New version of Sakai for Fall 2011

We have upgraded to Sakai 2.7.1! With this upgrade comes many new enhancements and features. We also have two new tools – the Assignments 2 and Gradebook 2 tools. Because these tools are significantly different than the previous versions, they are only visible to you once you receive training and request access. Turnitin integration with […]

Tell us what you think of Sakai

Do you have suggestions for improving Sakai? If you do, consider attending one of our focus group sessions this spring. Each sessions will focus on specific tools or uses of the software. Your feedback will be useful in improving support and training and we can feedback on tool improvements or interface design back to the […]

Upcoming workshops

We are in the process of scheduling workshops for the Spring 2011 semester. Upcoming workshops will include Customizing your Sakai Site, Getting Started, Tests & Quizzes, Assignments and Gradebook, and Forums, Wikis, and Blogs. Most classes will be scheduled prior to spring break in mid-March. More workshops will be scheduled at the end of the […]

Updated FAQs and feedback

Please check out the newly updated FAQs page. There you’ll find out how to solve problems such as adding non-WFU users, adding rosters for different sections to your Sakai course site, and many more. In addition, if you have suggestions on how Sakai might be better, please contact Jolie Tingen (tingenjg@wfu.edu or ext. 3952). Jolie […]

Banner integration for Sakai is now ready

You can now setup course sites in Sakai for Fall 2010. In addition to the “Where’s My Course” session on Monday, August 16 (12:15 – 1:15 in Green 162), we have added two additional session – Wednesday, August 18 at 3:15 – 4:15 in Greene 162 and Monday, August 23 at 12:15 – 1:15 in […]

Debunking myths about open source

A few months ago, Blackboard authored a document titled “Top Five Risks to Consider When Evaluating Open Source”. This document was in response to a favorable evaluation of Moodle in comparison with Blackboard in the North Carolina Community College System. Michael Feldstein wrote a response to this document on his blog debunking many of the […]

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