Updated Roster Feed Process

The process for the way Banner information is transferred into Sakai has been updated. The new process has been made more efficient by only loading data from the current semester and the next semester, if it is available, in Banner. Information from previous semesters is now left intact. This means faculty and students will have […]

New View Site As Option

Instructors, in new course sites, you will now have the option to view your site as a student or as a teaching assistant. You can select a role from the dropdown menu on the right side of the screen when you see the “View Site As:” option.

Getting Started with Sakai

For general information see the Frequently Asked Questions list. Faculty, looking for your course in Sakai? Set up your course using the Worksite Setup tool in the My Workspace Area. See how. Students, looking for your course in Sakai? Check with your instructor to verify he or she has set up a course site. Don’t […]

What’s New in Sakai 2.8

On Saturday, January 5, Sakai was upgraded to a new version – 2.8. Included in the upgrade are numerous bug fixes and important accessibility enhancements. Updates to tools in Sakai include new options for the Assignments tool, an enhanced Gradebook tool, and many new options in the Tests & Quizzes tool An overview of the […]

Sakai Upgrade over Winter Break

Information Systems staff will perform an upgrade to Sakai, Wake Forest University’s learning management system, over the winter break. The expected upgrade date is January 5, 2013 and is dependent upon issue resolution and user testing. If we determine that the upgrade must be performed on a later date, detailed communications will be sent to […]

Sakai pilot at UNC a success

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has recently produced their Sakai Pilot final report. This report identifies their pilot as a success and recommends that the campus continue funding for expanding their pilot, adding student information system integration, and identifying a path to migrate from Blackboard to Sakai. The report states that faculty […]

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