[Portfolio] Collections Tool in NYU Sakai OAE Instance
Ward, Lynn E.
leward at iupui.edu
Wed Feb 9 07:40:42 PST 2011
Makes perfect sense. In the portfolio world, one size rarely fits all.
Lynn Ward, Principal Systems Analyst, Academic and Faculty Services
University Information Technology Services <http://uits.iu.edu/>
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Information Technology and Communications Complex (IT 225D)
535 West Michigan Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202
Phone: 317-278-5713 E-mail: leward at iupui.edu
On 2/9/11 10:37 AM, "Lucile G Appert" <lucy.appert at nyu.edu> wrote:
>That was exactly my vision for this visual represenation schema! Users
>would have number of "nodes" they could pull into images of their choice
>and create their own visual space. I understand that this will not be
>terribly expensive, but beyond our budget now. We have always had the
>goal of at least offering multiple options for visual representation.
>I do want to emphasize that this is not the only possibility for OAE.
>Soon we'll have a screencast of a self-representational portfolio that
>we've created for our Wagner school just using templating native to OAE.
>We will also be integrating a commercially licensed portfolio tool used
>by NYU-AD and our career center. What we want to show is that portfolio
>can be a multifaceted functionality in OAE, tied together by the
>underlying Content store, Assessment service, Discussion service, etc..
>There is no need for there to be only one type of portfolio to which
>everyone must bend their needs.
>Does that make sense? So glad you like the concept!
>Lucy Appert, PhD
>Director of Educational Technology
>Liberal Studies Program
>New York University
>726 Broadway, Rm. 632
>New York, NY 10003
>lucy.appert at nyu.edu
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Ward, Lynn E." <leward at iupui.edu>
>Date: Wednesday, February 9, 2011 10:24 am
>Subject: Re: [Portfolio] Collections Tool in NYU Sakai OAE Instance
>To: Robert Squillace <rs84 at nyu.edu>, osp
><portfolio at collab.sakaiproject.org>
>Cc: Lucile Appert <lucy.appert at nyu.edu>, Jeff Pasch <jeffpasch at nyu.edu>
>> Very exciting work, Bob! Thanks for sharing. Wondering how easy it
>> be to change the visual metaphor of the floorplan to something else.
>> hope that I had for the OAE portfolio environment (inspired by NYU's
>> was the ability for end users to easily upload and use any digital
>> as the visual metaphor for a portfolio and then define hotspots that
>> expose functionality similar to that provided in your example. That
>> give institutions, programs, and individuals to the select metaphor
>> was best suited to their purpose. In the short term, I imagine making
>> changes of this sort would require a developer, but it would be great
>> we could put that sort of power in the hands of students, faculty, and
>> staff. Thoughts?
>> Lynn Ward, Principal Systems Analyst, Academic and Faculty Services
>> University Information Technology Services <
>> Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
>> Information Technology and Communications Complex (IT 225D)
>> 535 West Michigan Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202
>> Phone: 317-278-5713 E-mail: leward at iupui.edu
>> On 2/8/11 6:38 PM, "Robert Squillace" <rs84 at nyu.edu> wrote:
>> >Hi All,
>> >I want to share with everyone a demo that Lucy Appert and Jeff Pasch
>> >just posted of the Collections tool included in NYU's pilot of Sakai
>> >(Atlas NYU) and of the student portfolio groups in which we have
>> >it. We expect it to be ready for the community release in March.
>> >Here's the URL:
>> >Dr. Robert L Squillace
>> >Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs
>> >Liberal Studies Program
>> >New York University
>> >726 Broadway, 6th Floor
>> >New York, NY 10003-9580
>> >(212) 992-8735
>> >rs84 at nyu.edu
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