I was on a panel with Jennifer Sparrow (Penn State), David Weil (Ithaca College) and the EDUCAUSE staff to discuss the Digital Transformation (Dx as they call it). You can see the slides, read the transcript and (EDUCAUSE members) can watch the webinar at the EDUCAUSE E!Live site: EDUCAUSE Live! Webinar Digital Transformation in Higher … Continue reading E!Live Webinar on Digital Transformation
I presented at EDUCAUSE Annual 2018 on the Future of Higher Education in the US. The presentation talks about four big drivers: Shifting Skills, the Digital Transformation, Income and Employment Challenges in the American family and the Higher Education Financial Crisis. For each of these drivers, I suggest a set of responses. I then paint … Continue reading Future of Higher Education – Our Response to Disruption – Presentation at EDUCAUSE Annual 2018
My presentation on SOA in the Enterprise – Maturity is Key has been posted in a couple of places. First, on the EDUCAUSE site is the talk listing: EDUCAUSE – Enterprise 2009 Site Slides can be found at Slideshare.net: Soa Maturity is the Keyhttp://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=soamaturity2-090506093907-phpapp02&rel=0&stripped_title=soa-maturity-is-the-key View more presentations from jimphelps.
I was chatting with a colleague about the new EDUCAUSE slogan, “Uncommon Thinking for the Common Good” when I realized that the saying encapsulates one way to think of my work as an I.T. Architect. “Uncommon Thinking for the Common Good” is what I try to foster in the teams that I work with. … Continue reading Uncommon Thinking…
Merri Beth Lavagnino – Privacy and Policy Policy and privacy are really consideration of the human aspects and impacts of technology. Policies are: strategic direction and operating philosophy (which are usually informal and cultural), Public and Institutional policies (these are both documented and usually legal documents). Institutional policy – a statement that reflect the philosophies … Continue reading Advanced CAMP – Part 3
I have been talking with peers, pushing ideas around and working with various groups for a while and it seems that the work is finally paying off. ITANA.ORG (http://www.itana.org) is a peer group for I.T. Architects in Academia. We will share ideas, tricks and tools; work on common deliverables and working group projects; spread the … Continue reading ITANA.ORG – I.T. Architects iN Academia takes off
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)