Webinar Series Video Highlights
Apereo Event Videos
The Apereo You Tube channel is over at https://www.youtube.com/user/apereo/videos and Sakai has it's own You Tube channel at http://bit.ly/youtubesakai .
An Introduction to the CAS Ecosystem
Jérôme Leleu - Chair of the CAS PMC
Sakai - Accessibility
Xerte Online Toolkits
The Xerte Project provides a suite of award-winning open-source tools for elearning developers and content authors producing interactive learning materials. The tools are in use in institutions and organisations all over the world, with an enthusiastic community of users, and an active team of developers working to bring new features and enhancements to the software.This webinar provides an introduction to Xerte.
An Open Source Analytics Vision - 18th February 2015
Learning analytics is at a critical juncture in its lifecycle. To date, much of the learning analytics-related research, software development, and standards work that exists has taken place in relative isolation. This lack of collaboration, openness, and integrated systems greatly limits the potential of learning analytics. LA initiatives have typically been dependent upon "closed" systems, proprietary data models and single use tools.
Sakai Wiki Future - 4th February 2015
Our existing Sakai wiki is aging, no longer seems to meet the functional needs of the community, and is not technically sustainable. Yet when asked whether Sakai needs a wiki tool or not, we hear from a number of members of the community that we do need a wiki as part of Sakai. So what are the right questions?
Introducing UniTime - December 2014
UniTime is a comprehensive educational scheduling system that supports developing course and exam timetables, managing changes to these timetables, sharing rooms with other events, and scheduling students to individual classes. It is a distributed system that allows multiple university and departmental schedule managers to coordinate efforts to build and modify a schedule that meets their diverse organizational needs while allowing for minimization of student course conflicts. It can be used alone to create and maintain a school's schedule of classes and/or exams, or interfaced with an existing student information system.