Monthly Sakai Showcase
Upcoming Monthly Mighty Project Site Group Showcases
Ever wish you could see and explore what other institutions are doing with Sakai? Do you feel you may be using project sites in a unique way and wondering who else out there may be doing the same? The Mighty Project Site group exists for these very reasons!
This group originated as a result of a session at 2014’s Sakai Virtual Conference, and has been meeting monthly ever since. This collaborative and supportive group includes teaching faculty, educational technologists, and IT personnel, which spans back-end/administrator, front-end/trainer, and teacher expertise with Sakai. Our mission is to work towards benchmarking standards of use of project sites in Sakai through collaboration and showcasing of our institutions’ instances of Sakai.
Our upcoming monthly meetings will be a series of Sakai showcases, during which the presenter will highlight a variety of aspects about their instance, such as use of course vs. project sites, common tools, roles/permissions, general support challenges, site host, site creation policies, etc.
If you want to see what other institutions are doing, then don’t miss out!
The dates, and “showcasers”, are as follows:
- Nov 9, 2015 – Trisha Gordon, University of Virginia
- Dec 14, 2015 – Jennifer Loudiana, Walsh University
- Jan 11, 2016 – Sarah Kentner, Loyola University Chicago
- Feb 8, 2016 – Harold Hale, Antioch University
- March 14, 2016 – Adam Marshall, University of Oxford
- April 11, 2016 – Rebecca Taylor, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
If you’d like to join in, or would like to request more information, please email Rebecca Taylor at rtaylor[at]cmcc[dot]ca