To Code Or Not To Code: Community Development of Sakai

Patrick Lynch, e-Learning Coordinator at the University of Hull writes: Hull have just one developer working on Sakai and our development effort is therefore limited. Indeed we have a published statement that we will avoid development wherever we can, concentrating … Continue reading

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Sakai: Collaboration in the Rapid Design Life Cycle

Thanks to Rob Crouchley (Lancaster University) and Rob Allan (STFC, Daresbury Laboratory) for this article. The Virtual Engineering Centre (VEC) is a University of Liverpool project partially funded by the North West Regional Development Agency (NWDA) and European Regional Development … Continue reading

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The Sakai Teaching and Learning Community Makes All The Difference

Patrick Lynch, e-Learning Coordinator at the University of Hull writes: My role at Hull is to coordinate eLearning activities across the University. I have a small team who support staff in their use of eLearning, which naturally centres on the … Continue reading

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Sakai Usage at The University of Bath

Thanks to Jez Cope for this article. Introduction The Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies (CSCT) is a cross-disciplinary research centre which brings together academic expertise from the University of Bath with international industrial, academic and stakeholder partners to carry out … Continue reading

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Using Sakai to improve Knowledge Engineering conduits between government agencies, SMEs and academics

Thanks to Rob Crouchley (Lancaster University) and Rob Allen (STFC) for this article. Collaborative Research in Business (CRIB) project is a UK Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) funded project examining Knowledge Engineering conduits between government agencies entrepreneurs of Small and … Continue reading

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