In just over two weeks – the Fall 2016 term will end. At almost the same time, Sakai, the learning management system used by Johnson University (Tennessee, Florida and Online) will undergo an upgrade from Sakai 10.2 to 11.2.
This upgrade has been planned for well over 6 months and as with any upgrade hopes to bring better continuity and usefulness to a tool as used by both faculty and students within the context of face to face, hybrid and online courses offered by Johnson University.
So what are the biggest changes you can expect to see? Apart from reading through the detailed list of changes and new features here’s a simple bullet point list:
- Gradebook upgrade providing spreadsheet grade entry
- Clean, modern interface
- Significantly improved mobile functionality (responsiveness)
- New and improved features in the Lessons tool
- Favorite and better organize sites