Recurring payments for law school contributions

Does anyone out there currently use a system for accepting recurring payments for donations to the law school? If so, could you share who you use? We have a PayPal setup, and don't keep credit card information ourselves. But it only handles a single payment, not recurring monthly or annual ones, like our Director of Development is asking for.

Thanks in advance,

Phil Allred
Brooklyn Law School

RE: Recurring payments for law school contributions

Hi,

The recurring payment situation is only one reason why we are dropping
PayPal. We originally looked at Moneris but our main campus switched to
an application called Marketplace by TouchNet. Marketplace integrates
with our Banner system so reporting should be easier as there is no need
to export data from one system and import into another.

I am still setting up a test site for us so I can't tell you much more.
I do know that all the credit card info is handled by TouchNet.

Larry Adamiec

Chicago-Kent College of Law

Illinois Institute of Technology

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Subject: [teknoids] Recurring payments for law school contributions

Does anyone out there currently use a system for accepting recurring
payments for donations to the law school? If so, could you share who
you use? We have a PayPal setup, and don't keep credit card information
ourselves. But it only handles a single payment, not recurring monthly
or annual ones, like our Director of Development is asking for.

Thanks in advance,

Phil Allred

Brooklyn Law School

Recurring payments for law school contributions

Phil,

All our contributions get routed through the university's main development portal, https://secure.dev.unc.edu/gift/. I know UNC uses a PayPal channel as well, and it appears they have configured it to accept recurring monthly payments. You may want to reach out to Dave Kass, my IT colleague and the Assistant Vice Chancellor for University Development, to see how they got this working.
dave_kass@unc.edu
(919) 962-3429

Good luck.

Doug
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Assistant Dean for IT
UNC School of Law
160 Ridge Rd, Chapel Hill, NC 27599
919.843.9208 office
http://www.law.unc.edu

On Nov 18, 2010, at 4:25 PM, Phil Allred wrote:

Does anyone out there currently use a system for accepting recurring payments for donations to the law school? If so, could you share who you use? We have a PayPal setup, and don’t keep credit card information ourselves. But it only handles a single payment, not recurring monthly or annual ones, like our Director of Development is asking for.

Thanks in advance,

Phil Allred
Brooklyn Law School
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Video web conferencing

Greetings,

We are looking for a web conferencing solution. Basically what we need is to be able to communicate with 20-25 people in one session online (over the Internet.) Best solution will include a 2-way video chat (all participants can see each other.) Or one way video with outside particpants using audio only. What are you using? Any information about your experience will be very much appreciated.

take care

Mohyeddin Abdulaziz
Director of Information Technology
University of Arizona
James E. Rogers College of Law
http://www.law.arizona.edu/

RE: Video web conferencing

My sense is that the free or near free tools for video conferencing are
getting better but for business or professional (i.e. competitive) teaching,
the reliability and video quality provided by Vidyo is hard to beat,
especially if you want to be able to include traditional room based video
conferencing systems in the mix. At $1500 per seat it is not cheap but then
neither is education.

Laurence Bates

_____

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Abdulaziz
Sent: Tuesday, November 23, 2010 6:14 PM
To: Teknoids
Subject: [teknoids] Video web conferencing

Greetings,

We are looking for a web conferencing solution. Basically what we need is to
be able to communicate with 20-25 people in one session online (over the
Internet.) Best solution will include a 2-way video chat (all participants
can see each other.) Or one way video with outside particpants using audio
only. What are you using? Any information about your experience will be very
much appreciated.

take care

Mohyeddin Abdulaziz

Director of Information Technology

University of Arizona

James E. Rogers College of Law

http://www.law.arizona.edu/

Video web conferencing

We were seriously considering Vidyo as well. Even at the price, the quality
and flexibility was hard to beat. Turns out we had a campus-wide exclusive
contract with someone else but...up to that point I was on my way to Vidyo
here. I recommend taking a look at them.

allan

On Wed, Nov 24, 2010 at 4:26 AM, Laurence Bates <Laurence@msu.edu> wrote:

> My sense is that the free or near free tools for video conferencing are
> getting better but for business or professional (i.e. competitive) teaching,
> the reliability and video quality provided by Vidyo is hard to beat,
> especially if you want to be able to include traditional room based video
> conferencing systems in the mix. At $1500 per seat it is not cheap but then
> neither is education.
>
>
>
> Laurence Bates
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> *From:* teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu [mailto:
> teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu] *On Behalf Of *Mohyeddin
> Abdulaziz
> *Sent:* Tuesday, November 23, 2010 6:14 PM
> *To:* Teknoids
> *Subject:* [teknoids] Video web conferencing
>
>
>
> Greetings,
>
>
>
> We are looking for a web conferencing solution. Basically what we need is
> to be able to communicate with 20-25 people in one session online (over the
> Internet.) Best solution will include a 2-way video chat (all participants
> can see each other.) Or one way video with outside particpants using audio
> only. What are you using? Any information about your experience will be very
> much appreciated.
>
>
>
> take care
>
>
>
> Mohyeddin Abdulaziz
>
> Director of Information Technology
>
> University of Arizona
>
> James E. Rogers College of Law
>
> http://www.law.arizona.edu/
>
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Video web conferencing

I woud concur with Allan's statements. At Utah, we used Adobe Connect Pro for a year and had expected success with the product, but when we began to work with Vidyo, it consistently exceeded our expectations.

Mark

From: Allan Chen <abchen@scu.edu>
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Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2010 09:23:17 -0700
To: Teknoids <teknoids@ruckus.law.cornell.edu>
Subject: Re: [teknoids] Video web conferencing

We were seriously considering Vidyo as well. Even at the price, the quality and flexibility was hard to beat. Turns out we had a campus-wide exclusive contract with someone else but...up to that point I was on my way to Vidyo here. I recommend taking a look at them.

allan

On Wed, Nov 24, 2010 at 4:26 AM, Laurence Bates <Laurence@msu.edu> wrote:
My sense is that the free or near free tools for video conferencing are getting better but for business or professional (i.e. competitive) teaching, the reliability and video qualityprovided by Vidyo is hard to beat, especially if you want to be able to include traditional room based video conferencing systems in the mix. At $1500 per seat it is not cheap but then neither is education.

Laurence Bates

________________________________
From:teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu [mailto:teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Mohyeddin Abdulaziz
Sent: Tuesday, November 23, 2010 6:14 PM
To: Teknoids
Subject: [teknoids] Video web conferencing

Greetings,

We are looking for a web conferencing solution. Basically what we need is to be able to communicate with 20-25 people in one session online (over the Internet.) Best solution will include a 2-way video chat (all participants can see each other.) Or one way video with outside particpants using audio only. What are you using? Any information about your experience will be very much appreciated.

take care

Mohyeddin Abdulaziz
Director of Information Technology
University of Arizona
James E. Rogers College of Law
http://www.law.arizona.edu/

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Video web conferencing

I woud concur with Allan's statements. At Utah, we used Adobe Connect Pro for a year and had expected success with the product, but when we began to work with Vidyo, it consistently exceeded our expectations.

Mark

From: Allan Chen <abchen@scu.edu>
Reply-To: Teknoids <teknoids@ruckus.law.cornell.edu>
Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2010 09:23:17 -0700
To: Teknoids <teknoids@ruckus.law.cornell.edu>
Subject: Re: [teknoids] Video web conferencing

We were seriously considering Vidyo as well. Even at the price, the quality and flexibility was hard to beat. Turns out we had a campus-wide exclusive contract with someone else but...up to that point I was on my way to Vidyo here. I recommend taking a look at them.

allan

On Wed, Nov 24, 2010 at 4:26 AM, Laurence Bates <Laurence@msu.edu> wrote:
My sense is that the free or near free tools for video conferencing are getting better but for business or professional (i.e. competitive) teaching, the reliability and video qualityprovided by Vidyo is hard to beat, especially if you want to be able to include traditional room based video conferencing systems in the mix. At $1500 per seat it is not cheap but then neither is education.

Laurence Bates

________________________________
From:teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu [mailto:teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Mohyeddin Abdulaziz
Sent: Tuesday, November 23, 2010 6:14 PM
To: Teknoids
Subject: [teknoids] Video web conferencing

Greetings,

We are looking for a web conferencing solution. Basically what we need is to be able to communicate with 20-25 people in one session online (over the Internet.) Best solution will include a 2-way video chat (all participants can see each other.) Or one way video with outside particpants using audio only. What are you using? Any information about your experience will be very much appreciated.

take care

Mohyeddin Abdulaziz
Director of Information Technology
University of Arizona
James E. Rogers College of Law
http://www.law.arizona.edu/

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Video web conferencing

Have you looked at Xbox? This was Elmer's idea, but I think he is on
to something. We talked about a kind of "Kinect for Education" where
the instructor "controls" the video or a PC feed without touching the
keyboard or a remote. I'll get students would be delighted to have to
buy a video game console to go to school/

Alternatively, Cisco has been pushing Umi for personal video
conferencing, but I'll get this would work in small seminar classes.

John

On Tue, Nov 23, 2010 at 5:13 PM, Mohyeddin Abdulaziz
<abdulaziz@law.arizona.edu> wrote:
> Greetings,
>
> We are looking for a web conferencing solution. Basically what we need is to
> be able to communicate with 20-25 people in one session online (over the
> Internet.) Best solution will include a 2-way video chat (all participants
> can see each other.) Or one way video with outside particpants using audio
> only. What are you using? Any information about your experience will be very
> much appreciated.
>
> take care
>
> Mohyeddin Abdulaziz
> Director of Information Technology
> University of Arizona
> James E. Rogers College of Law
> http://www.law.arizona.edu/
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RE: Video web conferencing

What school will be first to buy all of their professors an xbox + kinect bundle for home?

wait.. did I say that out loud????

:)

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From: teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu on behalf of John Mayer
Sent: Tue 11/23/2010 8:45 PM
To: Teknoids
Subject: Re: [teknoids] Video web conferencing

Have you looked at Xbox? This was Elmer's idea, but I think he is on
to something. We talked about a kind of "Kinect for Education" where
the instructor "controls" the video or a PC feed without touching the
keyboard or a remote. I'll get students would be delighted to have to
buy a video game console to go to school/

Alternatively, Cisco has been pushing Umi for personal video
conferencing, but I'll get this would work in small seminar classes.

John

On Tue, Nov 23, 2010 at 5:13 PM, Mohyeddin Abdulaziz
<abdulaziz@law.arizona.edu> wrote:
> Greetings,
>
> We are looking for a web conferencing solution. Basically what we need is to
> be able to communicate with 20-25 people in one session online (over the
> Internet.) Best solution will include a 2-way video chat (all participants
> can see each other.) Or one way video with outside particpants using audio
> only. What are you using? Any information about your experience will be very
> much appreciated.
>
> take care
>
> Mohyeddin Abdulaziz
> Director of Information Technology
> University of Arizona
> James E. Rogers College of Law
> http://www.law.arizona.edu/
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Video web conferencing

We have been experimenting with bigbluebutton and are quite happy with it especially considering the cost :)

Tom

On Nov 23, 2010, at 6:14 PM, "Mohyeddin Abdulaziz" <abdulaziz@law.arizona.edu> wrote:

> Greetings,
>
> We are looking for a web conferencing solution. Basically what we need is to be able to communicate with 20-25 people in one session online (over the Internet.) Best solution will include a 2-way video chat (all participants can see each other.) Or one way video with outside particpants using audio only. What are you using? Any information about your experience will be very much appreciated.
>
> take care
>
> Mohyeddin Abdulaziz
> Director of Information Technology
> University of Arizona
> James E. Rogers College of Law
> http://www.law.arizona.edu/
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