Tag Archives: Sakai 3

Community Source Is Dead

As Phil noted in yesterday’s post, Kuali is moving to a for-profit model, and it looks like it is motivated more by sustainability pressures than by some grand affirmative vision for the organization. There has been a long-term debate in … Continue reading

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Sakai OAE 1.0 Released

I’m a little late reporting this, but the Sakai community has released the long-awaited 1.0 version of its Open Academic Environment platform (formerly known as Sakai 3). Here’s an overview: As you’ll see, it takes a very different approach from … Continue reading

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Migrating to Sakai

When I speak to people from schools that are currently involved in an LMS selection process, I very often hear the following assumptions and line of reasoning: Sakai 2 hasn’t set the world on fire, and anyway, it’s going to … Continue reading

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Sakai 3 Roadmap and Progress

Up until now, it would have been fair to call Sakai 3 a mature experiment. Two years of work have been invested, mostly by Cambridge, to test out some ideas about the design, architecture, and development ecosystem of next-generation virtual … Continue reading

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Sakai 3 Learning Capabilities Lenses

A while back, I asked David Goodrum to write a guest post about some of the work that the Sakai Teaching & Learning Group has been doing to articulate the educational goals and requirements for Sakai 3. The document that … Continue reading

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