[hcs-d] Thoughts on iSites?

Alex Leigh leigh at hcs.harvard.edu
Sun May 9 23:56:52 EDT 2010

On a related topic: you may be aware of this already, but the team
behind iSites is introducing a service that hosts and maintains house
websites using the iSites platform. They've been seeking interest from
houses who would like to switch from their self-designed and
self-hosted websites to a complete iSites-based solution, and I know
of at least one house who will likely make the switch.


On Sun, May 9, 2010 at 5:17 PM, David Kosslyn <dkosslyn at fas.harvard.edu> wrote:
> Greetings fellow computery people,
> For those of you who may not know, the iCommons group here at Harvard runs iSites, the course website platform. There is a committee reviewing the work the iCommons group has done, is doing, and will be doing for the next 5 years. Through a strange quirk of fate, I am going before the committee on Tuesday as the only representative from the College, to talk about how Harvard College students use the platform, and what we think of it. I have a strong opinion on this, but it's only my opinion. Given I'm supposed to represent the College, not just my own views, I was hoping I could get your thoughts on iSites and where it should be going.
> If you're willing, please email me any thoughts, or fill out this survey: https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dHhRWFFINnN4SkRVNzNuWF9oSk5SSWc6MQ. If you're passionate about this topic, please feel free to send the survey around your house list.
> Thanks for the help, and looking forward to hearing and sharing what you think.
> Best,
> David
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