Stanford University offers a wide array of opportunities for students to study abroad. Historically, these opportunities were administered by various departments from all corners of the university. In 2015, Stanford’s Office of International Affairs started work on Stanford Off-Campus Learning Opportunities (SOLO), an initiative to bring all of these opportunities under one roof.
Let's talk about how we can contribute to make Drupal better and hope that World Peace will come sooner.
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Drupal is becoming a powerful research tool that relieves faculty and researchers from working on creating and managing databases and user interface tools and allows them to focus on actual research topics. We will demo how tools built with Drupal support research, scholarship, data management and more.
Are you going to your local meetup or regional camp and watching sessions? Have you ever thought "I could do that" but are not sure how to get started? Well good news, this session is for you. Speaking at camps is a great way to give back to the community and assure that your tribal knowledge gets passed on. Come learn the ropes with this hands on course that will guide you through figuring out what to talk about, how to submit sessions and some best practices on delivery.
Researchers and academic websites often need to handle data, while Drupal is a compelling content management systems, its file handling capabilities are very limited. In this session we will present an overview and demonstration of a new set of modules that enable data sharing and file management for a variety of use cases for researchers. The new modules create and manage a secure virtual file system of nested folders and uploaded files of any type. Access controls enable users to share their content with selected friends and colleagues, or with the public at large.