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MyUCDavis Web Portal for Faculty and Students

MyUCDavis Web Portal for Faculty and Students

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MyUCDavis Web Portal for Faculty and Students

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  1. MyUCDavis Web Portal for Faculty and Students March 29, 2001 Joint Meeting Academic Computing Coordinating Council Administrative Computing Coordinating Council Lana Moffitt, Director UC Davis Information Resources

  2. What is MyUCDavis? • A portal that enables each visitor to personalize features to reflect his or her interests and needs, including course management tools for faculty, access to SISWeb and Degree Navigator for students, and web-based email for faculty and students. • A new way to find information at UC Davis. • A doorway to many UCD Davis-specific online services and information. Presentation to AC4 and AdC3

  3. General Services SISWEB Library My Campus Messages Web Search Word Tools Campus Calendars News and Weather Shop UCD MyUCDavis Features: • Personalized Services • Email • My Front Page • My Classes • My Bookmarks • My Planner • My Course Web Pages (for faculty) • Course Management (for faculty) Presentation to AC4 and AdC3

  4. What the students and faculty are saying about MyUCDavis: “MyUCDavis is excellent. It is a great tool where we only have to go to one web site to find everything we need. I hope we keep it for a long time.” “I like how you are working to help us as instructors communicate with our students. Thanks.” -pulled from ongoing MyUCDavis survey Presentation to AC4 and AdC3

  5. The MyUCDavis Pilot • An invitation for pilot participants was sent to the 400 members of the FIAT* email list • 60 faculty volunteered to participate along with their students • The pilot ran during the Fall and Winter Quarters *Forum on Instructional Applications of Technology is a list for discussions and announcements regarding the uses of technology for teaching at the University of California, Davis. Presentation to AC4 and AdC3

  6. 8613 Total Unique Users Shown Presentation to AC4 and AdC3

  7. MyUCDavis Survey: 408 responses • 73% will use MyUCDavis as their default browser page. • 79% find MyUCDavis to improve productivity as a student, faculty or staff member. • 78% believe MyUCDavis will help the campus attract prospective students. • 96% would recommend MyUCDavis to others. Presentation to AC4 and AdC3

  8. Course Management Software is gaining in popularity: • 51 faculty have created course web sites for 114 courses. • These 51 faculty have created over 1000 course documents using MyUCDavis Course Management. • There are an additional 139 links to existing course web sites included in MyUCDavis. Presentation to AC4 and AdC3

  9. MyUCDavis meets much of the criteria established by the UCD Policy and Procedure Manual Section 200-45 for Tier 1 administrative computing systems because it: • Crosses organizational boundaries; • Is critical to the ability to support the delivery of education; • Has strategic value to the campus such that encouragement of widespread use is desirable. Presentation to AC4 and AdC3

  10. MyUCDavis Annual Budget Presentation to AC4 and AdC3

  11. Examples of possible expansion projects: • Integrate Financial Aid disbursements via electronic funds transfer. • Grant information for principal investigators. • Grade book tool for course work.* • Self-test question module for quizzes and tests*. *As recommended by AC4 Subcommittee on Course Management Systems Presentation to AC4 and AdC3

  12. Recommendations “MyUCDavis should be deployed for students and faculty as soon as possible.” UC Davis Report of the E-Commerce Task Force, December 10, 1999 “Keep MyUCDavis—as a Tier 1 System.” Report of AC4 Subcommittee on Course Management Systems, March 2001 Presentation to AC4 and AdC3