Speed Geeking on Rice Modules (Maybe 10 minutes each) - Matt, etc.
eDoc Lite overview/demo/discussion The Bridge From Paper to Application - Matt, Jeff
What is Rice, demystifying Rice, the value proposition - Jessica, Bill, Eric W.
Kuali Rice - A Roadmap; Contributions, value proposition - Jessica, ARC
Preconference getting started session/developer getting started - Claus, Erik M.
DocBook - Jessica, Matt
Testing Rice Apps Knowledge Cafe - Erik M., Martin
Projects and how they utilize Rice/KRAD - Student, MyPlan, Mobility, OLE - Matt work on seeing if those are happening
Open Source, Higher Ed and AWS: A Case Study in Synergy - Jeff/Farooq
Preconference on KIM w/KFS folks (Sarah), fairly technical one has been done in the past, and would be good to do again - takers?
KRAD ( likely not a comprehensive list)# KRAD Functional Overview/Intro to KRAD (UI) – Types of UI constructs you can build with KRAD (Candace, William)
MyPlan demo of UI created with KRAD (on 2.2 - & directions for future) - contact Darcy. Also possibly have KME demo Clearing House created with KRAD
KRAD Technical Overview (creating apps) - KRAD Team
KRAD/KNS comparison/contrast - KRAD Team
KRAD Testing - Selenium Page Objects, Component Test (Test Context, HtmlUnit), jsTestDriver, BrowserMob and so on - KRAD Team
KRAD Pre Conference workshop - KRAD Team
KD2011 Presentations Recap
Administering a Production Kuali Rice Infrastructure
Demystifying Kuali Rice
Kuali Days 2011 - Getting started with Rice
KRAD in Action!
Kuali Rice - A Roadmap
Modeling Business Processes in Kuali Enterprise Workflow
Organizing the Integration of Multiple Applications with a Stand-alone Rice Service
What's Coming in Rice 2.0
Information Sessions (45 minutes): Information sessions can be presented in a lecture, co-presentation or panel style. Experienced Kuali adopters present a topic and discuss issues such as support building, challenges, benefits, installation, training, etc. or a presenter lays out a challenge/problem and the audience shares in helping to solve the dilemma. Presenters should leave at least 15 minutes of the 60 minutes for a question and answer period.
Knowledge Café (45 minutes): The knowledge café begins with the participants seated in a circle of chairs. It is led by a facilitator, who begins by explaining the purpose of knowledge cafés and the role of conversation in business life. The facilitator then introduces the café topic and poses one or two key open-ended questions. For example, if the topic is knowledge sharing, the question for the group might be: "What are the barriers to knowledge sharing in an organisation, and how do you overcome them?" (From Wikipedia)
Speed Geeking (45 minutes): A large room is selected as the “speed geeking” venue. All the presenters are arranged in a large circle along the edge of the room. The remaining members of the audience stand at the center of the room. Ideally there are about 6-7 audience members for each presenter. One person acts as the facilitator. The facilitator rings a bell to start proceedings. Once proceedings start, the audience splits up into groups and each group goes to one of the presenters. Presenters have a short duration, usually 5 minutes, to give their presentation and answer questions. At the end of the five minutes, the facilitator rings a bell. At this point, each group moves over to the presenter to their right and the timer starts once more. The session ends when every group has attended all the presentations. (From Wikipedia)
Fishbowl (45 minutes): Four to five chairs are arranged in an inner circle. This is the fishbowl. The remaining chairs are arranged in concentric circles outside the fishbowl. A few participants are selected to fill the fishbowl, while the rest of the group sits on the chairs outside the fishbowl. In an open fishbowl, one chair is left empty. In a closed fishbowl, all chairs are filled. The moderator introduces the topic and the participants.