Beyond Usability - Improving Sociability for Teaching and Learning in Sakai
Speaker(s): Paul Turner, University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, MO, USA email@example.com
How can Sakai be made more 'sociable' to enhance formal and informal social interaction and collaborative learning experiences? This session will summarize the latest research and design work focused on increasing activity awareness 'in context' as a means-to-an-end for improving the social nature of teaching and learning in Sakai.
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