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UBC SEEDS: Maximizing Student, Staff, and Faculty Synergies

Multiple stakeholder involvement is at the heart of SEEDS. In the initial project meetings, the SEEDS Manager works with staff and faculty to carefully clarify the desired outcomes, and to establish solid commitment among the participants. It is vital to ensure that the research or field of study that staff members require fit well with … Continue reading "UBC SEEDS: Maximizing Student, Staff, and Faculty Synergies"

April 16, 2007


Information system used to track key elements of research administration/funding-named eRSO

With a directive from the RSO management, the System was designed from the ground-up by completely involving the users as the experts in the workflow processes. Using iterative methods (DSDM as mentioned above) and with the assistance of a business analyst, each of the users mapped and modeled their workflow processes. This design process included … Continue reading "Information system used to track key elements of research administration/funding-named eRSO"

April 16, 2006


Careers Online: An Integrated Approach to Career Education and the Work Search Process

UBC Career Services, as the central campus career contact for employers and students, provided the catalyst for and vision behind the CareersOnline development project. This project could not have been possible without the collaboration and assistance of the UBC Office of Learning Technology, who provided advice on possible functionalities and training on the use of … Continue reading "Careers Online: An Integrated Approach to Career Education and the Work Search Process"

April 16, 2006


Dump and Run

continues to involve local community groups and assists with needed fundraising. Student leaders hope to possibly expand this operation to a fall session as well as involve more of the local municipal units. Dump and Run also partners with the Town of Wolfville and the local waste management authority, Valley Waste Resource … Continue reading "Dump and Run"

April 16, 2005


Reducing Custodial Costs through Sustainable Measures

Other than the approval and support of management, this project was conducted by the Custodial and Housekeeping department primarily to provide a healthier environment for all staff and learners, safer working conditions for our custodians and housekeepers and reduce the amount of chemicals that were being used that affect our environment. Today this system is … Continue reading "Reducing Custodial Costs through Sustainable Measures"

April 16, 2005


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