European Journal of Higher Education IT – 2015-1

EUNIS Journal of Higher Education IT – EJHEIT

This 2015/1 Issue of Eunis Journal of Higher Education IT is the second issue that publishes full papers from the EUNIS congress.

ISSN 2409-1340

This second congress special Issue of the Eunis Journal of Higher Education IT focuses on papers coming from the management and cooperation tracks University Cooperation, University Management – Business Intelligence and IT-Management and the Chief Information Officer of the annual congress.

The tracks contained several good presentations and papers. The management aspects of IT at the University is something that has been a recurrent topic at congresses from the very beginning. In total 11 papers were presented within these tracks.

de Haan and Zomeren’s paper “Maximizing benefits of cloud computing by Collaboration”, available in the “CIO and IT Management” track section of this Issue, was awarded “Best Paper” by the Congress Organisers.

University Cooperation

PEPPI CONSORTIUM

Tuomas Orama, Mika LavikainenJaakko Rannila

University Management - BI

STUDENT – CLASS ASSIGNMENT OPTIMIZATION – USING SIMULATED ANNEALING

Krzysztof Ciebiera, Marcin Mucha

EDUCATIONAL DATA MINING: PRELIMINARY RESULTS AT UNIVERSITY OF PORTO

Pedro Strecht, João Moreira and Carlos Soares

I HAVE GIVEN A NAME TO MY PAIN, AND IT IS “ETL”

Bob Strunz

IT-Management and the CIO

ONE-STOP UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION: AN INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE FOR HIGER EDUCATION

Josef Kolbitsch

EVALUATION OF DIGITAL ASSESSMENT

Kurt Gammelgaard Nielsen, Lise Petersen, Birgitta Wallstedt, Poul Basse, Pernille Stenkil Hansen, Søren Steen Hansen and Dorthe Majlund Sørensen

THINGS TAKE TIME – ESTABLISHING USABILITY WORK IN A UNIVERSITY CONTEXT

Åsa Cajander, Gerolf Nauwerck and Thomas Lind

WINNER OF THE CONGRESS BEST PAPER AWARD

MAXIMIZING BENEFITS OF CLOUD COMPUTING BY COLLABORATION

Wouter de Haan and Bert van Zomeren

ADOPTING MICROSOFT LYNC AT UMEÅ UNIVERSITY – A MIGRATION FROM LEGACY PBX TO LYNC

Mattias Holmlund and Arne Vedefors

THE ID POINT SERVICE MODEL

Maria Kalske and Mika Kivilompolo

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – IN TRANSFORMATION: ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE IMPLICATIONS?

Noel Wilson

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