Unicon at Educause

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Sakai commercial affiliate Unicon will be hosting a series of presentations at its booth on the Educause show floor. These will be 20 minute briefings followed by 10 minutes of Q&A. There are several briefings that feature Sakai, including my own on Thursday. But you’ve seen enough of me and I’d encourage you to check out Duran Goodyear from the University of the Arts, Anthony Whyte from the Sakai Foundation and University of Michigan or Carroll Brown from Oracle.

You can read the full press release or take a look at the current schedule below. Be sure to check Unicon’s website for updates on the presentation schedule. Or just stop by their booth at the conference.

Tuesday, October 28, 2008
1.) “SAML, Shibboleth and Federations – A Trust and Attribute Layer for the Internet”, by Ken Klingensteen, Director of Middleware Initiative, Internet2
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
1.) “Adopting uPortal”, by Dan Biondi, Portal Administrator, Sacramento State University
2.) “Sakai Deployment”, by Duran Goodyear, Web Developer/Portal Administrator, University of the Arts
3.) “Updates on Sakai 2.6, Benefits & Advantages”, by Anthony Whyte, Senior Applications
Programmer/Analyst, University of Michigan
4.)  “Implementing Open Source uPortal at The University of Georgia”, by Sriman Ravi, Project Manager for the Student Portal, University of Georgia
5.) “Shibboleth Guided Tour”, by John Lewis, Chief Software Architect at Unicon
Thursday, October 30, 2008
1.) “Benefits and Strengths of CAS”, by Pat Berry, Web Application Development Coordinator, California State University Chico
2.) “Sakai Future Directions”, by Michael Korcuska, Executive Director for the Sakai Foundation
3.)  “Integrating Your Enterprise with uPortal”, by Jonathan Markow, Executive Director for JASIG
4.)  “SAIP, Integrating with Sakai”, by Carroll Brown, Director-Academic Enterprise Solutions for Oracle
5.) “Cisco Networking Academy: Adding Value Through Open Source”, Kyle Thornton, Senior Manager, Learning Systems Development, Cisco

One Response

  1. Nice article. Thanks. 🙂 Eugene

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