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  • Presentations
    community s challenge now is to agree on best practices The WebLion Project Bringing Open Source to Educational Institutions Christian Vinten Johansen and Mike Halm show how success at Penn State University stems from growing its Plone community Empowering People Implementing a Campus wide Content Management System Kurt Bendl discusses how Plone has empowered people at the University of Lousiville with a campuswide roll out Enabling Plone with Windows Integration Products Enfold president Alan Runyan shows software that makes Plone work smoothly with an organization s existing skills and infrastructure Plone at TLC² and Taking It Easy with ZShells Josten Ma describes the Texas Learning and Computation Center s tool that allows quick installation and swapping of presentation templates or skins MetaNav Managing Audience based Navigation for Plone Cris Ewing shows University of Washington Radiology s product for user friendly navigation on complex sites Learning Web Content Management for Faculty Jordan Carswell shows how Enfold s version of Plone Enfold Server succeeded in empowering faculty and staff to publish their own instructional content at Houston Community College Growing a Large Collaborative Plone Site Cameron Cooper shows how Connexions encourages authors while managing the technical challenges of a growing content repository

    Original URL path: http://www.enfoldsystems.com/events/ploneability-higher-ed/presentations (2016-02-11)
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  • Attendee List
    Plone Bootcamps Michael Blandino LSU Honors College Jordan Carswell Houston Community College Cameron Cooper Connexions Edmund Danyal University of Texas at Austin German Diaz Rice University Ruben Duran Houston Community College Cris Ewing University of Washington Radiology Denis Galvin Rice Univeristy Mike Halm Penn State University Mark Henderson University of St Thomas Calvin Hendryx Parker Six Feet Up Inc Marilyn Howard Rice University Gordon Johnson Western Kentucky University Edison Juna University of Houston Jeff Koffler Rice University Fondren Library Josten Ma Texas Learning and Computation Center Mark McCann TAMU Geosciences Rosalinda Mendez Texas Learning and Computation Center Robert Nagle Mandy Nevin Rice University Darya Orlova University of Notre Dame Mali Ozbay Texas Learning Computation Center Chandresh Patel University of Houston David Ray Center for Open and Sustainable Learning Utah State University Toby Roberts Enfold Systems Inc Alan Runyan Enfold Systems James Sangster St Thomas University Austin Smith TLC2 UH Max Spiller eMax Computer Solutions Eric Steele Penn State University Dan Timmons University of Colorado at Boulder Carlos Tovar Vaughn Gross Center for Reading and Language Arts Christian Vinten Johansen Penn State University Natasha Wade Houston HOPE Blair Williamson Texas A M University College of Liberal Arts Chris Williamson Enfold Systems

    Original URL path: http://www.enfoldsystems.com/events/ploneability-higher-ed/attendees (2016-02-11)
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  • Evaluation Results
    12 2 76 13 Ploneability Higher Ed made me feel empowered to contribute to Plone 0 0 0 0 24 4 41 7 35 6 How would you rate Poor Fair Good Very Good Excellent The conference venue 0 0 6 1 18 3 29 5 47 8 Internet access at the venue 0 0 21 3 29 4 14 2 36 5 Food and drink 0 0 0 0 35 6 29 5 35 6 The registration process 0 0 0 0 41 7 12 2 47 8 Communications from the organizers e mail Web page etc 0 0 0 0 29 5 29 5 41 7 The overall agenda 0 0 0 0 18 3 68 11 5 15 2 5 Do you have any comments related to logistics or the agenda We re especially interested in things future organizers definitely should repeat or avoid Don t forget to publish the slides In the future will be cool include proceedings I would have benefitted from more instruction style presentations and smaller scale Plone use examples Too cold Planned discussion times The conference was very good Frequently it was hard to get everyone back to their seats How much did you know about Plone before attending Ploneability Higher Ed Very little or none 7 1 Have used Plone a bit 14 2 Use Plone regularly 14 2 Have built Plone sites 21 3 Have developed Plone products 43 6 Core Plone developer 0 0 Which of these follow up actions are you going to take as a result of Ploneability Higher Ed circle as many as apply Join or start a Plone user group 14 2 Seek Plone training opportunities 64 9 Begin contributing to Plone or an add on product 43 6 Implement Plone in my organization 21

    Original URL path: http://www.enfoldsystems.com/events/ploneability-higher-ed/evaluation (2016-02-11)
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  • Enfold Systems - Ploneability Higher Ed
    address of your friend and we will send an email that contains a link to this page Address info Send to Required The e mail address to send this link to From Required Your email address Comment A comment about this link Enter the word below Required Privacy Sitemap Contact Us Copyright 2016 Enfold Systems Inc The Plone Experts All rights reserved Services Our Approach Project Scoping Migrations Performance Search

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  • WPD Photos
    around the state Plone cofounder and Enfold president Alan Runyan spoke about trends in open source content management Runyan explains the role that Plone plays in the community TLC welcomes Enfold Systems and attendees to the World Plone day event Josten Ma explains the benefits of the Plone CMS in an education application Print this page Send this page Privacy Sitemap Contact Us Copyright 2016 Enfold Systems Inc The Plone

    Original URL path: http://www.enfoldsystems.com/events/wpd_2008/wpd-photos-1.html (2016-02-11)
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  • World Plone Day 2008 Agenda
    Welcome Meet Greet Continental Breakfast 10 30 10 40 Welcome Message Dr Johnsson Director of TLC 2 10 40 11 30 Introduction to Plone Alan Runyan Enfold Systems 11 45 12 15 Donald Sunderland Misys How Plone has benefited a Business organization 12 20 1 20 Lunch Mixer 1 30 2 00 Josten Ma Texas Learning Computation Center How Plone has benefited an Educational organization 2 00 3 00 Plone

    Original URL path: http://www.enfoldsystems.com/events/wpd_2008/WPD-2008_Agenda (2016-02-11)
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  • Enfold Systems - World Plone Day 2008
    email address of your friend and we will send an email that contains a link to this page Address info Send to Required The e mail address to send this link to From Required Your email address Comment A comment about this link Enter the word below Required Privacy Sitemap Contact Us Copyright 2016 Enfold Systems Inc The Plone Experts All rights reserved Services Our Approach Project Scoping Migrations Performance

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  • Enfold Systems, the Plone Experts
    Cookies are not enabled You must enable cookies before you can log in Enfold Systems Account Account details E mail Password Don t have an account Register now Forgot your password Send a new one Privacy Sitemap Contact Us Copyright 2016 Enfold Systems Inc The Plone Experts All rights reserved Services Our Approach Project Scoping Migrations Performance Search Engine DBITS Contract Solutions Decoupled Delivery Learning Web Sample Inventory Intranet Extranet

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