Library - Room 1312

Davidson Library

UC Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
United States

Room 1312

Tuesday, July 19

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  • Intermediate

    After building a robust technology stack that includes a data lake and uses AWS to capture learning data from Canvas and campus partners, our university is now developing a custom platform for academic advisors to access and visualize student information. This project supports our ability to promote student success by identifying at-risk students earlier than has ever been possible. This presentation outlines our technical architecture, campus partnerships, and ongoing efforts to apply Canvas Data and other learning—

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  • Beginner

    Our IT workforce has increasingly diversified, in demographics as well as thought.  Therefore it is critical to adapt, ensuring that we create and foster inclusive environments, structured to maximize opportunities to share knowledge and collaborate.  Roles that were never previously categorized as IT, many of which live in Analytics departments or on Informatics teams, are now directly contributing more than ever to the larger IT strategy.  In order to allow these new players to breakdown silos and—

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  • Beginner

    SeedMeLab is a set of modular building blocks to create powerful data management and data sharing websites. It enables research teams to manage, share, search, visualize, and present their data in a web-based environment using an access-controlled, branded, and customizable website they own and control. It supports storing and viewing data in a familiar tree hierarchy, but also supports formatted annotations, lightweight visualizations, and threaded comments on any file/folder. SeedMeLab can be easily extended and customized to support metadata, job parameters, and—

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  • Beginner

    How do you effectively support a network of over 1,500 concurrent courses, whose online pages are collectively accessed over 2 million times each week? In supporting a customized, self-hosted learning management system, data and data visualizations are a foundational element of our decision-making. Take a look inside our tool kit and find out how we use different resources to help us monitor the pulse of our learning management system. Google Analytics, Splunk, Tableau, and other custom reporting and data visualization tools—

Wednesday, July 20

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  • Developing and Sustaining Health Technology
    Library - Room 1312

    Intermediate

    Look a technical into how Zoom is changing Healthcare by providing patients a user friendly tool that is secure but also open to innovative development. In this session we will speak to the ways that your department can incorporate Zoom into the patient experience as well as the lessons learned from UCSF's implementation of it. This session will also highlight our plans for Zoom in Healthcare and where we see this platform taking us. 

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  • Beginner

    This past year at UC Santa Cruz, we changed our development methodology from Waterfall to Agile. This presentation shares some observations, experiences, and lessons our web application development team learned within the first 6 months of switching.

    We'll discuss:

    • Why we switched to Agile.
    • How our new development team is structured.
    • Things we changed over the first 6 months.
    • Some of the lessons we learned.
    • Take-aways from the developer perspective.
    • And, in hindsight, whether we think it—

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  • Developing and Sustaining Health Technology
    Library - Room 1312

    Intermediate

    The Data Provisioning Core (DPC) exists to support the majority of health data analysis needs though the provisioning of well-characterized raw health-related data and derived conceptual information to data requestors. Fundamental to the mission of the DPC is 1) the development of best practices in clinical informatics to guide the acquisition, transmission, aggregation, sematic curation, characterization, protection, and delivery of health data, and 2) a paradigm shift in the relationship between core users of data and members—

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