European Sakai conference 7th Feb 2014

Message from Alain Mayeur (ESUP-Portail) and Ian Dolphin (Apereo Foundation) The ESUP-Portail Consortium and the Apereo Foundation are pleased to invite you to their conferences, taking place on 6 Feb and 7 Feb 2014, respectively, on the campus of the … Continue reading

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Apereo (Sakai) Conference Call For Proposals

Inaugural Apereo Foundation Conference Opening Minds to Open Solutions June 2-7, 2013 San Diego Westin – San Diego, CA  #apereo13 CALL FOR PROPOSALS NOW OPEN! ================================================== Visit https://www.concentra-cms.com/cfp/p/apereo13 Deadline for Proposals: March 4, 2013 Mark your calendars, set aside your … Continue reading

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EuroSakai in Paris 28-30 Jan 2013

From Ian Dolphin: I am pleased to announce the 2013 EuroSakai Conference, in association with ESUP and Jasig. The event will be hosted by University P.M. Curie (UPMC-Sorbonne Universités) at its Jussieu Campus in Paris between January 28th and 30th. … Continue reading

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UK Teacher Wins a ‘Teaching With Sakai Innovation Award’ (TWISIA)

Guest post from Shirley Bennett, Programme Leader M. Ed. in eLearning, University of Hull On Winning a Teaching With Sakai Innovation Award (TWISIA) – Shirley Bennett In June 2011 I was honoured and delighted to win the TWISIA 2011 award … Continue reading

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Why Newcastle University chose Sakai

Thanks to Andrew Martin for this post. Newcastle University’s adoption of Sakai came about after the central computing service (ISS) won a bid to provide a “web-based communication and collaboration tool” solution for TREAT-NMD (a European-wide research network, researching neuro-muscular … 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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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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