FY2003 Web/Print Assignments

This document contains the results of interviews with each OPO group about their FY 2003 projects that require Web/Print support. Red items are projects that are listed as deliverables in the Goddard Implementation Plan and will take priority over non-red items. These projects have been tentatively scheduled in the Web/Print FY 2003 Schedule.


Part One
(FY 2003 Quarters 1& 2)
(Visio Document)
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Part Two
(FY 2003 Quarters 3 & 4)
(Visio Document)
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INDEX

Education

| Amazing Space — phase 2 | phase 3 | phase 4 | phase 5 |
| Fast Facts Updates |
| Educator Guides |
| Hand-Held Hubble: Edu Version |
| Amazing Space Brochure |
| Online Survey Support |
| HST to Galileo Update |
| Primer Update |

Online Outreach

| Revamp Core Pages |
| PReSS |
| e-Mailer |
| Enhanced Gallery |
| mini-Web-Based Documentary |
| HubbleSite evaluation |
| Astronomy Day Event |
| Big Thing |
| FAQs |
| HubbleSite Bookmark Holder |

Web/Print

| Web Video Distribution |
| Turnkey Web Publication System |
| Production Process Documentation|

News

| NewsCenter Updates |
| Experimental Web-Based Press Conference |
| Video/Artwork Online Library |

Informal Science

| Easy Update Website |

Origins

| SSERD Plan |
| SSERD Version 3.0 |
| Electromagnetic Spectrum Poster |

OPO/Misc.

 


Education

Amazing Space Augmentation — phase 2

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    Populate the new Amazing Space site with Astronomy-to-Go materials.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    It augments the existing Amazing Space site.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Average complexity, average level of effort.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Ed Group provides Bonnie (for review) and Linda (for content development). Need production chief, writer/editor, designer, and programmer.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    Concept is completely thought out and diagrammed. Content is developed with the exception of "interstitial" pages. Copy for developed pages is reviewed and edited.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    None.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    No.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    No.

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Amazing Space Augmentation — phase 3

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    Populate the new Amazing Space site with Curriculum Support Tools (by type and topic).

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    It augments the existing Amazing Space site.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Average complexity, average level of effort.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Ed Group will provide Bonnie and Linda. Need production chief, writer/editor, designer, and programmer.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    Concept is completely thought out and diagrammed. Most of the tools and overviews are developed. Customer wants Glossary "skin" included in this phase.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    None.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    No.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    No.

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Amazing Space Augmentation — phase 4

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    Populate the new Amazing Space site with "Homework Help" materials.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    It augments the existing Amazing Space site.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Average complexity, average level of effort.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Ed Group provides Bonnie and Linda. Need production chief, writer/editor, designer, and programmer.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    Concept is mostly thought out. Content is not yet developed.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    None.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    No.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    No.

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Amazing Space Augmentation — phase 5

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    Populate the new Amazing Space site with "Colleagues and Scientists" materials (e.g., lessons learned, publications, evaluation results, monographs).

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    It augments the existing Amazing Space site.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Large complexity, extra large level of effort (mostly for Ed Group and writer/editor). Need minimal design work — mostly data display.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Ed Group provides Bonnie, some of Linda, and Dan. Need production chief, writer/editor, designer, and programmer.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    Concept is mostly thought out. Content is not developed — it exists as raw data that needs to be interpreted and written up.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    Articles need to be published first. Production after July?

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    No.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    No.

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Fast Facts Updates

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    Freshness. Develop one update of an astronomical topic per quarter based on news release/image.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    They will be added to the existing Amazing Space site.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Average complexity, average level of effort.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Ed Group provides Bonnie and Linda. News may provide Donna. Need scientist for review. Need production chief, writer/editor, designer, and programmer.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    Concept is fairly developed. Content is not developed — requires teaming with News Group.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    Based on News Group press release schedule.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    Scientist for review.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    No.

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Educators Guides

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    To populate the new Amazing Space site with Educator Guides for the following: galaxies, solar system trading cards, Behind the Pictures, M51 litho, and stellar evolution poster.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    They will be added to the existing Amazing Space site.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Average complexity, average level of effort.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Ed Group provides Bonnie and Linda for review. May have Donna for editing. Need production chief, writer/editor, designer, and programmer.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    Concept is completely thought out. Content is written for all five guides. One (galaxies) is edited and currently being formatted by Christine; one (solar system trading cards) is being edited by Donna; the other three are at McRel for review.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    Customer wants solar system trading cards and galaxies guides in Phase 2 of Amazing Space augmentation.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    Yes — McRel for national standards.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    Yes — McRel for national standards.

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Hand Held Hubble: Edu Version

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    Make the existing Hand-Held Hubble Web site more useful for educators by adding activities and standards.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    It augments the existing Hand-Held Hubble site.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Average complexity, average level of effort.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Ed Group provides Bonnie and Dan. Need production chief, writer/editor, designer, and programmer.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    Concept is partially developed. Content is minimally developed — Julie has devised three activities, all of which need Dan's review. Overviews are not written. "Standards" are not written — will follow format/template of Educator Guides. Need illustrations

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    None.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    No.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    TBD

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Amazing Space Brochure

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    To promote (with a print product) the new Amazing Space Web site and its offerings at conferences, etc. Customer has nothing to give away...

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    It promotes the new Amazing Space Web site: "Classics... plus a whole lot more!"

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Print product — small complexity, small level of effort.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Ed Group provides Bonnie (for review). Need writer/editor and designer.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    Concept is mature. Content is developed in terms of the site being promoted. Brochure copy is not yet written. Customer likes format of ViewSpace brochure and has gotten permission to use it as a template.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    Customer wants this by the March NSTA meeting.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    No.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    No.

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HDF Hard Copy Updates

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    To update the existing, yet aged, HDF packet — big job!

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    It updates the existing HDF packet and aligns it with national standards.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Print product with large complexity, large level of effort (write/edit), minimal design.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Ed Group provides Bonnie and Linda. Need writer/editor, designer, and programmer.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    Concept is preliminary. New content needs to be developed (heavy writing/editing).

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    None.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    Scientist for review.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    GSFC

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Online Survey Support

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    To evaluate the reach, effectiveness, audience, etc., of various OPO Web sites and services.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    It lives on the sites being evaluated and solicits responses from their audiences.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Large complexity, large ongoing level of effort.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Ed Group provides Bonnie and Dan for questionnaire development. Need production chief, writer/editor (for clean-up), designer, and programmer for "connection" and data reduction tasks.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    Concept is clear, yet nascent. Content (survey questions) not yet developed.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    Qtr. 2 for HubbleSite, followed by survey of News site (end of Qtr. 3?).

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    No.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    TBD.

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HST to Galileo Update

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    Update the existing HST to Galileo Amazing Space activity. It is heavily used by teachers because it meets the McRel standards for telescopes. Customer considers it the "theme project" for Astronomy Day 2003.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    It augments the existing Amazing Space suite of offerings.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Average complexity, average level of effort (simple programming — slide show?).

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Ed Group provides Bonnie and Linda. Might get John S. and Donna. Need production chief, writer/editor, designer, and programmer.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing
    Concept is preliminary. Content needs to be revised/rewritten (WifPic goes!).

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    Done in time for Astronomy Day 2003.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    No.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    No.

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Primer Update

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    Updates the widely-used Hubble Primer to reflect the state of the telescope after SM3B, the 10th anniversary, etc.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    It updates the widely-used (by news and education folks) online (yet printable) "all about the telescope" take-away piece.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Small complexity, small level of effort.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Ed Group provides Bonnie (for review). News may provide Donna for writing. Need production chief, writer/editor, designer (minimal), and programmer (minimal).

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    Concept is preliminary. Content is not yet developed, although interim updates from Lydia and Donna may exist somewhere.... Could be done in phases as "infill" task.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    None.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    No.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    No.

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Online Outreach

Revamp Core Pages

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    Provide HubbleSite with an updated look and feel and to solve some well know issues with the current design of the major navigation pages.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    Update to HubbleSite.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Complexity and level of effort should be average, but the scope needs to be better defined and a decision needs to be made as to how deep this redesign goes.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Stratis (customer).

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    If we go with the design ideas that John G. previously put forward then the concept is very mature and only needs to be implemented, but if there are other ideas that take us in a new direction then those ideas would not be very mature.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    None.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    No.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    Only external testers from the pool of HubbleSite users.

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PreSS

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    Finish out the PreSS development work that was not completed in FY2002.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    Continuation of previous work.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Overall the project is very complex but the remaining activities should only be average in complexity and level of effort.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Stratis & Ray (customer), Kelly (programming), Lisa (astronomy expert)

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    Very mature (almost done).

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    ASAP!

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    No.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    No.

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e-Mailer

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    Provide users with the ability to schedule and receive e-mail distribution of News releases in either HTML or plain text form. In addition the project could provide mechanisms for other sites /users to utilize our releases (web service).

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    Incorporated in HubbleSite NewsCenter and other sites sections TBD.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Average complexity and level of effort.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Stratis (customer).

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    The concept has been thought out but minimal effort has been given to the implementation ... the PreSS system was developed with this requirement in mind.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    None.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    No.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    HubbleSite users should be used for testing/evaluation of the service.

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Enhanced Image Gallery

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    To provide HubbleSite users with complete access to all the press release images contained within the PreSS archive as well as a number of other images not in the archive (telescope images, etc.).

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    Replace the current HubbleSite image gallery.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Complexity should be average since much of the programming should be based on the NewsCenter work. The level of effort should also be average given the work that has already been done by John G.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Stratis (customer)

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    The concept as well as some of the design concepts are very mature and have already been fleshed out by John G.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    None.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    No.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    No.

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Mini-Web-Based Documentary

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    To create a mini-web-based documentary on a limited topic that explores techniques to address the needs of multiple audiences literacy levels. (something similar to the being human web site.).

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    Housed in HubbleSite.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Extra large!

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Stratis, the Education Group may participate as well.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    Very immature.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    None.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    None currently defined but it maybe useful to bring in external experts to contribute ideas as well as be "talent" for the production.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    No.

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HubbleSite Evaluation

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    To provide user statistics for the refinement of HubbleSite and the possible development of AstronomySite.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    Not part of any existing site. It has no online or print components.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Web/Print requirements are limited to gathering previous user statistics and providing input into the Education-driven evaluation process.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Stratis.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    N/A.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    Based on Ed-Groups schedule.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    Not in this sub-part of the larger project.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    Not in this sub-part of the larger project.

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Astronomy Day Web Event

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    To create a web-event that will be conducted in coordination with National Astronomy Day/Week. Details of the project are to be defined by the development team.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    This could be folded into the News project of providing a virtual press conference.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    This project needs to be limited to an average complexity/level of effort.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Stratis.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    Extremely immature.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    Must go live for National Astronomy Day/Week.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    TBD.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    TBD.

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Big Thing

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    TBD.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    New section to HubbleSite.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    The project should be limited to average complexity/level of effort.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Stratis.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    Beyond immature.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    None.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    TBD.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    TBD.

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FAQs

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    To create a section of HubbleSite that will house our most popularly asked questions along with their answers.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    Built off of existing OPO FAQs and to be posted on HubbleSite. It might also be used by the Amazing Space site.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Average.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Stratis, Education Group personnel.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    A lot of the content has been collected and some of it has even been reviewed.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    None.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    No.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    No.

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HubbleSite Bookmark Holder

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    Provide a bookmark holder for use by science centers to give away the HubbleSite bookmark alongside their ViewSpace presentation.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    Part of Informal Science's ViewSpace project.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Small.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Stratis.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    Not mature.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    Needs to be agreeable to the science centers that will be using it.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    Some science centers will act as test cases.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    Some science center personnel.


Web/Print

Web Video Distribution

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    To update the web video infrastructure utilized by OPO.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    Upgrade to existing systems.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Average to large.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Stratis.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    Only basic needs have been identified.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    Must work withing OPO budget and existing OPO/Tute infrastructure.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    The Center.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    No.

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Turnkey Web Publication System

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    To create a mechanism for OPO staff members to update selected web sites without any Web/Print support.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    Upgrade to existing web sites (inf/sci, ideas, origins, etc.).

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Large.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Stratis.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    The desire is mature by details have not been worked out. A users needs assessment will need to be accomplished as part of this project.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    This project could (and should) be tied to the Informal Science Easy Update Website project.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    No (unless we have to work some issue through the Center).

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    No.

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Production Process Documentation

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    To capture and document the working procedures used within Web/Print.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    N/A.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Small — average.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Stratis.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    Reasonably mature. Many of the documents have already been started and the overall concept has been in operation for over 6 months.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    None.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    No.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    No.

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News

NewsCenter Updates

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    Update the NewsCenter site based on user feedback post opening — refinement of content.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    Update to the NewsCenter website.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Small in complexity, small to average in level of effort.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Donna (writing), Ray/Cheryl (concepts), Ann (designer)

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    Not mature at all.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    There is no tight schedule — it needs to be scheduled after the feedback can be collected — see if the production schedule can drive the feedback gathering.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    No.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    No.

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Experimental Web-Based Press Conference

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    Create a web-based briefing for reporters to provide them with background information about Hubble and it's accomplishments. The briefing should consists of background content, web video, and a mechanism to conduct 2-way communications.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    Part of NewsCenter.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Complexity and level of effort will be large.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    The entire News team will participate.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    The desire to conduct a web-based briefing is mature but no implementation plans have been defined or investigated.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    The technical constraints need to be explored and based upon the capabilities of the audience. In addition to the reporters, there maybe a general public connection to this project (HubbleSite's Astronomy Day project) and whatever technology is chosen needs to work for a more general audience.
    The deadline for this project will be National Astronomy Day/Week.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    Key scientists in HST's history.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    No.

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Video/Artwork Online Library

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    Provide easy access and cataloging to the PreSS video and artwork archive.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    Based on the PreSS archive and to be housed in either the NewsCenter or Gallery section (or both) of HubbleSite.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Complexity and level of effort should be average for this project.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Zolt (knowledge, subject matter expert), Ann (designer)

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    The content and concept are both very mature and can be based on the image center work already done for HubbleSite.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    None.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    No.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    No.

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Informal Science

Easy Update Website

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    To create an easy to update replacement for the current Informal Science web site.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    Update to existing site.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Complexity and level of effort are large, due to the lack of experience in creating a "turnkey system."

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    John G. (designer), John S. (content & vision).

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    The content is very mature (same as that posted on the site), new content will also be defined and that is at a low level of maturity. The design will be updated to reflect the new Informal Science design guidelines as created by John G.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    None, but sooner would be better.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    No.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    No.

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Origins

SSERD Plan

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    Layout the short-to-medium term goals for the SSERD project -- creating a written report as well as an overview powerpoint presentation for the Origins forum.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    This is a planning project and has no web or print product.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    The complexity level is high due to the number of people that will be involved and the political nature of this project.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Denise, Carole, & Ian (consultants on concepts and history of the project).
    Also, Keith maybe available on a fee basis to consult.

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    The plan is not mature at all, there are no existing documents to build from.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    Needs to be accomplished by the end of quarter 1.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    NASA HQ (Rodendahl & Co.), representatives from all Origins Missions, eco-system personnel — all of these folks would be available for feedback and input into the plan.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    Same folks as listed in question #7.

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SSERD version 3.0

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    Make the SSERD 508 compliant and improve its useability (issues with the search function).

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    Update to SSERD.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Large.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Denise, Ian, & Carole (consultation)

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    508 compliance is mature but execution needs to be re-evaluated.
    Search — concept is well thought out but the current implementation doesn't meet the expectations.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    Spring 2003.

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    NASA HQ (Rodendahl & Co.), representatives from all Origins Missions, eco-system personnel — all of these folks would be available for feedback and input.

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    Same folks as listed in question #7.

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Electromagnetic Spectrum Poster

  1. What is the mission/purpose of the project?
    To update an out of print poster that is still in high demand.

  2. How does the product fit to existing Websites or other OPO products?
    Update to an existing poster.

  3. Classify the project's complexity/level of effort -- small, average, large, extra large.
    Average level of effort, the complexity should be small given the size of the project and the well known nature of the subject.

  4. What resources is your group providing and what do you expect Web/Print to provide?
    Carole (liaisons with the Origins missions), Denise (subject expert), Bonnie/Dan (education content experts)

  5. How mature is the project's concept? Does it have existing content -- what state is the content in (reviewed, edited, etc.)?
    Concept is mature, but the actual content/design has not been worked on.

  6. What constraints does this project have (delivery dates, PDA-enabled delivery, must be blue!, etc.)?
    To be completed in time for distribution at NSTA (March).

  7. Are there any external to OPO participants in this project (external scientists, NASA officials, Origins missions, etc.)?
    Origins missions (thru Carole)

  8. Are there any external reviewers (teachers in the field, expert reviews at other institutions, etc.)?
    Origins missions personnel and educators.

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Misc/OPO

Astronomy Day Event