UCEN - Flying A Studios

University Center

University of California Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
United States

Flying A Studios

Tuesday, July 19

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  • Beginner

    Just because you build it does not mean that they will come… a gentle reference to "Field of Dreams," but a reality. How you define, develop, deploy, organize, and communicate your IT offering (application, service, software) directly impacts your audience. 

    Silo Much?
    Most IT properties reflect the structure and focus of their parent organization. But if no one uses your product, or they can't find your product, or they're frustrated by your product… then you either have—

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  • Beginner

    In this session, you will learn how mobile app design can be strategically leveraged in innovative ways to make data collection easier and to increase participant engagement. This information includes insights on user-centered approaches for applying design thinking methodology and includes a discussion of design best practices. Case studies of research apps for special populations will be demonstrated.

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  • Intermediate

    There is only audio for this recording so, with permission from the presenter, we have provided the slide deck and any supplemental materials in the Session Files section below. - UCTech 2019 Planning Committee

    What if you could implement Shibboleth for your application as a plug-and-play, reducing the time and effort from months to days?

    The AJS DevOps team at UCOP created a Docker container for Shibboleth that is deployed on AWS as a front-end to our web—

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  • Beginner

    Whether designing an app interface or a business process, the same philosophical principles drive both Lean Six Sigma and lean software design and development. By combining the two and understanding that they are complementary and mutually reinforcing, we can leverage our product lifecycle to achieve both process improvement and core UX goals. In this talk, we’ll dive into each stage of the Lean Six Sigma methodology, and how it applies to UX design with real-world examples and—

Wednesday, July 20

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  • Beginner

    At the request of the presenter, the session recording will not be posted. Please reach out to the presenter with any questions. - UCTech 2019 Planning Committee

    Several teams at our campus are building a research data platform, called Information Commons. Along with software tools and data models this forms an infrastructure serving the campus research community with many different types of de-identified clinical data. Currently available/planned data are electronic health records, images, clinical notes, omics and—

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  • Beginner

    Learn how the UCLA Health IT, Office of Health Informatics and Analytics Data Governance team leveraged the data governance platform Collibra to customize a solution to streamline access to data.  We'll share how we've enable the health sciences community including researchers and analytics centers of excellence to identify the right clinical, operational, financial or genomic data they need in a catalog and route approvals to improve efficiency.  The presentation will include a demo of the solution.

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  • Securing Information, Assets and Systems
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    Beginner

    Concealing database credentials and rotating passwords is usually an exhaustive activity - for system administrators, database administrators, application developers, and security auditors.  Discover how your organization can save time by using AWS Secrets Manager.

    See how the AJS developers at UCOP created an AWS CloudFormation template to add a secret to the AWS Secrets Manager to both encrypt the credentials as well as rotating the password as often as required.  Watch and learn how we modified our Java—

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  • Beginner

    Cognitive diversity is the recognition that people differ in their perspectives and how they process information. A greater diversity of thought allows teams to tackle uncertain, complex situations with far greater success than less diverse teams. In fact, Harvard Business Review has identified cognitive diversity as a key predictor of team performance and success.

    This session will begin with a definition of cognitive diversity, with an emphasis on its value to the organization. Second, the session will—

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  • Beginner

    Standard ED5A of the Liaison Committee on Medical Education standards for accreditation of a medical school states that:

    ED5A. A medical education program must include instructional opportunities for active learning and independent study to foster the skills necessary for lifelong learning.

    At our medical school, we have incorporated instructional technology tools into the learning environment to enhance learner engagement and collaboration and to promote active learning. In this session we will:

    •    Provide participants with an—