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Examples of search, browsing, look&feel on existing educational portals

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Examples of search, browsing, look&feel on existing educational portals
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Look and feel - group and forum
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This is a repost of a relevant message from Stephen Carpenter on 2/28. Please, do post all materials to forums to allow compact presentation and archiving
 
 
From: "Carpenter, Stephen" <bscarpenter@tamu.edu>
Subject: Re: Look and feel - group and forum
Date: Mon, 28 Sep 2009 14:01:33 -0400
I have been out of town--still out of town--and have not kept up with the discussions. 
The look and feel of the website is important to resolve. We need to work on a couple of layers Bu primarily, the site should be both dynamic and easy to navigate, as well as allow for layers of content that can be cross referenced through a search of some sort.   I think the Edutopia www site is a good model for what I have in mind:   <http://www.edutopia.org/>http://www.edutopia.org/. 
Also, I started workig on a couple of possible logos/branding but have not been able to get back to it   I should have something later in the week after I return to Texas.  
Steve 
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peterb
Edutopia vs ENSEMBLE
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 I would disagree with Stephen to some extent. Edutopia is a typical example of a community portal. And we are both - a community portal and resource portal. Aside from design, we need a number of features, which are not in Edutopia. So, we can copy some ideas, but not all design. The architectural portal I posted looks like a more relevant target
Peter
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In fact, I think it is one of our problems that we do not provide a clear separation between the development, community, and resource sides of our portal. It really creates confusions. 

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