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1 New to Sakai? Peter Knoop, University of Michigan Amy Neymeyr, Indiana University

2 Peter Knoop Project Coordinator – Sakai Foundation Research Investigator – University of Michigan July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.2

3 Peter Knoop Project Coordinator – Sakai Foundation Research Investigator – University of Michigan July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.3

4 Amy Neymeyr July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. Indiana University – IT Training and Education Then: Creating/maintaining end-user support documentation Now: Quality Assurance testing Developing functional requirements

5 Agenda TimeTopic 1:00 – 1:30Introductions/Why Sakai? 1:30 – 2:00Overview of Sakai 2:00 – 3:00Using Sakai 3:00 – 3:15Break 3:15 – 4:30Using Sakai (cont’d) 4:30 – 5:00Deploying Sakai (Migration and Integration) 5:00 – 5:30Preview of Conference and Wrap-Up

6 Logistics Bathrooms are located near the foot of the escalators in the lobby… Break at 3:00-3:15pm Wi-Fi Sakai sakai123 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.6

7 How are you? Why are you Here? Name? Affiliation? Role? Previous knowledge of Sakai? Interest in Sakai? Favorite thing to do in Boston? July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.7

8 Overview of Sakai What is Sakai? History Getting Involved

9 What is Sakai? The Sakai CLE is a flexible, enterprise application that supports teaching, learning and scholarly collaboration in either fully or partially online environments. The Sakai CLE is distributed as free, open-source software, which offers the ultimate in flexibility and avoids the risks of vendor lock-in and escalating license costs. Built by educators for educators. Foundation Software Community July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.9

10 Brief History of Sakai 1990’s Research projects and home-grown efforts 2000’s Recognition of a common needs, shared resources (not just dev, but help) 2003 Mellon Grant UM, IU, Stanford, MIT Pick best-of-breed (CHEF) Iron Chef Hiroyuki Sakai 2005 Non-profit

11 Sakai (the Foundation) is… …a member-based, non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation engaged in the collaborative design, development and distribution of open-source software for education, research and related scholarly activities. …supported by voluntary partner contributions (Sakai Partners Program) …governed by a ten-member Board of Directors elected by Sakai Partners July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.11

12 Sakai Foundation Staff Executive Director – Michael Korcuska Project Coordinator – Peter Knoop Community Coordinator – Anthony Whyte QA Director – Pete Peterson Admin Coordinator – Mary Miles Welcome! Product Manager – Clay Fenlason Communications Manager – Pieter Hartsook Sakai Board: John Norman, Chair Josh Baron Lois Brooks Clay Fenlason Josh Hardin Stephen Marquard Lance Speelmon Jutta Treviranus July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.12

13 Role of the Sakai Foundation Oversee Sakai's intellectual property. Encourage community-building between academic institutions, non-profits and commercial organizations. Promote Sakai and the wider adoption of open-source standards and approaches within higher education. Coordinates software development, quality assurance and distribution. Manage Sakai’s conferences and meetings. July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.13

14 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.14

15 Sakai (the Software) is… … a Collaboration and Learning Environment – CLE (or LMS, CMS…) …an enterprise-ready collaboration and courseware management platform that provides users with a suite of learning, portfolio, library, project and research tools …open-Source – free to download, customize, and contribute… July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.15

16 Licensing EDUCATIONAL COMMUNITY LICENSE — Sakai’s software is licensed under the terms of the ECL, a variant of the Apache license. The ECL encourages a wide range of use including the production of derivative work in the commercial space. NO FEES OR ROYALTIES — Sakai is free to acquire, use, copy, modify, merge, publish, redistribute & sublicense for any purpose provided our copyright notice & disclaimer are included in all copies of the original or derivative work(s). NO “COPYLEFT” RESTRICTIONS — unlike GPL redistributed derivative works are neither required to adopt the Sakai license nor publish the source code as open-source. July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.16

17 Technical Goals SCALABILITY/RELIABILTY — build enterprise-level software; support > 100,000 users in clustered environments; promote high availability and performance optimization. EXTENSIBLITY — build in component-based expansion with class loader isolation. FLEXIBLITY — simplify local customizations, including internationalization. INTEROPERABLITY/INTEGRATION — achieve seamless integration across tools and systems when appropriate; data interoperability and ability to extend Sakai via web services. SEPARATION OF CONCERNS — maintain clear abstraction boundaries between tools, services, framework, & presentation. July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.17

18 Architecture FRAMEWORK (SAF) — registrar for tools & services; provider of common services; no knowledge of domain objects. SERVICES — provide business logic & persistence mechanisms; service-to- service communication via documented APIs; presentation agnostic. TOOLS — define presentation; exhibit no persistence; discover implementations of APIs at run time using Spring Framework or the Sakai ComponentManager. AGGREGATOR/PORTAL — orchestrates tool placement & configures final UI; receives & dispatches requests to tools after setting properties like “context.” July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.18 Abstract Tool Layout (JSP) Tool Code (Java) Application Services Common Services (SAF) Presentation Services (SAF) Service Interface (APIs) Presentation abstraction WS Client Axis (SAF) WS Endpoint

19 Sakai “Project” Nomenclature Past (Tools & Services) Contrib Provisional Core Future (Capabilities) R&D Incubation Project July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.19

20 Tools, Services, and Capabilities Much of today will be a chance to see and try out the current version of Sakai More soon… July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.20

21 Sakai Release Timelines Project Coordination meetings at Conferences (Monday and Saturday)… Releases supported for two-years; longer, if sufficient community interest and involvement Sakai 2.5 – Current recommended release is Sakai 2.6 – Right after conference will be Sakai 2.7 – early-2010? Sakai 3.0 – 2011/2012? (Early-adopters early- 2010?) Sakai 2.4 – To be deprecated with 2.6 release July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.21

22 Sakai Release Timelines Periodic Maintenance Releases Maintenance Branches (2.4.x, 2.5.x, 2.6.x) – right after conference – in a couple months? Security Patches Advanced Notification Security Contact List July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.22

23 What is Sakai 2.6? Evolutionary step from 2.5 (most robust, stable, widely used release to-date) No major UI changes (need to update support documentation minimized) July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.23

24 Key 2.6 Enhancements Sakai 2.6 Overview Highlights Separate Kernel 1.0 Release “Student View” Site creation templates Added db2 and WebSphere support July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.24

25 Enhanced for 2.6 Tools Assignments Calendar Summary Citations Archive Gradebook Messages Portfolio (OSP) Preferences Resources Schedule Tests & Quizzes (a.k.a. Samigo) Worksite Setup/Site Info Services component Content Hosting Service course-management templateservice entitybroker JSF Web services 2529-Apr-2009

26 Tools with Bug-Fixes only for 2.6 Announcements Chat Help Linktool Login Membership Metaobj MOTD (Message-of-the-Day) MyWorkspace News (RSS) On-Line Podcasts Post'em PreferAble Presence Reset Password Roster Search Section Info SUTool Syllabus Tab Management Users Web Content Worksite Information 2629-Apr-2009

27 Services with Bug-Fixes only for 2.6 Access Alias Authz Build Calendar Content-Review Courier Database Entity Event IMSTI JCR Memory Portlet Privacy Profile Quartz Scheduler Realms Reports Rights Site Sites Skins Test Harness Tool Util Velocity WebDAV WSRP 2729-Apr-2009

28 Services moved to Kernel 1.0 alias authz cluster component content db entity event JCR memory site tool user util 2829-Apr-2009

29 What is 2.7? Initial call posted for ideas… Evaluate based on community interest, community experience, project team support, compatibility, integration, robustness, scalability, accessibility, internationalization, design review, etc. – Sakai Product Council July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.29

30 Suggestions so far 2.7 Wiki rich-text editor (2.6.1?) Assignments 2 Gradebook 2 Site hierarchy support Forums enhancements Simple Content Authoring Look for announcements after conference… July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.30

31 What is Sakai 3.0? Friday is “Sakai 3 Day” New Paradigms Everything is content Capability-focused Independence of user, groups, sites, and content New Development Processes Increase cross- institutional participation Sakai Product Council July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.31

32 Sakai (the Community) is… …a global, diverse group of individuals and organizations interested in and motivated to support Sakai the software and each other. July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.32

33 Sakai Partners Program SPP provides the intellectual, human and financial capital necessary to support both the foundation and the work of the community. Foundation governance Help determine priorities for the community Work cooperatively in every phase of Sakai's software production process. Membership in the Sakai Partners Program is optional and is open to academic institutions, non-profits and commercial organizations committed to Sakai's community-source vision of open-source software development and distribution. July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.33

34 Sakai Partners Program Regular membership: $10,000 per year (less than 3000 student enrollment in largest semester, $5000/year) Sakai Commercial Affiliate (SCA) membership fees based on a sliding scale: $2000 per $1 million in revenues (minimum of $2000/maximum of $10,000) 20% discount for three-year memberships July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.34

35 Sakai Fellowship Awards Acknowledge, celebrate and reward the valuable and significant Sakai volunteer contributors in all areas of Sakai Sakai Fellows: Ian Boston, University of Cambridge Jean-François Lévêque, Université Pierre et Marie Curie Nicolaas Matthijs, University of Cambridge Mathieu Plourde, University of Delaware Janice A. Smith, Three Canoes Consulting Steve Swinsburg, Lancaster University July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.35

36 Community Communications Where to “listen”? Announcements list Newsletter (job postings, excerpts from lists) Where to “speak”? Community lists Wiki (Confluence) Conferences, Workshops, Meet-Ups, User Groups, etc. Where to “research”? list archives, Website, Wiki (Confluence) New Communications Manager

37 Community Themes lists, Conference Tracks, Wiki Spaces, etc. Building Sakai Deploying Sakai Using Sakai

38 Building Sakai Designing, developing, testing, and documenting Sakai learn about the technical details of building tools or integrating services find guidelines for design and development of tools and services locate technical specifications learn about plans for future releases For designers, programmers, developers, and quality assurance July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.38

39 Deploying Sakai Implementing, installing, configuring, and supporting Sakai find release documentation learn about performance tuning browse suggested hardware and software configurations share examples of training, tutorial and support materials For system administrators, database administrators, and technical support staff July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.39

40 Using Sakai Teaching and learning, collaboration, and other uses of Sakai learn about best practices share experience connect with user communities with similar interests, K-12, Higher-Ed, Portfolios For teachers, staff, students, researchers, instructional designers, instructional technologists and end-user support staff July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.40

41 Project Wiki - Confluence July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.41

42 Getting Involved… Development Process Evolving for Sakai 3 (and Sakai 2.7) Everyone should be involved, including end-users, end- user support, instructional designers/technologists, and system/database administrators Key are the resource-controllers and the Product Council Foundation is there only to coordinate New Requirements Process (product and community much more mature now) Community Support Ask and answer questions on the lists Help contribute and maintain wiki content and documentation

43 Agenda TimeTopic 1:00 – 1:30Introductions/Why Sakai? 1:30 – 2:00Overview of Sakai 2:00 – 3:00Using Sakai 3:00 – 3:15Break 3:15 – 4:30Using Sakai (cont’d) 4:30 – 5:00Deploying Sakai (Migration and Integration) 5:00 – 5:30Preview of Conference and Wrap-Up

44 TIME FOR SOME BEST PRACTICES… July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.44

45 Agenda TimeTopic 1:00 – 1:30Introductions/Why Sakai? 1:30 – 2:00Overview of Sakai 2:00 – 3:00Using Sakai 3:00 – 3:15Break 3:15 – 4:30Using Sakai (cont’d) 4:30 – 5:00Deploying Sakai (Migration and Integration) 5:00 – 5:30Preview of Conference and Wrap-Up

46 TIME FOR SOME BEST PRACTICES… …PORTFOLIOS… July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.46

47 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. Introduction to the Open Source Portfolio Janice Smith Three Canoes

48 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. The ePortfolio Process Collection Selection Reflection Connection A continuously iterative process Collect information on yourself and your learning Select information you want to share with specific audiences via a portfolio Reflect upon the meaning of what you share in relation to who you are and who you want to become Connect with others by sharing your portfolio and receiving their feedback (Integrative Learning) (Reflective Learning) (Social Learning)

49 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. Three ePortfolio Archetypes Personal Representation Assessment and Accreditation Teaching and Learning Examples from the rSmart CLE Portfolio Showcase,

50 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. ePortfolio Archetypes - I ePortfolios for Personal Representation Have a developmental focus Guide students in collecting information about themselves Assist students in managing their virtual identity Examples include: Resumes Professional Portfolios Narrative Portfolios

51 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. ePortfolio Archetypes – II ePortfolios for Teaching and Learning Have an educational focus Guide students in creating and submitting portfolio-worthy evidence Evidence is linked to and evaluated according to standards, outcomes, objectives Examples include: General Education portfolios Disciplinary Portfolios Co-Curricular Transcripts

52 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. ePortfolio Archetypes - III ePortfolios for Assessment and Accreditation Focus on acquisition of assessment data for purposes of accreditation Are usually combined with portfolios for teaching and learning User reports to aggregate and analyze assessment data and identify representative artifacts of learning Examples include portfolios for: Assessing institutional outcomes Assessing disciplinary outcomes Combination of the above

53 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. Sakai Portfolio Tools Portfolio Sites Resources Forms Matrices Wizards Glossary Evaluations Styles Portfolio Layouts Portfolios Portfolio Templates Reports Goal Management Data Points

54 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. OSP Tool Interactions

55 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. Portfolio Sites Differentiated from course / project sites Specifically dedicated to portfolio work Specialized tools/roles /permissions Portfolio tools also available for course and project sites

56 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. Forms Created with xsd via Forms tool xsd may be generated using Form Builder tool Available for export/import Accessed through and stored in Resources Used for Providing reflection prompts Offering feedback and evaluation Structuring participant content Matrices Wizards Portfolios

57 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. Wizards Allow the creation of a series of screens to "scaffold" users through the process of entering the data to use in creating portfolios Two types of wizards in OSP: Sequential Wizards A set of pages presented one after the other. Hierarchical wizards A nested tree of categories and pages Wizard pages can include guidance (instructions, rationale and examples) for the portfolio user Creators of wizards can add forms to wizard pages to prompt portfolio owners, reviewers and evaluators to provide Evidence and documentation of learning Reflections Feedback Evaluations

58 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. Wizard Pages The designer may also allow users to attach files to individual forms.

59 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. Matrices Matrices are a type of wizard Matrix cells are almost identical to wizard pages Matrices allow: Application of styles Customization of Rows and columns For each cell Instruction, rationale, examples Progression across cell Reflection Feedback Evaluation

60 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. Matrices

61 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. Evaluations Instructor resource for receiving student submissions of matrix cells and wizard pages Allow instructors to submit evaluations without accessing matrix or wizard Instructors with permission may also access matrices and wizards of individual students via drop-down menus in matrix and wizard tools

62 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. Portfolios May be created from portfolio templates May also be created freeform by user User selects content and applies style and layout Choice of styles and layouts supplied by site organizer or portfolio admin Resume Portfolio created using a portfolio template

63 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. Matrix Portfolio Created from the data within a matrix

64 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. Co-Curricular Transcript May be created with or without a matrix

65 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. Portfolio Templates Created with.xml and used to structure and display student evidence of learning according to the student’s choice of audience..

66 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. Reports Require use of report templates (definitions) Templates specify data to be collected Data may be displayed, printed, and/or exported May be created using Sakai Reports tool New OSP data warehouse organization for extracting form data available Fall 2009 Integration of Pentajo open source reporting application with Sakai Direct SQL query of OSP data warehouse tables Community seeking database experts to finish structuring XML data in OSP data warehouse for forms and other data structures

67 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. Portfolio Admin Site with admin tools for portfolios Allows membership in site for use of admin tools Houses global Forms Glossary items Portfolio Layouts Styles Report templates (definitions)

68 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. Challenges to Using OSP Functional knowledge of the tools and how they work together Takes significant time to understand Much of that time will be spent unproductively Technical knowledge Not every shop understands the XML stack, or how to apply the knowledge to OSP Where the technical knowledge exists, the connection to the pedagogy may not be there Portfolio implementations are much more than tech projects Ongoing leadership is essential in sustaining the effort into the future

69 July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A. OSP Community Resources OSP Community Weekly phone conference, listserv, OSP documentation and resources OSP Community Library Use cases and data structures for export Sakai Confluence OSP documentation and resources rSmart CLE Portfolio Showcase Three archetypal portfolio implementations with data structures for export Three Canoes Consulting Services for Sakai/OSP implementation

70 Agenda TimeTopic 1:00 – 1:30Introductions/Why Sakai? 1:30 – 2:00Overview of Sakai 2:00 – 3:00Using Sakai 3:00 – 3:15Break 3:15 – 4:30Using Sakai (cont’d) 4:30 – 5:00Deploying Sakai (Migration and Integration) 5:00 – 5:30Preview of Conference and Wrap-Up

71 TIME FOR SOME BEST PRACTICES… …CONTINUED… July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.71

72 Agenda TimeTopic 1:00 – 1:30Introductions/Why Sakai? 1:30 – 2:00Overview of Sakai 2:00 – 3:00Using Sakai 3:00 – 3:15Break 3:15 – 4:30Using Sakai (cont’d) 4:30 – 5:00Deploying Sakai (Migration and Integration) 5:00 – 5:30Preview of Conference and Wrap-Up

73 TIME FOR DEPLOYMENT STORIES… July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.73

74 Deployment Experiences Integration Migration Support Marist College Texas State University July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.74

75 Marist College Sakai Transition Overview Josh Baron Director Academic Technology and eLearning

76 Marist College Snapshot Comprehensive liberal arts college Located in Poughkeepsie, New York 5700 FTE students, 200 full-time faculty, 500 part-time faculty Reputation as technology innovator Strategic plan calls for growth in distance learning

77 iLearn (Sakai) Environment Blade 64 bit servers (2 app, web, & database) Running Linux, Apache, Tomcat, mySQL Planning move to IBM DB2/WAS Also looking at running Sakai on System z Currently integrated with IA Plus (SIS) Migrating to Banner, SIS module 2010

78 Phased Implementation Model Phase I: March 2006 (NSF Funded) Rigorous internal system testing Started small scale pilot with one cohort Phase II: Fall 2006 (NSF Funded) Expanded production pilot Upgraded to new version, migrated content Phase III: Fall 2007 (Production Pilot) Established rSmart partnership Faculty adoption and communication strategy

79 Evaluating Sakai - Decision Criteria Functionality Requirements Where there Critical, Essential or Desirable functionality gaps? Staffing and Support Requirements Would we need to hire more staff? Health of the Sakai Community Is the Sakai Community here to stay? Reliability & Scalability Can we scale up over the next decade to meet demand? Realizing Innovation Would innovation truly be realized?

80 Sakai Transition Overview Sakai Conversion Rates Goal for Fall 08: 15%; Result: 65%, we will complete transition in one year Training Services Academic Technology Institutes: Introduction to Sakai, Refresher, & Open Labs (range of delivery formats) Support Services Developed Best Practices Booklet, FAQs, Web Tutorials, Student Tip Sheets Migration Services Migrated data from old CMS to Sakai and used Course Migration Guide model

81 What are we doing now? Expanding ePortfolio pilots Related to Core Curriculum redesign and Middlestates accreditation Starting to see major use of Project Sites Faculty committees, administrative groups, student clubs (> 90 sites to date) Integration with SIS has increased productivity Worked with rSmart on integration, Banner SIS is next Teaching and Learning innovation Instructors are moving from “transition” to innovation Teaching with Sakai Innovation Award

82 Texas State Sakai Transition Overview Salwa Kahn

83 Example Staffing Levels (circa 2007) July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.83 Code CommitsHIGH MED LOW Role Michigan (45K users) Stanford (14K users) Rutgers (27K users) GA Tech (20K users) UCT (25K users) Yale (15K users) Cerritos (20K users) Rice (10K users) PM Technical Lead Sys Admin DBA Developer QA UI Designer Instructional Designer Technical Writer End-User Support Trainer Totals

84 Agenda TimeTopic 1:00 – 1:30Introductions/Why Sakai? 1:30 – 2:00Overview of Sakai 2:00 – 3:00Using Sakai 3:00 – 3:15Break 3:15 – 4:30Using Sakai (cont’d) 4:30 – 5:00Deploying Sakai (Migration and Integration) 5:00 – 5:30Preview of Conference and Wrap-Up Q & A

85 Conference Overview and Wrap-Up July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.85

86 10 th Sakai Conference Denver New Orleans Baltimore Austin Vancouver Atlanta Amsterdam Newport Beach Paris Boston July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.86

87 Regional Conferences Africa Europe Australia China Japan United States July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.87

88 Regional and Language Communities New York City Spanish Sakai Sakai Japan July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.88

89 Suggested Sessions Tech demos Thursday night Teaching with Sakai award winner presentations (will be recorded) Showcase – Tool/Capability demonstrations Newcomers Reception (this evening)

90 Conference Tracks Multiple Audiences Building Sakai Deploying Sakai Using Sakai Portfolio Showcase July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.90

91 Suggested Sessions – Multiple Audiences Wed 15:15-16:00 Sakai Foundation Update Wed 16:00-16:45 Sakai Foundation Board Q&A Wed 13:15-14:15 Community Gathering: Reinventing the Requirements Gathering Process Fri 09:30-10:25 Sakai 3.0 RC1 – Towards Sakai’s Next Generation Version July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.91

92 Suggested Sessions – Building Sakai Wed 09: :45 Sakai Development Process Thu 13: :45 Why Sakai for Building Apps? Toward a compelling application platform Fri 13: :30 Participating in Sakai 3

93 Suggested Sessions – Deploying Sakai Thur11:00-12:00 Sakai at the Claremont Colleges Wed 11:00-12:00 Learn the Secrets to a Smooth Sakai Transition

94 Suggested Sessions – Using Sakai Wed 11:00-12:00 Faculty Success Stories Wed 14:15-15:00 Faculty Stories About Sakai Fri 13:45-14:45 An Honest Look at Sakai

95 Suggested Sessions – Portfolio Wed 13:15-14:30 OSP User Experience: Current Examples and Calls for Future Wed 16:35-17:30 Building your First OSP template

96 Have a Good Conference! See you at the Newcomers Reception… 6:00-7:00pm Riverside Pavilion (the big white tent) July th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.96


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