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Changes in Sakai (from 10 to 11)

Sakai 11’s upcoming launch is sure to shake things up, but it’ll provide some much needed improvement and here’s a few things you can be on the look out for.

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Sites Drawer in Sakai 11

Looking ahead at the up-and-coming version of Sakai – Sakai 11, there will be several new changes – all meant to add better functionality not just the addition of new bells and whistles. One such improvement is the sites ‘drawer’.

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How do I know a student finished a quiz or assessment in Sakai?

Whether you’re teaching an online course or otherwise, having assessments automatically graded and added into a student’s grade is a great time saving feature, and can even be used as a mechanism to give student’s opportunities to practice and retain

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Grading Scale Update – Checking the Grading Scale in Sakai

As part of the annual end of the year meetings last year – the university adopted a formalized grading scale.  As stated in the current catalog (page 294) “All Johnson professors use this scale unless the unique demands of their

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A Quick Overview of an Online Course in Sakai

Getting a handle on what an online course might ‘look’ like is kinda tough, given that it’s not confined by four walls and a class-time twice a week. Figuring out how an online course work can take some guidance and

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