Plone Educational Symposium in Tokyo 2013 - Sustainable Web ecosystems for education
Feb 22, 2013
from 11:00 AM to 08:00 PM
|Where||Meisei University (Tokyo, Japan)|
|Contact Name||Shigeo Honda|
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Keynote : The anatomy of sustainable Web ecosystems
The Pennsylvania State University
In our current media-rich environment a Web site is more than a collection of relative html documents of text and images on a static desktop computer monitor. We now have an unlimited combination of screens, devices, platforms, browsers, locations, versions, users, and exabytes of data with which to interact. Our mediated atmosphere surrounds us all of the time, and in nearly every place. It is an ecosystem that is part human, part hardware, and part software. A unique condition is upon us. This talk focuses on the role of open source content management systems like Plone and how they fit into the anatomy of sustainable Web ecosystems.
Plone support project for local elementary and Junior high schools
Sugimoto Teruji, Torihara Masatoshi
We support local elementary and Junior high school websites as a part of public university activity. We also have a research program that connect the art class in local schools and develop student’s self-express and communication capabilities.
Deploy Plone4 site for official University site and Intranet
Nagai Takayuk, Sakamoto Mizuho, Isawa Makoto, Matsuba Ryuichi
We deployed Plone4 for both University internet and intranet site that have specific work flow, user management and contents management. We present process of installment so far.
Plone in Osaka University
Haruo Takemura, Yuichi Itoh
We installed many kind of web site on Plone both internet and various intranet sites. We took advantage of plone workflow system for managing contents update from various departments. In this sction We show detail of our plone sites management.
Plone4 support for bachelor classes
In Ochanomizu University, we installed university-wide Plone integrated authentication system and curriculum system in 2015. We present how we develop communication skill between teacher - students and students - students on this system.