Presentation on theme: "One Portal to Open it All Matthew Vanden Boogart Amanda Mesirow Aggie Witowski Portal Conceptual Development Team Ellingsburg University."— Presentation transcript:
One Portal to Open it All Matthew Vanden Boogart Amanda Mesirow Aggie Witowski Portal Conceptual Development Team Ellingsburg University
Portal Proposal Overview So What? – Why a Portal? Commitment to Success – The People Behind the Scenes Taking Steps Towards Success A One Stop Shop – Identifying the Consumer Whats Inside – Organizing the Chaos Bringing it to the Consumers
So What? Millennial Students on Campus 1 Instant access to information and results Distance Learning Students Require Access to Student Services 2 Portals Put Responsibility on the Consumer Information at their finger tips when they want it More Colleges are Going to an Online Presence 3 Universities need to remain competitive to recruit and retain students Financial support exists to assist in portal development 4
Commitment to Success Aforementioned Committee Members Ourselves, Chair Director of Residence Life Rep. – Office of Communications President of Faculty Senate Additional Consumers/Committee Members President of Student Government Two Graduate Students Three to Five Undergraduate Students Students Leaders, Greek Community Members, Non-Involved Students, etc. Rep. – Student Life (Deans Office)
Taking Steps Towards Success 1.Identify Committee Members 2.Identify Portal Consumers 3.Identify Consumers Needs and Wants 4.Organize Portal Content 5.Develop Portal 6.Assess Usability 7.Revise Portal (repeat steps 6 & 7 till portal is complete) 8.Release Portal and Market
A One Stop Shop Students - On-Campus - Distance Learners Faculty Staff Future University Members
Whats Inside Single Login Customized Front Page AcademicLibrary Campus LifeEmployment Student Record Financial Resources Local Community Email Student Calendar
A Closer Look Inside Academics Colleges & Department Info Enrollment Course Management (e.g. Blackboard) Time Tables Course Evaluations Academic Calendar Library Catalog Check Outs Holds Course Reserves Database Links Hours & Locations
A Closer Look Inside (cont.) Campus Life EventsNews Student Org Listing Athletics Student Development Workshops Student Newspapers Employment Payroll Training Sessions HR Listings
A Closer Look Inside (cont.) Student Record Contact Info Grades Course Schedule DARS Request Transcript Record Holds Financial Apply/Accept Aid Tuition & Billing Scholarship Listing Financial Aid Office Info Bursars Office Info
A Closer Look Inside (cont.) Resources Counseling Career Services Advising Health Services Technology Alumni Info Directory Rec Services Academic Support Womens Center Disability Services
A Closer Look Inside (cont.) Local Community EventsEntertainmentNewsLocal Guide Community Service Info Access also to: University Web-based Email System Calendar / Planner Allows users to schedule meetings individually and with groups of users on campus.
Bringing it to the Consumers Usability Testing Students Faculty Staff Market Portal Poster Campaign Email from Dean of Students New Student Orientation
References 1.Lowery, J.; Student Affairs for a New Generation; New Directions for Student Services; no. 106; Summer 2004. 2.Hirt, J., et al.; Cyberservices: Whats Important and How Are We Doing?; NASPA Journal; 40(2); Winter 2003. 3.Carnevale, D.; Student Services Will Be Online Across the South; The Chronicle of Higher Education; April 28, 2000 4.Carnevale, D.; A new Web Site Helps Colleges Put Student Services Online; The Chronicle of Higher Education; January 12, 2001. Additional Resources My UW-Madison; University of Wisconsin – Madison; Retrieved 2.21.05; http://my.wisc.eduhttp://my.wisc.edu University Portal Student User Advisory Group Minutes; Kansas State University; 2004-2005
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