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CSG Workshops and Business Meeting Agenda

Duke University
27-29 April, 2016

Wednesday:  CSG Short Workshops
Ambassador Ballroom, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club
Floor plan

7:00‑9:00 Breakfast
Vista Restaurant, Center, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club 
9:00Welcome & Conference Introduction (Futhey)
Ambassador Ballroom, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club
9:05 CSG Short Workshop:  UX Design & Evidence-based Driven Solutions
Coordinators: Jenn Stringer (Berkeley), Tom Lewis (UW), Mairéad Martin (Tufts), Chris Riedel/Oren Sreebny (University of Chicago), Chris Holsman (University Wisconsin-Madison), Diane Butler (Rice), Mary McKee/Barbara Puccio (Duke)
Please see Addendum A for the detailed agenda.
10:45 Break
Rotunda, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club
12:30Adjourn

 
12:30‑1:30 Lunch
Vista Restaurant, Center, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club

 
1:30 CSG Short Workshop: Supporting Student Innovation
Coordinators: Charley Kneifel, Jenn Stringer, Jennifer Sparrow, Jim Choate
Please see Addendum B for the detailed agenda.
Ambassador Ballroom, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club
3:15
Break
Rotunda, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club
5:00 Adjourn

Wednesday: CSG Group Dinner
The Pit Durham, 321 W Geer St, Durham (919.282.DPIT)

5:15
5:45
6:00
7:00
8:30
First bus circulates between hotel and Fullsteam Brewery (next door to The Pit)
Last bus leaves hotel for The Pit
Cocktails
Dinner
Buses leave The Pit for hotel

Thursday:  CSG Short Workshop
Ambassador Ballroom, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club

7:00‑9:00 Breakfast
Vista Restaurant, Center, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club
8:00‑9:00
Steering Committee Breakfast
Duke University Room, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club
9:00 CSG Short Workshop:  Common higher-ed logical data models and/or APIs
Coordinators: Alan Crosswell, Satwinder Singh, Jim Behm, Sarah Christen, Ashish Pandit, Keith Hazelton, Dale Pike, Mojgan Amini, Robert Goodman, Jon Saperia, Mike Fary, Lec Maj, Greg Menzenski
Please see Addendum C for the detailed agenda.
Ambassador Ballroom, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club
10:45 Break
Rotunda, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club
12:30 Adjourn

 
12:30‑1:30 Lunch
Vista Restaurant, Center, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club

 
12:45‑1:30
Campus and Lemur Center Tours
Tour 1 departs  for the Duke Lemur Center.
Tour 2 departs for Duke West Campus and includes West Quad (Perkins Library), Duke Pond, and the Duke Chiller Plant.  Tour led by Rachel Kohli, Sr Project Manager, Duke Facilities Mgmt.
Both tours return to the Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club.
Tour sizes are limited -- please sign up with Dan at our registration desk.
Tour members may use the carry-out containers available in the restaurant.

Thursday:  CSG Business Meeting
Ambassador Ballroom, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club

1:45            I. Introductory Remarks (CSG Coordinator)
1:50
II. CSG Working Group Reports I (CSG Coordinator) [:05]
Vendor Validation {Ribbeck/Bucher) [:10]
DevOps  (Christen) [:10]
Threat Intelligence (Biever) [:10]

2:25III. Short Discussion 1: End to End Trust and Security Open Architecture for IOT
Coordinators: Florence Hudson and Scot Ransbottom
3:25
Break
Rotunda, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club
3:55
IV. CSG Working Group Reports II (CSG Coordinator)
Reference BI (Bucher for Lewis) [:10]
NIST 800 (Chapple)  [:10]
MFA Comodo (Jokl) [:10]
4:25
V. Timely Topics and Gossip (Vincent)
EDUCAUSE (Grajek) [:10]
Internet2 (Gift) [:10]
CNI (Lynch) [:10]
Microsoft Licensing (Chapple) [:10]
TIER Release Update (Morooney) [:10]
AWS BAA (Bedrossian, Jokl, Sreebny) [:10]

5:30 VI. Topic Selection for Next Meeting (Jelinkova)
5:45 Adjourn

Thursday: CSG Group Dinner
President's Terrace/Gallery and Presidential Ballroom 1, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club

6:00
7:00
Cocktails
Dinner

Friday: CSG Business Meeting
Ambassador Ballroom, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club

7:00‑9:00   Breakfast
Vista Restaurant, Center, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club
8:00‑9:00 
CIO Breakfast
Forest Room, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club
9:00 VII. Organizational Issues (CSG Coordinator)
  1. Steering/Membership Committee Issues (Vincent)
  2. CSG Secretariat Renewal (Vincent)
  3. Treasurer's Report (Fleagle)
  4. Logistics for Next Meeting (Antonelli)
  5. Venues and Dates for Future CSG Meetings (Antonelli)
    Please see /future.html
    for the current list.
9:15 VIII. Short Discussion 2:  DevOps / CI / CD - People and Culture
Coordinators:  Scotty Logan, Sharif Nijim, Sarah Christen
10:15Break
Rotunda, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club
10:45 IX. Short Discussion 3:   Strategies for conducting security risk assessments
Coordinators:  Barry Ribbeck, Aaron Bucher, Alan Crosswell
11:45 Adjourn

 
11:45 Lunch (box lunches available at 10:30)
Outside Ambassador Ballroom, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club


Addendum A:
Short Workshop:  User Experience / Design & Evidence-based Driven Solutions
Detailed Agenda

9:05‑9:20 Context and Overview: What is Design Thinking Jenn
9:20‑9:30 Group activity 10,000 socks All
9:30‑9:50 UCB
  • AIS Case Study - designing a space and collaborative service (non-online/not UI)
  • CalCentral Case Study - Online Student Portal
Jenn
9:50‑10:10 Duke Richard
10:10‑10:30 Rice
  • Web redesign
  • Usability testing on Canvas
Diane
10:30‑10:45 Break
10:45‑11:05 Chicago
  • UX for the entire community
    • Grouper
  • Teach UX and UD
    • UChicago App Challenge (phase 2)
Oren
11:05‑11:25 Tufts Mairéad
11:25‑11:45 Wisconsin Use cases
  • Campus portal redesign
  • Holistic student experience
    • Google approach
Chris
11:45‑12:05 UW Use Cases Definition and use cases
  • What not to do
  • Evolving design methods on campus
  • Design in day to day work
Tom
12:05‑12:30 Final Discussion and Q&A All


Addendum B: Short Workshop:  Supporting Student Innovation
Detailed Agenda

1:30 to 3:00 – Duke to present on the Innovation CoLab, our MakerSpaces, Student VMs, Smart House, and supporting services (Evan Levine, Michael Faber, Mark McCahill, John Board)
3:00 Break
3:30 to 3:45 – Jim Choate to present on Penn’s student run development environment
3:45 to 4:15 – Berkeley Updates – Larry Conrad, Jenn Stringer
4:15 to 5:00 – Panel Discussion/Q&A session with all presenters


Addendum C: Short Workshop:  Common higher-ed logical data models and/or APIs
Detailed Agenda

Introduction
- Conceptual Overview

Current practices: Data models
- People in general: Columbia People Data Canonical Model
- Students: Chicago Student Data Model
- Research & Scholarship: VIVO Ontology
- Standards and Tools
- Data Governance

Current Practices: APIs
- Yale developer portal
- Distributed API Governance
- Standards & Tools

Summary

What can we do in common?