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Collaborating in a New Paradigm (It's Not Always About Java)

Speaker(s): Stephen Rehberg; Janet de Vry

Session Abstract

Georgia Institute of Technology (GT) and the University of Delaware (UDEL) have entered into an informal partnership to leverage resources to launch Sakai. GT has new staff (programmers, designers, and trainers). UDEL, lacking staff buildup, is offering software testing, course population with student data, usability testing, and writing documentation.

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