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SLIS Students Showcase Projects at IT Fair

SLIS Student Projects

Three teams of SLIS students have been selected to present their term projects at the "Making IT Happen" student showcase on February 18, 2004. The students will present their projects in the Hoosier room of the IMU between 12:30-2:30pm.

UITS Vice Presidents will will emcee an award ceremony at 12:00.

Internal Medicine Associates Website Redesign Project
Margaret Swan, Michelle Cooper, Kevin Mauer, Anna Kaziunas

Created in: L577: Design of Information Systems
Faculty sponsor: Dr. Howard Rosenbaum

We carried out a three stage analysis of the IMA website and a website redesign, working with IMA's technical team. After a hardware-software analysis, a sociotechnical analysis of the site, and an information architecture analysis, we developed a high level redesign of the site. The goal was to deliver a redesign they could implement given their current budgetary and human resource constraints. The full report is available (as a link to the prototype pages) at: http://ella.slis.indiana.edu/g/L577ima/home.html

TIS Books Website Redesign Project
Michael McCown, Marybeth Gaudet, Jarvis Ka, Shannon Gregory, Renee LeBeau

Created in: L577: Design of Information Systems
Faculty sponsor: Dr. Howard Rosenbaum

We carried out a three stage analysis of the TIS Books website and a website redesign, working with TIS' technical team. After a hardware-software analysis, a sociotechnical analysis of the site, and an information architecture analysis, we developed a high level redesign of the site. The goal was to deliver a redesign they could implement given their current budgetary and human resource constraints. The full report is available (as a link to the prototype pages) at: http://ella.slis.indiana.edu/~pmccown/L577/index.html

Code Library for Large Scale Network Analysis
Shashikant Penumarthy and Ketan Mane

Created in: L597: Structural Data Mining and Modeling
Faculty sponsor: Dr. Katy Brner

We present a system for large scale network analysis. It consists of a code library and the associated Web-interface. The code library is programmed in Java with Perl-CGI for the front-end. The underlying classes and methods are written in a manner so as to facilitate easy extension of the library. Users upload a network in one of the specified format, the network is analyzed and the user recieves an email with a pointer to the results when the analysis is completed.

See Related SLIS News story:
Making IT Happen! Feb. 18
http://www.slis.indiana.edu/news/story.php?story_id=777

Posted February 16, 2004