Online Supports real-time meetings. Seminars and lecture broadcast over the Internet. Instructional Design Team (not fully funded – POM) Team able to support development of dynamic content developed during course re-design 3 Instructional Designers, Medical Graphics Artist, Web designer Third/Fourth Year Scheduling (in-house) System enabling faculty involvement in 4 th year scheduling and integration with Registrar for grades

4 Academic Computing Landscape in DEC 2012 Students Portfolio System Self-reflection Integrated grades Mentoring Tools E-Value Integration of E-Value information with Registrar and Student Portfolios USU ITunes University “I” Platform applications Registrar Tightly integrated with LMS Matriculation Graduation Auditing Business Intelligence Tool driven reporting

5 Academic Computing Challenges Student owned computers do not have wired or wireless access at MTFs Personally owned hand-helds not allowed on the network AHLTA access process for students must be coordinated across the MHS A “lockdown browser” environment is unlikely to exist by 2012 to support off-site testing. Testing centers will need to be used. Instructional Design Team too small to support widespread development of self- paced content..edu conversion for USU systems is required to leverage increased bandwidth necessary for wider access to content.

6 Single Sign On and Workflow Academic, Research and Administrative Computing Sakai(LMS/Portfolio) and Kuali (Registrar/Research/Workflow) Kuali Student Registrar Admissions Alumni Sakai LMS/CMS Intranet Sakai OSP Faculty and Student Portfolio USU Corporate Database (Oracle) BI Tools Kuali COEUS RICE CHE CHR STARS BIC Space AMCAS E*Value LRC Others ROOMS Charge Back

7 Academic & Research System Objective Capabilities Learning Management System - All current functions - Blogs/Wiki/Journal/Calendar Registrar - Admisisons - Matriculation - Enrollment - Online Grades - Graduation Audit - Transcripts - 3/4 th Year Management Portfolio -Faculty Profile - Faculty Appointment/Promotion - Student e-Portfolio - CE Tracking Research - Grants Submission - Grants evaluation - Evolve COEUS Core Requirements - Shared data across all applications - Workflow & Forms - Single Sign On - Intranet - Data mining Tools - Integrated with Oracle - Encompasses students, billeted faculty, staff, alumni and adjuncts - Integrated with LRC - E*Value Integration

8 Mar 10 Apr MayJul Jun NovSep AugDecOct Mar Feb Jan 11 Apr MayJul Jun Aug Jan Blackboard Continued Operations Passdown Migration to Sakai Migrate Spring Courses Data Migration and Implementation Migrate Fall Courses STARs/modification R1R1 R1R1 R2R2 R2R2 Kuali Workflow Kuali COEUS Kuali SIS Portfolio Development Consulting Portfolio DeploymentAssess Students Requirements E*Value Authentication and Authorization System T1T2T3 Registrar Decisions Portfolio Kuali/Registrar Education Deployment Time Line


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