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Agenda

  1. Welcome and Introductions
     
  2. Notetaker volunteers?  Etherpad:  http://titanpad.com/tl-lenses
     
  3.  Today's topics:
    1.  Future direction for the Design Lenses working group

Meeting notes:

Attendance:

  • Lynn Ward, Indiana University
  • Josh Baron, Marist 
  • Debbie Runshe, IUPUI
  • Jon Hays, UCB
  • Janice Smith, Three Canoes
    Idea from David:
  • Hi Lynn, I can't make the call today, but thought I'd share the idea of using the Design Lenses as a scorecard for Sakai.
  • Each Lens/Facet could be scored for CLE and OAE with a rating on how well the item is addressed: High, Medium, Low, not available.
  • It would be interesting of folks perceptions.
  • And I might hope that across the two platforms that everything is touched at some level, and in some cases even High.
    Josh
  • work occurring on the steering committee and the OAE
  • lessons to learn about how groups outside the managed project can contribute
  • ultimately there is a challenge in the open-source world
  • we have an opportunity to debrief and look at lessons learned and suggest a more community driven approach
  • Self-organize like the TCC; how do we gain influence
  • If we could establish a process that was followed; as means to get foundation resources, you might need to meet certain requirements
    Lynn:
  • Mentioned the Kuali model
    Jon:
  • Aware that right now, the URG is engaged in design review of what will be developed thru June
  • Frustrated as a design review process as opposed to requirements gathering
  • Would like to look at the list of things for the future in OAE
  • Jon is engaging his local user groups, but woud like to engage a broader community
  • Design lenses is the marriage of an LMS and a social networking environment
    Josh:
  • We're a point where a conversation with some of the others on the project about the value they place on this type of feedback.
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