Terris B. Wolff, Parrish Nnambi, Elizabeth Wagnon (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 36th Annual ACM SIGUCCS Conference on User Services 2008, Portland, OR, USA, October 19-22, 2008.
ACM 2008, ISBN 978-1-60558-074-6
36. SIGUCCS 2008:
Portland, OR, USA
: The horizon metatrends: after five years of the horizon project, the 30, 000 foot view.
Track A (Monday, 10:
Track B (Monday, 10:
, Lee Kozar
: Implementing a large-volume, scaleable backup system in a scientific research environment.
: PGP whole disk encryption: blazing trails in IT security at UW Medicine.
Track C (Monday, 10:
Track D (Monday, 10:
: Success and failure of audience response systems in the classroom.
Track A (Monday, 1:
Track B (Monday, 1:
: Kickin' it old school!: dealing with legacy applications.
Owen G. McGrath
: Insights and surprises from usage patterns: some benefits of data mining in academic online systems.
Track C (Monday, 1:
Heidi C. Wasem
: Rediscovering professional development: realizing your staff's unique potential.
: Rethink, restructure, redesign: new approaches to workshop content.
Track D (Monday, 1:
John V. Roberts
: Blazing a trail to find the right button, or, how to use a podium.
Track E (Monday, 1:
: The trail less traveled: making computing labs usable by removing barriers.
: The Proctoring Center: Software and Hardware Needs for the Disabled Student.
Track A (Monday, 3:
, Kristi Evans
: It seemed like a good idea at the time: what we have learned from implementing a student employee rewards system.
Track B (Monday, 3:
Track C (Monday, 3:
, Larry French
: Voice for all: adopting content management in frontline technical support.
: Defining learning management system skills for faculty: an instructional design workshop for faculty technology trainers.
Track D (Monday, 3:
Track E (Monday, 3:
: Developing a Content Management System for SIGUCCS.
Track A (Tuesday, 8:
: Strategic unification in IT functional reorganization.
Track B (Tuesday, 8:
Track C (Tuesday, 8:
Track D (Tuesday, 8:
: Blazing training trails with Wimba classroom to avoid travelling 'round the mountain.
Track A Panel (Tuesday, 10:
Track B (Tuesday, 10:
Track C (Tuesday, 10:
Track D (Tuesday, 10:
Track A (Tuesday, 3:
: ITS and faculty recruiting, a strategic view.
: Homegrown web applications that organize, optimize and energize.
Track B (Tuesday, 3:
, Shigeto Okabe
, Takashi Yamanoue
, Atsushi Nakamura
, Michio Nakanishi
, Shozo Fukada
, Takahiro Tagawa
, Tatsumi Takeo
, Ikuya Murata
, Tetsutaro Uehara
, Tsuneo Yamada
: Improving computer ethics video clips for higher education.
Kathleen S. Gregory
: Tune up! tips & tricks for your audience to get the most from your presentation.
Track C (Tuesday, 3:
: When blazing a trail leads over the mountainside cliff: lessons learned from our first rapid deployment.
Track D (Tuesday, 3:
Karl J. Kuehn
: Considerations in a dual boot strategy: a paper and technical presentation for the ACM SIGUCCS 2008 fall conference.
Track B (Wednesday, 8:
: Using a training survey to move mountains and blaze trails.
Track C (Wednesday, 8:
Chris M. O'Donnell
: Using BitTorrent to distribute virtual machine images for classes.
Track D (Wednesday, 8:
: Permeating innovative technologies throughout the institution.
Bryan N. Alexander
: Emergent technologies for teaching and learning: social media and ubiquitous computing.
: Bonus material: student commentary on multimedia assignments.
Schelly B. Homan
: Designing, deploying, demystifying electronic class/instructor evaluations.
Gale D. Fritsche
: Managing a growing high performance infrastructure on a fixed budget.