Author Archives: Stephen Landry

About Stephen Landry

Stephen Landry, Ph.D., is the Chief Information Officer (CIO) at Seton Hall University. You can follow him on Twitter at: @landryst (https://twitter.com/landryst) His LinkedIn profile can be found at: www.linkedin.com/in/landryst/ and his EDUCAUSE profile can be found at: http://www.educause.edu/members/stephen-g-landry

Sungard Summit 2011 – My Highlights from Day #3

I found three of Tuesday’s sessions particularly informative and valuable.  These were: Creating Campus Communities for Student Success:  The Tuesday opening plenary was given by John Gardner, a pioneer in developing the “First Year Experience” aimed at increasing student success … Continue reading

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Sungard Publishes the Banner 9 FAQ

You can find the Banner 9 FAQ on the Banner Commons at: http://www.edu1world.org/CommonsBanner/wiki/document/4465#5010 The FAQ was recently updated with screenshots of Banner 9 along with several use cases and “job aids” to testers / users navigate Banner 9. Steve Landry

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SGHE’s Banner Student / Banner 9 Roadmap

Last week at Sungard Higher Education Summit 2011 the SHU team learned that the Banner Evolution / Banner Horizon was being re-named Banner 9.  At the same time we learned that rather than just a technical upgrade, Banner 9 was … Continue reading

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Highlights from Sungard Summit Day #2

Day #2 of Sungard Summit 2011 had a nearly overwhelming number of tracks.  I often felt it was an embarrassment of riches; in many periods there were several sessions I would have liked to attend.  However, this also presents an … Continue reading

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PowerPoint Slides from Anya Kamenetz’s Monday plenary session “DIY U”

Here’s a link to the PowerPoint for Anya Kamenetz’s very interesting talk “DIY U”. http://www.slideshare.net/Anyaanya/diy-u-sungard There are some interesting resources there on open content / open textbook initiatives and using social media to build learning communities.

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An Interesting PowerPoint Slide …

From Sungard Summit 2011 I know I wasn’t the only one who had a brief moment of panic when I first saw the phrase … “Banner 9”.

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Re: Virtual Summit: Luminis 5 from the Ground UP

We’ve all been to workshops, conferences, or training where there’s been a technical glitch, or where the presentation isn’t at the right level or doesn’t cover the material we expected.  I’ve been to some great sessions here at Summit 2011, … Continue reading

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Some Highlights of Sungard Summit Day 1

I just wanted to post some very brief observations and highlights from Day 1 here at Sungard Summit 2011.  Many of us participating in Summit 2011 attended different sessions, and those that view the same sessions as I did might … Continue reading

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First Piece of Info from NO

I shared a cab last night from the airport with Lori, a financial aid consultant from the midwest.  The campus she’s working with has been on Banner 8 for about a year.  She says we’re really going to like Banner … Continue reading

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Some Things for Us to Find Out at Sungard Summit 2011

As we discussed in our meetings for attendees, Sungard Summit provides us with a tremendous professional development opportunity.  The significant participation of Seton Hall University in the “on ground” and virtual summits provide us with an opportunity to learn a … Continue reading

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