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Portal development inventory.

Questionnaire to help create a portal development strategy
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What is your definition of a portal?
Which audience will the portal serve?
What will be the main portal design planning process, what will be the major steps and how long will it take?
Is there any experience in your area where a portal has already been developed?
Have you done a business case and cost analysis?
What products or tools will you use to develop your portal?
What will be the major challenges you will have to face in your portal development?
What is your estimate of the portal cost?
How will you staff the project?
Do you have any of the planning documents completed?
What will you gain, and what will be the biggest value your institution will receive if a portal is developed?
Will your portal system include a content management system, and if so which product will it be?
How will security and sign on procedures be implemented for your portal?
How many active web programs do you already have in place that will work with your portal?
How will a portal change how your existing web site works, or the way you will design your web site, and how much of the existing web site will the portal replace?
Blackboard
Blackboard licenses a complete set of systems that support courses, content, community, campus life and commerce.

uPortal
uPortal
is a free, sharable portal under development by institutions of higher-education. This group sees an institutional portal as an abridged and customized version of the institutional Web presence... a "pocket-sized" version of the campus Web. Portal technology adds "customization" and "community" to the campus Web presence. Customization allows each user to define a unique and personal view of the campus Web. Community tools, such as chat, forums, survey, and so on, build relationships among campus constituencies.
 
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