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Portal Partnership Links Windsor to International Online Solutions

Stakeholder involvement was an integral part of the planning and implementation of this large and complex project. In the fall of 2007 the project team consulted with deans and others in the eight Faculties and with four university-wide management groups (Administration Executive Group, President’s Executive Committee, Managers and Supervisors Group and the Senior Management Group). … Continue reading "Portal Partnership Links Windsor to International Online Solutions"

April 16, 2008

Online Budget (Template) System

The initial implementation of the OBTS was intended to provide a familiar interface to the budget – albeit through an online web-application. This implementation was guided by the input received from Portfolio Managers and Envelope Managers over two years of implementing the traditional budget process, Comments received through last year’s training sessions (i e, two … Continue reading "Online Budget (Template) System"

April 16, 2008

Computer Wellness Campaign

The Working Group on Information Security (WGIS) representing a broad cross-section of the University was instrumental in sponsoring and supporting the development of the computer wellness team. All members of the Computer Wellness sub-committee were active in participation and included expertise from Campus Community Police, ITS, Research Services, Internal Audit, Housing, University Student’s Council, Faculty … Continue reading "Computer Wellness Campaign"

April 16, 2007

The Paperless Office: Putting Students Online no In Line

While the technical development and implementation of SATS was accomplished by IT personnel, ail staff In the Office of the Registrar at U of T Mississauga played a major role in the project – presenting ideas, giving feedback, and helping to create the processes which would enhance student services. AH staff share a sense of … Continue reading "The Paperless Office: Putting Students Online no In Line"

April 16, 2007

Improve Service at Dal

The whole of Dalhousie was involved in this project in the following ways: – 3 committees with representation from across the university (Enrolment Steering Committee, – Policy/Process Team, Submission Review Team) played a role in implementing, managing and overseeing the initiative – every Vice-President and the President received a list of issues pertaining to his/her … Continue reading "Improve Service at Dal"

April 16, 2007

Improving service to students with special needs: A collaborative, pan-university initiative

Extensive stakeholder and community consultation occurred during the different phases of this project. Input was sought from students, staff and faculty as follows: – Individual student interviews and student focus groups; – Student testing of systems, communications, workflow; – Faculty focus groups; – Review by governance committees and other committees/departments at York (Senate Committee on … Continue reading "Improving service to students with special needs: A collaborative, pan-university initiative"

April 16, 2007

Online Orientation & Training Program for University Advancement

The production of the Online Orientation & Training Program for University Advancement was the result of a concerted effort, and the talent and creativity of a Task Force and Implementation Team comprised of staff in two units — DAUR (Development, Alumni & University Relations) and IMS (Instructional Multimedia Services), as well as a graduate student … Continue reading "Online Orientation & Training Program for University Advancement"

April 16, 2007

Health Sciences Simulation Lab and Hub of Excellence

Throughout the development and implementation of the Simulation Lab, and the definition of a Sim Lab-based curriculum, Algonquin has collaborated with local, national and international partners. Locally, representatives of the Ottawa Hospital, the University of Ottawa, community health care institutions and immediate stakeholders have had a hand in determining the kind of training the lab … Continue reading "Health Sciences Simulation Lab and Hub of Excellence"

April 16, 2007

ENCORE Co-op Portal at University of Toronto Scarborough

This was in every way a team project. Computing and Networking Services (Now Information and Instructional Technology Services) consulted on Co-op’s requirements and identified the development of an in-house Co-op system as a strategic priority. CNS brought forward the idea of the system for Co-op’s consideration and dedicated resources to the project. Co-op administrators were … Continue reading "ENCORE Co-op Portal at University of Toronto Scarborough"

April 16, 2007

Creating a Coaching Culture

The original pilot project was focused on 1-on-1 coaching and seen as so important by the stakeholders that it was sponsored by: the Association for Administrative and Professional Staff (AAPS); Human Resources; the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Medicine. In the first year a total of 76 clients participated, representing: AAPS members (75%), … Continue reading "Creating a Coaching Culture"

April 16, 2006

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