Emerging Technology & IL Teaching Workshop, part 2

This was the second day’s talk – about project management without the time and institutional resources to do it full-time.

These slides are more text-heavy than my usual, mostly because the talk was less conceptual than my usual, but I’m still not sure how understandable they are to anyone who wasn’t there.

Supplementary stuff, sources and For Further Reading notes after the slides…

For Further Reading…

An idiosyncratic list of Useful Things

The articles from A List Apart, particularly those found in the Project Management and Workflow, and Usability topic sections.

Project Management for the Accidental Project Manager
Gary Chin, XO Consulting & Training

The Perfect is the Enemy of the Good
Leslie Wolf, June 2, 2010 (California Digital Library)

Project/ goal definition

Why Project Management Matters
EDUCAUSE

Deb Gilchrist model for developing learning outcomes
Seattle Central Community College workshop

Listening to the users

Bubbl.us

Card sorting: A definitive guide
Boxes and Arrows

User Interviews
Learn by Asking (Aaron Schmidt)

User and Task Analysis for Interface Design
Hackos & Redish (1998)

Task Analysis
(Usability Net)

Paper prototyping
Shawn Medero, 1/23/2007 (A List Apart)

10 Effective Video Examples of Paper Prototyping
6/24/2010 (speckyboy Design Magazine)

Chalkmark
Software option for feedback on prototypes

Planning & Analysis

Working with project constraints: The project management triangle
Joe Taylor, December 2009 (Bright Hub)

Minimise your project management documentation
David Carr (projectsmart.co.uk)

Quick, agile, less is more and 2.0

Amanda Etches-Johnson
Presentation given at Internet Librarian 2008
The One-Person Project Management Team

Leisa Reichelt (coined the term social project management)
Presentation, Enterprise 2.0
Social Project Management

Larry Dignan, February 2009 (ZDnet)
Welcome to Project Management 2.0

Introducing Edupunk
Leslie Madsen Brooks (BlogHer)

Overviews
Project Management. Part 1, What is Project Management (Craig Brown)

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