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Screen2Screen gatherings are designed to provide an additional level of interaction and collaboration over our usual conference calls. Adobe Connect provides a browser based collaboration space including a Notes panel for live meeting minutes, a shared whiteboard, desktop sharing and shared presentations. There is a chat room for capturing questions and/or sidebar discussions.


The vision for the Screen2Screen gatherings is that the time would be divided roughly in half. The first portion would be a presentation or panel presentation on a topic. The second half would be a working session to determine next steps and to push those steps forward. The plan is that the shared presentation, desktop and/or shared white board would be used to present on a topic and build an agenda for the discussion. The notes panel would be used to capture the discussion and provide live minutes. The chat panel would be used to capture parking lot questions and questions from those not on the phone bridge. We will use the phone bridge for the audio instead of the web based audio in Adobe Connect.

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Screen2Screen:  ITANA and CIO CG Joint Screen2Screen:  EA - Shining a Light on IT Spend, March 15, 2013

Joint ITANA and CIO CG ScreenScreen:  Enterprise Architecture - Shining a Light on IT Spend, March 15, 2013 2:00PM to 3:00PM EDT (GMT -4)

Three case studies and a panel discussion will highlight how Enterprise Architecture (EA) helps IT leadership shine a light on IT spend for their business partners on campus.   At UBC, EA blueprint activities help the business side of the enterprise recognize redundancies in the IT portfolio and help them link acquisitions to campus strategy. UMUC is using Capability Mapping to plan and manage expenditures and to help business partners to invest strategically.  UW-Madison has an Architecture Review Board that bring the business side into the discussion and educates them on the complexities of IT projects, IT landscape and IT strategic planning.  

Join us for three case studies and a panel discussion.  Presenting the case studies are:

  • Paul Hobson, Director of Enterprise Architecture, University of British Columbia
  • Jim Phelps, Enterprise Architect, University of Wisconsin - Madison and
  • Richmond Stevenson, Assistant Vice President for Enterprise Architecture and Strategy, University of Maryland University College

This event will be co-hosted by:

  • Jim Phelps, Chair of ITANA
  • Theresa Rowe, CIO, Oakland University and Chair of EDUCAUSE CIO Constituent Group
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Adobe Connect Recording of the Event

http://wisc.adobeconnect.com/p70f6f4l8n6/

Presentations:

Jim Phelps - Advising Architecture Review Board at UW-Madison (PDF)

Rich Stevenson - Capability Mapping at UMUC (PDF)

Paul Hobson - Application Portofolio Management at UBC (PDF)


Screen2Screen: Implementing Box.com, 2PM EST, Jan 30, 2013

ITANA Screen2Screen: Implementing Box.com – 2 Case Studies. Wednesday, Jan 30, at 2 pm EST (GMT -5)

Ohio State University and University of Michigan will give a short presentations describing their implementations of Box.com. Andrew Keating from Internet2′s Net+ Services will be on the call as well. The short presentations will be followed by Q&A.

Presenting and answering questions:

  • Shlomo Balass - Services Development Manager, Computing Services at Carnegie Mellon University
  • Glenn E. Donaldson - Senior Application Architect, OCIO Enterprise Applications/Architecture at The Ohio State University
  • Andrew Keating - Program Manager for NET+ services at Internet2
  • Kris Steinhoff - Tech lead for the University of Michigan's Box implementation
  • Bill Wrobleski - Director, Infrastructure Projects. Project Owner of Michigan's M+Box and M+Google projects.

Questions are being gathered prior to the event though we will take questions during the call too.  The list of questions that have been submitted are here:

Box.com Screen2Screen Questions

We will use the ITANA Adobe Connect session for the Screen2Screen.

To Join The Screen2Screen:


Screen2Screen: Laura Patterson, CIO - U Michigan on NextGen Michigan September, 13, 2013

Topic: Culture Change and Communication and the Role of EA in the NextGen Michigan effort

Laura Patterson, CIO of University of Michigan

See the detailed notes and download the slide deck: Screen2Screen with Laura Patterson, Michigan CIO, 9-13-2012


Screen2Screen Event, November 12, 2009

Topic: Business Process Management Screen2Screen Session

Richard Watson, Burton Group

Download the slide deck

View the archived Screen2Screen (uses Adobe Connect)


Screen2Screen Event, October 1, 2009

Topic: Kuali Workflow Screen2Screen Session

Eric Westfall, Indiana University/Kuali Rice Project Manager and Lead Architect

Download the slide deck.

View the archived Screen2Screen (uses Adobe Connect)


Screen2Screen Event. May 28, 2009

Topic: Kuali on Campus Screen2Screen Session

David Walker, IT Architect, University of California, Davis
Eric Westfall, Indiana University, Kuali Rice Project Manager and Lead Architect
Curtis Bray, Middleware Architect, IET Application Development, UC Davis

Download the slide decks: Kuali RICE (Eric Westfall); Kuali at UC-Davis (David Walker and Curtis Bray)

View the archived Screen2Screen (uses Adobe Connect)

  • Over the past few years, the Kuali Foundation has become a major force in the creation of community source administrative software for use in higher education. Work is in progress on a growing list of applications, including Kuali Financial System, Kuali Student, and Kuali Coeus (research administration). These applications are being designed to utilize a common middleware layer, Kuali Rice, which provides a service bus, workflow, access to identity management, notification, and presentation services. This session will provide a brief introduction to Kuali Rice, followed by a discussion of the issues surrounding the use of Rice as an enterprise middleware infrastructure, supporting applications beyond those developed by the Kuali Foundation.
  • Working group time to push the topic forward and define future activities (if any) that ITANA should take on.

Screen2Screen Event. April 16, 2009

Topic: Enterprise Authorization, Marina Arseniev

Download the slide deck

View the archived Screen2Screen (uses Adobe Connect)

Go to the Screen2Screen - Enterprise Authorization page.

Truly enterprise-wide authorization solutions present challenges from the technology perspective and even more challenges from the business and cultural requirements perspective. Questions about scope, granularity, roles, delegation, and data integration with vendor and other software continue to be posed in many institutions where authorization solutions have difficulty meeting campus needs. Specific common problems and case studies, such as campus-wide access audits, are the focus of this session. We will share real-world experiences, identify common requirements and discuss solutions (successful or possibly not) to better understand common challenges.

This session will discuss why enterprise authorization is so elusive for so many of our institutions; it will be a forum to share successes and failures. The goal is to define what specific actionable steps or decisions architects across our campuses might be able to make that bring vision and clarity back to their organizations.

Date: April 16th
Time: 1:30-3:00PM EDT

How to join: information on joining the Screen2Screen will be sent to the ITANA listserv.

Please Join the Educause CG to take part in the email discussions and to get the news and hear about upcoming events.

Future Topic Brainstorming and Catch All section:

RO and Arch Screen2Screen Topics

From the AACRAO Tech Session:

  • How do we prioritze projects/tasks? Who's accountable? Will an architect be effective enough to help us answer these questions?
  • Selling the concept and value and roles.
  • Role of architecture versus project manager.. What's the difference?
  • How do you sell the role on campus? How do you split the tasks out if the architect is also the systems person? How do you split their time out?
  • Closing the gaps. Difference between systems and developers. Can you ensure that they won't fight in front of us?
  • Gaining trust and authority of admin for the role of the architect?

From the ITANA Call:

  • Case Study - UW Madison's Course Guide
  • Case Study - Penn State's Student Lifecycle Work
  • Case Study - U Chicago
  • Student Lifecycle Management - what are you doing to think about it and plan holistically
  • Accounts for loosely affiliated people (Parents, Spouses, Embassies, Foreign Governments)
  • Identity and Access Management
  • What are the RO issues On-boarding Processes
  • What's the difference between Business Analysts and Architects? How do they work together?