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General Info


Using Sakai


Monday, June 30, 2008, from 1:30 to 4:30 PM


Amphi 55B


This workshop is designed to expose participants to a range of innovative uses of Sakai tools in the teaching and learning process. The workshop will cover using Sakai at Michigan and Marist to enhance a classroom-based course. The workshop will also show the use of ETudes and show how Sakai can be used in a distance education context.

Main Presenters / Moderators

Charles Severance, Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Information, University of Michigan.
Joshua Baron, Director of Academic Technology & eLearning, Marist College.


Mathieu Plourde, University of Delaware.
Robin Hill, University of Wyoming.
Kate Ellis, Indiana University Bloomington.
Steven Foehr, RINET,

Sign-Up List

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Tentative Agenda



Introduction to the Teaching and Learning Group and pre-conference session

15 minutes

Dr. Chuck - Extending Learning Outside the Walls of the Virtual Classroom

45 Minutes

Tooling Around with Sakai - Tool-based Teaching Strategies

30 Minutes


10 minutes

Open Mic Session - Participants share their tool-based teaching strategies

30 minutes

Teaching the Teachers - Professional Development Models

40 minutes

Open Mic Session - Participants share professional development models 

20 minutes