ITANA’s Constituent Group meeting was on Thursday at 4:55PM. Approximately 40 people attended the meeting. Many of the attendees were from newly formed architecture groups.
The notes from the meeting are posted on the ITANA.org web site: EDUCAUSE 2007 CG Meeting Notes
My slides are posted on the EDUCAUSE Annual Meeting Site: IT Architects Session
Karen Hanson (Assistant Registrar) and I ran a half-day workshop at the AACRAO Technology Conference on Identity and Access Management (IAM) and the Registrar’s role in IAM. We had a great time even though the session was Sunday at 8AM. The slides are here: AACRAO 2007 IDM Slides
We had a mix of people from central IT to Registrars in the audience. We had schools that had fairly mature IAM systems to some who were just starting. It was a fun time and there was good conversations.
Karen and I also had fun running around Minneapolis. We had great food at Zelo and Masa and listened to the Spaghetti Western String Company. We also saw the Picasso exhibit at the Walker Art Museum.
One of the better conferences trips that I’ve had in a while.
This is a 90 minute presentation on Service Oriented Architecture that I gave at the EDUCAUSE Seminars on Academic Computing in Snowmass Village, Colorado. This talk was given on August 9, 2006
The link below is to the PDF version of the talk.
EDUCAUSE SAC Presentation on Service Oriented Architecture (PDF)
The following is my presentation on Enterprise Workflow for the EDUCAUSE Advance CAMP on Enterprise Workflow. This presentation was given on June 29, 2006.
The PDF of my presentation is here: UW-Madison CAMP Workflow Presentation as a PDF
This panel session discussed Federated Identity Management and Sharing Resources. The slides are here as a PDF
I was the moderator for the session. The panelists were:
- Kevin Morooney, PSU, Senior Director, Academic Services
- Kenneth Forstmeier, PSU, Director Office of Research Information Systems
- Mike Grady, UIUC, Sr. Technology Architect & Strategist
- Phyllis Davidson, IU, Interim Assistant Dean for Digital and I.T. Services
Below are the highlights that I took away from the panel.
Presentation on Web2.0, Social Software and Folksonomies for the Common Solution Group in May 2006. Here is the link to the PowerPoint slides
The links that I used for the demo are below.
On Monday (April 3, 2006), I was at University of Minnesota presenting on four topics. Below are links to the slides as PDFs:
- UW-Madison’s SOA Migration Strategy – what is it and how do we get one
- Folksonomy and Web 2.0
- IT Architecture – What is it and why 3 isn’t enough
- Identity Management Nouns and Verbs
Note that the Folksonomy slides are from an Internet2 version of the talk and are more inclusive than the slides I used at U-Minn. Actually, I meant to grab these slides not the ones that I used. There are a list of links of the URLs that I used in the Folksonomy demo here:
Links I Use in My Folksonomy Demo