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Monday, February 20 • 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Building an Ecosystem: Strategies for Managing Complex Web Environments

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Complex organizations build complex websites that include content management systems, APIs, vendor integrations, thousands of links, asset management, payment services, analytics and much more. Adding to the complexity, components are often managed by different groups. Join this session as we discuss strategies to building a common language for website management through the use of an ecosystem model. We will show you how utilizing the model ensures the development of your web presence is collaborative, takes parts in view of the whole, and enables dynamic connections between different parts of the ecosystem.

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Elizabeth German

Instructional Design and Web Projects Librarian, University Libraries
Elizabeth German is the Web Projects and Instructional Design Librarian at the University Libraries where she works to create high quality research and learning experiences for the Texas A&M community. Her areas of expertise and research include user experience, universal design, learning technologies, and project management.
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Douglas Hahn

IT Manager, Texas A&M University
Douglas Hahn is a IT Manager at Texas A&M University Libraries with over 20 years' experience in the computer information technology field. He received a Master's of Science degree from University of North Texas. His current interests are in the evolution of the web, and technologies impact on society.

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Monday February 20, 2017 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Wisteria

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