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Faculty or staff use of Sakai that is worth replicating.

Free webinar! Increasing Student Engagement with the Sakai Wiki

Published on: Author: Mathieu Plourde

Join us for an interactive presentation on February 22 by Dr. Scott Bowman, Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice at Texas State University and former recipient of the Teaching with Sakai Innovation Award. Increasing Student Engagement with the Sakai Wiki Wednesday, February 22, 2012 3 pm – 4 pm [Register now!] Dr. Bowman began the… Continue reading

Free Sakai webinar: UNC professor shares his pathology course

Published on: Author: Mathieu Plourde

Dr. Howard Reisner, UNC Medical School Mark your calendar and plan to attend the next Teaching with Sakai webinar series. Dr. Howard Reisner (UNC-Chapel Hill) is teaching a one week block that introduces second year medical students to pathology–specifically, the causes and progression of disease as expressed in tissue. Engaging medical students in pathology Key elements:… Continue reading

IU Professor discusses Sakai “wikifolios, wikiflections and exams”

Published on: Author: Mathieu Plourde

Dr. Daniel Hickey, IU-Bloomington You are invited to register for the third webinar in the Teaching with Sakai webinar series! This month, Dr. Daniel Hickey, Associate Professor and Director, Learning Sciences at Indiana University, will share his experiences using Sakai. Wikifolios, Wikiflections, & Exams for Online Participation, Understanding & Achievement Monday, November 21 3 –… Continue reading