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Duke’s move from Blackboard to Sakai has officially begun! Over 150 Duke faculty and instructors have been chosen to participate in Phase 1 of the Sakai transition. If you think you’d like to develop your course(s) in Sakai for Fall 2011, applications are still being accepted until July 8 – apply today.
CIT is also offering a full slate of workshops and training opportunities in July and August. Whether you’re working on a course for this Fall, or just curious about what Sakai is and how it works, all faculty, instructors or staff (who work with instructors on course sites) are welcome to attend. Check our Sakai training page for more details.
For more information about the Sakai transition, visit Duke’s Sakai site: http://sakai.duke.edu.
Shawn lead CIT’s work with other groups on campus to plan the evolution of Duke’s suite of eLearning tools, platforms and collaborations including Sakai, WordPress, Kaltura, Coursera and others. Shawn has extensive experience working with groups across the university and with technology vendors to select, integrate and support tools for teaching and learning.
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