Innovating Teaching and Learning with Sakai

This article by Josh Baron outlines the annual Sakai T&L awards. The article details this year’s winners and gives of examples of the kind of innovation that the courses offer. It’s well worth a quick read, see:

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Displaying an Oxitems feed within a site

Oxitems is Oxford’s institutional RSS / Newsfeed service and as such is available for free to every department and college. It really is quite brilliant. It is NOT possible to position a WebLearn News tool in the RHS column of … Continue reading

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Writing for the web – tips

I attended Stephen Sangar’s excellent session at the recent UAS conference and made some notes. I thought it may be useful to post them here: use a meaningful title in the page head Begin with an introduction AND summary. Moreover, … Continue reading

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Use WebLearn with students before they arrive

Now that students are supplied with their Oxford SSO credentials before they arrive at University they will be able to access WebLearn in advance of starting their studies. Reading lists and documents can be circulated and formative assessment carried out … Continue reading

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