[jasig-ue] [jasig-winter-07-unconference-attendees] UCamp feedback
daphne at media.berkeley.edu
Mon Nov 26 18:09:04 UTC 2007
I'm interested in thinking about and working on this more. Did
anyone grab the sheets we were working with by chance?
I probably won't have many cycles until after the holidays but sign
me up after that.
On Nov 20, 2007, at 11:56 AM, Barbara Glover wrote:
> Hi Susan
> Yes I agree. We did a lot of great work on the LMS and portal
> integration. We have notes on our design ideas from the UCamp
> session. Does anyone who stayed for the rest of the week, know if
> any further work was done on this?
> Let's start seeing if we cannot continue this work? I'd be willing
> to set up a breeze or phone meetings so we can continue with the
> design work. Who else in the community is interested?
> On 15-Nov-07, at 7:21 AM, Susan Bramhall wrote:
>> I really enjoyed the UCamp even though I missed some of it. It
>> was very exciting to work with so many talented designers. I hope
>> the start we made on designing LMS and portal integration
>> experience continues. I think a big problem for Sakai uPortal
>> integration has been that we don't really know what users want.
>> How can this continue? I'd like to participate.
>> Barbara Glover wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> Thanks for attending our first JA-Sig UCamp yesterday at
>>> Rutgers. I was glad to see so many people attending and
>>> participating with questions and in the collaboration groups.
>>> UCamps are an evolving entity that should be meeting the
>>> participants' needs. In light of this, I'd like to get feedback
>>> on the JA-Sig Ucamp.
>>> - What did you like?
>>> - What worked for you and why?
>>> - What didn't work and why?
>>> - Suggestions for things you'd like to see at the next JA-Sig UCamp.
>>> - Topics ideas? - Format of the UCamp...preferred: talks, small
>>> group work, large group workshop, a mix?
>>> - Should the UCamp be a full day? Is a half day preferred?
>>> Just want to encourage you to share your thoughts. Thanks again
>>> for coming!
>>> On 9-Nov-07, at 10:01 PM, Eric Dalquist wrote:
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>>>> -Eric Dalquist
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