Why German Universities Choose Moodle Instead of Sakai
Speaker(s): Andreas Wittke; Rolf Granow
Luebeck was the first German University who runs Sakai in production. Last October six German universities from the oncampus network decided to replace the commercial Blackboard System by an Open-Source-System, but they choose Moodle instead of Sakai. Sakai has to focus on the requirements of the user to have a real chance against Moodle in Germany.
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