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According Amazon's Dashboard (screenshot below), the issue which affected some portions of access to course sites in Sakai has been resolved (5:08 EST). Faculty and students are encouraged to continue to working in Sakai normally. If you experience any issues logging in, accessing course content, submitting grades or assignments, to contact the HelpDesk. Students experiencing … Continue reading AWS Reports Issue Resolved
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Turn It In is generally understood to be a plagiarism detection service and refers to itself as a way to improve "the student writing cycle by preventing plagiarism and providing rich feedback to students." Faculty can use the TII service when they use the Assignments tool in Sakai. When faculty elect to use the TII service … Continue reading What is Turn It In?
Summary This article summarizes Sakai, what it is and how it's used by students and faculty. Sakai is an open-source Collaboration and Learning Environment software. It provides the framework, tool-set and environment for faculty to conduct and manage courses and for students to engage and interact in those courses. Courses available in Sakai include online, … Continue reading What is Sakai?
Summary This article includes instructions on how to add students as participants to courses in Sakai. Faculty instructors are responsible for adding students to their respective courses in Sakai. After obtaining the official list from FacultyAccess a few days prior to the start of the course, place the student’s full johnsonu.edu email address into the … Continue reading How are students added to my course roster in Sakai?