While there are some improvements to accessibility and some on-going tweaks to improve color contrast issues, the upgrade to Sakai will not affect the overall appearance that much. For mobile users - the difference in course navigation will be much-improved. Desktop/Laptop view: Sakai 11 Following Upgrade: Mobile view (Sakai 11/Post-Upgrade): More detail will be … Continue reading Will Sakai look different following the upgrade?
Looking for a quick easy and FREE (did we say FREE) synchronous way to engage students actively in a course presentation? What if you did so by having students raise their hands? Doesn't sound revolutionary does it? Ok fine. What about trying Slido? Or perhaps try other similar tools like it, such as Socrative, Poll … Continue reading F2F or Online Presentation Engagement
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 course content meant for application later. Sometimes though the question comes up? How do I … Continue reading How do I know a student finished a quiz or assessment in Sakai?
Summary This article includes information about the My Workspace area of Sakai. Once you login to Sakai, you'll be presented with the My Workspace area, which includes the Message Of The Day, Message Center Notifications, Calendar and Recent Announcements. My Workspace also gives you access to the following navigation buttons to the left: Membership (lets … Continue reading What is My Workspace in Sakai?
Publishing a Course:Publishing a course has gotten easier with the new version of Sakai (2.9.1) – a button up near the location that used to simply indicate a course’s publish state has now been replaced with a ‘Publish Now’ button, adding function to form. To publish a site, simply click on the Publish Now button. … Continue reading How do I publish a course in Sakai?
Summary This article includes information on what your username and password are for most services available to you as a student or faculty member. Usernames and passwords are typically issued within 30 days from the time you’ve been accepted and confirmed that you’ll be attending Johnson University or after you’ve been officially hired as a … Continue reading What is my password?
Summary This article includes information on what your username and password are for most services available to you as a student or faculty member. Services include: Sakai (where courses and course materials are posted) Office365 (Microsoft's Office Web Apps, SkyDrive Pro and Outlook Email) Campus Classroom and Lab computer login Student Email (Outlook via Office365) … Continue reading What is my username and password?