Every year the Sakai community holds a teaching award competition. The prize this year includes a free trip to the Sakai conference which will be held in Colorado, Denver. The details are given below.
The WebLearn team are happy to help anybody who is thinking of submitting an entry: simply get in touch with us via the usual email address: email@example.com
The deadline for the Teaching with Sakai Innovation Award is fast approaching– March 15. Please consider helping your faculty apply for this award. Innovation is broadly defined, some may call it active learning or student-centered learning. Here’s an article from yesterday’s Campus Technology describing one of the past winning courses: http://campustechnology.com/articles/2010/02/03/teaching-with-sakai-innovation-award-call-for-entries-open-thru-march-15.aspx
Call for Entries: 2010 Teaching With Sakai Innovation Award (Deadline: Monday, March 15, 2010)
The Teaching with Sakai Innovation Award publicly honors successful pedagogical innovation and best practices in teaching and learning in a Sakai environment. Winners will receive a trip to the 2010 Sakai Conference, June 14-17, 2010, in Denver, Colorado, USA to give a featured presentation about their teaching with Sakai. All entries will become part of the OpenEdPractices.org repository of best teaching practices. The award is sponsored by IBM, with additional support from rSmart and John Wiley & Sons.
For more information about the award and the submission deadline, go to the Teaching with Sakai Innovation Award web site (http://openedpractices.org/twsia).
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