Collaborative authoring of materials

The 2017 version of the annual NMC Horizon Report was launched during the final session of this years ELI conference. One of the key themes is “Collaborative Learning Approaches” (see Page 5 of NMC Horizon Report Preview, 2017 Higher Education … Continue reading

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Announcing the ConnextOx Innovation Project

From Vinton Cheng, Clinical Research Fellow, CRUK/MRC Oxford Institute of Radiation Oncology: “The ConnectOx project aims to bring researchers together and promote collaboration through researcher profiling and smart algorithms. By providing another route for researchers working within disparate subjects to … Continue reading

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Apereo Open Academic Environment Seminar: 8 May at 12:30 in IT Services

We are pleased to announce a special seminar about the Apereo Open Academic Environment (OAE) presented by our colleagues from Research Research (Research Professional). The talk will take place in ISIS room, IT Services, Banbury Rd at 12.30 on Friday … Continue reading

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Apereo OAE Phoenix (nee Sakai 3) is now available!

The Apereo Open Academic Environment (OAE) project team is pleased and excited to announce the first release of the Apereo Open Academic Environment; OAE Phoenix. This release consists of the first production ready release of Apereo OAE and focusses on … Continue reading

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The death and rebirth of Apereo OAE (aka Sakai OAE or Sakai 3)

Michael Feldstein has written an excellent article about the Apereo Open Academic Environment (OAE) – you may know this better as Sakai OAE or Sakai 3. (When the Sakai Foundation and JA SIG merged, they formed a new organisation called … Continue reading

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Euro Sakai 2011 – Amsterdam

11 people from UK HE attended the European Sakai conference (#EuroSakai). Delegates from the UK represented the following bodies: the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, Bath, Newcastle, Hull and Leeds and JISC/CETIS. The highlight of the conference was almost certainly the … Continue reading

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EuroSakai 2011: Focusing on European Adoption, 26-28 Sept

From Frank Benneker EuroSakai 2011 Sakai is returning to Amsterdam for 2011 edition of EuroSakai. It will be held on the same beautiful waterfront as the 2007 Sakai conference, the dates are: 26 – 28 September 2011. The main theme … Continue reading

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Sakai 2011 Conference Information

The Sakai Foundation is pleased to share the initial information and call for presentations for the Sakai 2011 conference in Los Angeles. All conference information will be added to www.sakaiproject.org/sakai-conference-2011 as it becomes available. The growth in projects, partners, adoption and … Continue reading

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Sakai Conference 2011 moved to North America

The Sakai Foundation have announced plans to relocate next year’s Sakai conference from Berlin to an as yet unspecified venue in North America. the dates remain the same though (June 14 – 16, with pre-conference sessions on June 13). This … Continue reading

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Sneeky Peek of Sakai Open Academic Environment (aka Sakai 3)

From the Sakai newsletter: NYU Launches Pre-Release Pilot of Sakai OAE/SAKAI 3 New York University is pleased to announce the launch on November 5,2010 of the first pre-release pilot of the Sakai Open Academic Environment (OAE) — a revolutionary platform … Continue reading

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