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 … Continue reading What’s Coming in Sakai 11?
The most important aspect of the upgrade is to make it as smooth as possible and minimize frustration and headache for both faculty and students. Sakai is a world class, open source learning management system providing a platform for tens of thousands of students in various educational settings and used by the likes of Duke, Standford, Oxford and … Continue reading Upgrade Schedule Rationale
Course sites are created for all courses offered by the University, even if it's an independent study course. These course sites are periodically updated to reflect the current registered enrollment reflected at My.JohnsonU.edu in keeping with Add/Drop and Withdraw deadlines. Once a course site is created, it's left in an unpublished state, and not available … Continue reading How do I publish a course in Sakai?
Even Amazon has it - a way to log out of the site when you're done. Sakai's logout process is much the same. Locate the Logout area at the top right near where you see your name listed and/or your profile image. If you're accessing Sakai from a mobile or small device just click the … Continue reading How do I log out of Sakai 11?
Tired of trying to find your courses? Read on to find out how to find them in Sakai 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.