CSG Spring 2019 (UofNebraska,Lincoln)
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Brief TitleProposer(s)VolunteersExplanation/RationaleSession Type (D=Discussion, W=Workshop, E=Either)Workshop Votes
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The Immersive University
WEDNESDAY PM
Jennifer Sparrow (PSU)Chris Hoffman (UCB); Becky Joffrey (Cornell), Christopher Brooks (EDUCAUSE), Rich (Emory), Heath Tuttle (Nebraska)Virtual technologies are radically changing the academy. Learning, administration, research, libraries, and even fundraising are on the verge of being transformed by virtual technologies. There are implications for learning space design, open educational resources, and access for online students. In this workshop, we'll explore many aspects of this transformation including: preparing our faculty, learning from exemplars, technology adoption and support, and preparing our institutions for this change. We'll have some hands-on demonstrations available to all attendees, so we all can get a full understanding of the implications of this technology and its uses.WMadison, PSU, Nebraska, Berkeley, UMich, Rice, Penn, NYU, UVA, Emory, Columbia, ND, VT, UMN, Cornell15015157<-- Rank of Total Count
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Cloud, Containers, Networking, and Workload Mobility
WEDNESDAY AM
Scotty (Stanford)McCahill (Duke), Casey Nugent (Nebraska), Kemal Badur (UMN), Brian DeMeulle (UCSD), Michael Irwin (VT)Containers are closer to fulfilling the promise of "build once, run anywhere" than prior technologies, and cloud services (IaaS, PaaS, and Container/Kubernetes as a Service) provide flexible deployment options, but networking addressing, routing, and firewalling still cause problems with migrating workloads between on-prem and cloud, or cloud to cloud. How are IT organizations addressing - or thinking about addressing - these issues?WUCSD, Duke, Nebraska, Princeton, Stanford, USC, VT, UMich, Rice, Penn, Iowa, Madison, UWash, NYU, Colorado, Northwestern, Emory, Columbia, UMN, Georgetown, UChicago, Berkeley22022221
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Supporting multi-campus and/or international research collaborations (access and identity issues on our campuses and beyond)
THURSDAY AM
Sean Reynolds (Northwestern) bringing forward prior topic from Kevin MorooneyDavid Swanson or Brett Bieber (Nebraska), Bruce Vincent (Stanford), Kevin Morooney (Internet2)Supporting research within a single campus is challenging, coordinating support across multiple campuses presents additional challenges. What are strategies for supporting inter-institutional tools, managing access to data/workflows/instrumentation, resolving policy conflicts, etc. How do you discover and support that these collaborations on your campus? Are there particular disciplines that are targeted pre-award (or some other ordered workflow) or are we all playing post-award whack-a-mole?EDuke, Nebraska, Northwestern, UCSD, Rice, NYU, Stanford, UMich, UVA, ND, UWashPenn, Northwestern, UMich, Cornell, Columbia11511165
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Balancing Monitoring Needs and Privacy Concerns
FRIDAY AM
McCahill (Duke)Tatro (Princeton), Kemal Badur (UMN), KItty Bridges (NYU), Eric Boyd (Michigan)When does application, system, and network monitoring become too much and turn into pervasive surveillance? Inexpensive compute and storage have made large scale cross-correlation of user actions possible. How can we balance the operational and security needs for tracking with campus privacy concerns? How long should we retain network logs and application data such as leanring management system user clickstream data? Who should have access? Do users know enough for 'informed consent"?EDuke, PrincetonNebraska, USC, VT, Princeton, UMich, Rice, Penn, NYU, UMN, Stanford, UVA, ND, Cornell, Columbia21414165
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Strategic Network design
FRIDAY PM
Sarah (Cornell)Andrew Buker (Nebraska), David Galassi (USC, c/o Asbed), Andy Palms (MIchigan), Scott Ambrose (CMU), George Loftus (Internet2)as the technologies on our campuses continue to change, how do we design our networks to accomodate. The growing use of IOT devices, the ever growing demand for bandwidth for student use and big research, and the fact that universities are becoming more geographically distributed, with sites all over the country and world all result in the need for significant planning to ensure that we can accomodate all needs. This will be a discussion where schools share what gaps they see in their current network design and how they plan to remedy those in coming months/years.EUCSD, Princeton, VT, Penn, Colorado, USC, UVA, CornellDuke, PSU, Nebraska, Princeton, Rice, Iowa, Madison, Stanford, Northwestern, Georgetown81010184
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Building Adaptability in H.E.Jim PhelpsHigher education institutions face continuous change and digital transformation. As partners in change, how are IT organizations structuring themselves to excel at helping the campus change -- while balancing limited resources for operations and other need? Angles on this can include people, roles, skills, methods, partnerships, governance, etc.WUCSD, IowaMadison212310
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Project ManagementVince KellenVince Kellen (UCSD), Asbed (USC)What is the state of the state in IT (or other) project management? Where does a central PMO sit? Is project management centralized , decentralzied or federated? What are some promising directions in project managemnet? How easy or hard is it to hire and retain good PMs? What are the different kinds of analytics institutions use within project management?EUCSD, Iowa, Northwestern, Colorado, UWash, UVA, USC, ND, UChicago09999
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Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
THIURSDAY PM
Jennifer Sparrow (PSU)Charley Kneifel (Duke), Phoebe Johnson (UMN), Tom Lewis (UW), Vince Kellen (UCSD)Are you using AI bots/personal assistants? Are your data organized enough to leverage AI? Where do you see the potential? We'll use this discussion to explore successes our institutions have achieved; where potential partnerships exist, and how all of us should prepare for AI's continued growth.DMadisonPSU, UWash, VT, USC, Princeton, Duke, Rice, Iowa, UMich, NYU, Stanford, USC, UVA, Columbia, ND, Cornell, UMN, Georgetown, UChicago11919202
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Cloud and MoneyVince KellenVince Kellen (UCSD), Andrew Buker (Nebraska), Sarah Christen (Cornell), A common assumption is that cloud will be cheaper, BUT.... While cloud adoption is growing, we will be running into the next set of problems: are we spending too much? What is the level of cloud sprawl we have on campus in research or administration? Is cloud used in research exempt from overhead costs? What financial disincetives still exist that favor on-premise? Do we need standard future contracts at fixed prices? How much do we use on-demain, versus spot, versus reserved/committed? What should our distribution of use look like? Are we getting the best discounts tiehr directly or from resellers? How well do we catch runaway instances? Underutilization? What additional financial services do we think we need? What are institutions doing to make the analysis of spend easier?EIowa, Colorado, UMN, Stanford, UCSD, Emory, Cornell, Columbia, UWash, GeorgetownMadison, NYU, Nebraska, VT, UWash10510157
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Data GovernanceVanessa Roof (Nebraska)What are the necessary elements of data governance? What are the best practices and what elements are contained? Some ideas include: Data use, Data Access, Provisioning, Ethical use of data. What are common strategies to implement on campus including vetting, dissemination, and publication.000011
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Analog TransformationBruce Vincent (Stanford)I'm tired of all of this. Lets go back. Typewriters were so nice. Skill needed: Ribbon Changing.Brexit, FreeWine, USC, Fake, News, Shut, down, Georgia, Texas, Illinois, Maine, Puerto Rico, Maralago, Cuba, Mexico, Wall, Slats, Fencing, AntiVaxxer20020202
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