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Pepperdine University Study: Blackboard to Sakai

September 30, 2011 by Sarah Cheverton Administrative, Blackboard, LMS Applications, Sakai No Comments

Dale Hulvey sent me the executive summary of Pepperdine University’s LMS study in 2009-2010. They decided to move from Blackboard to Sakai. Here’s a link to the document:
Pepperdine LMS Study Executive Summary

Open Source Learning Management Systems

September 28, 2011 by Kevin Hegg Canvas, Moodle, Open Source, Sakai 1 Comment

In response to the increasing demand for flexible, robust open source learning management systems, the number and variety of  “open source” offerings have increased in the last few years.  The following are among the most widely used in academia.
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LMS Transition Timeline at Univ of Miami

September 12, 2011 by Sarah Cheverton Implementation, Sakai No Comments

Sandy forwarded me an email from the FRYE Institute listserv (see LM_Implementation_Timelines_Univ_of_Miami_2011.pdf). The email briefly describes Univ of Miami’s LMS transition project: 3.5 months of evaluation and 6 months of migration. Here’s a link to their Sakai Implementation Project (SIP) website: http://community.muohio.edu/sip/

Sakai Licensing

September 6, 2011 by Kevin Hegg Open Source, Sakai No Comments

Sakai is licensed “as free and open software” under the Educational Community License (version 2). This license has been approved by the Open Source Initiative and complies with the Open Source Definition.


June 29, 2011 by Kevin Hegg Featured, LMS Applications, Sakai No Comments

I have created a hosted SAKAI course. Log in and go to the backroom for more details.

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