This site previously ran on the main LAUSD WWW servers (IBM AIX OS) utilizing its mainframe DB2 database. It demonstrates how the Self-Administration Web Site can be easily implemented in non-PC, non-Windows environments.
Decisions of the Employees' Compensation Appeals Board (ECAB). In Folio Views Infobase.
We re-developed the Lynwood Unified School District Web Site. This is a SAW site they now use to provide sub-sites to over 50 schools and departments. The company that subcontracted to us never allowed us to work with the actual staff, and therefore we were unable to succeed in getting them involved in maintaining their own content. To this day, LUSD departments still can't update web pages without someone from IT getting involved. Sad.
Policy Services Online. Folio Views Infobase.
The purpose of the LAUSDnet Surplus Textbook Database Management System (STDBMS) is to exchange surplus textbooks among K through 12 schools within the Los Angeles Unified School District. Another great application never pushed by the District to succeed.
This site runs on Windows 2000 server utilizing Access 2000 database. It demonstrates how the Self-Administration Web Site can be customized for specific database applications. They never used it for a long period of time. Somehow, the notion of staff maintaining data on their own web site just didn't go over big in the District at that time. But, we did try.
This is an intranet application designed to allow LAUSD employees, students and associated individuals to self-create LAUSDNet Internet accounts. Involved database development and integration with mainframe, mini and PC systems. It was not available for outside access. No idea if they still use it. Very proud of this accomplishment.
Created security front end to allow online employee sign-up and log-in to Financial Reporting Database. Required configuration which includes mainframe DB2 district employee database.
This is another example of how the Self-Administration web site can be customized to a particular application. This Division is very large and has several sub-departments as well as dozens of special schools. We re-developed their entire site using SAW. It has been re-developed a few times since -- don't know what application they use now.
Worked for a time on web site presentation of standards. Circa 1999 - 2000.