The University Timeline: Getting the Right Information to the Right People at the Right Time in the Right Way

Wednesday, November 01 | 2:00PM–2:50PM ET | Meeting Room 204A, 200 Level
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
The Princeton Timeline supports the distribution of time-critical information about activities, events, deadlines, and announcements to the Princeton University community (and beyond). The system was developed in response to concerns expressed by students regarding the ineffectiveness of e-mail. This talk will cover the genesis, development, and deployment of the timeline.

Outcomes: Explore the challenges we face in effectively communicating with students * Identify potential problems with hosted voice migrations to head them off at the pass * Identify the limitations of piecemeal approaches to information delivery, specifically on your campus * Understand the value of a consolidated information delivery system and how the timeline works


  • Serge Goldstein

    Chief Information Architect, Princeton University
  • Kevin Perry

    Senior Architect, Software Development, Princeton University

Resources & Downloads

  • The University Timeline PPT

    1 MB, pptx - Updated on 1/27/2024