Welcome to Sakai!
Sakai is an open-source Collaboration and Learning Environment (CLE). For more information, please visit our main website. If you're new to the Sakai Community, take a look at Getting Started with Sakai.
This site is the Sakai community wiki, supporting community collaboration around building, deploying, and using Sakai. Wiki content falls into four broad categories:
- General Information - about Sakai, (learn about conferences and meetings; partners program and commercial affiliates program; demos)
- Building Sakai - designing, developing, testing, and documenting (learn about the technical details of building tools or integrating services; find guidelines for design and development of tools and services; locate technical specifications; learn about plans for future releases)
- Deploying Sakai - installing, implementing, configuring, and supporting (find release documentation; learn about performance tuning; browse suggested hardware and software configurations; share examples of training, tutorial and support documentation)
- Using Sakai - collaborating, teaching and learning, and other uses (learn about best practices; share experiences; connect with user communities with similar interests, K-12, Higher-Ed, Portfolios)
Contributing to the Sakai Community
This forum has been created for communication about the Sakai online collaboration and learning environment and other projects of the Sakai Foundation, a non-profit organization. By participating in this forum, (1) you agree that unless otherwise clearly indicated, all of your communications are intended as contributions to the Foundation on behalf of yourself or your institution under the terms of a Contributor License Agreement or a Corporate Contributor License Agreement between your institution and the Sakai Foundation, as applicable. If no such agreement is on file, you agree your contribution may be used under the terms of the Educational Community License Version 2.0 or future versions of the Educational Community License promulgated by the Sakai Foundation; and (2) you represent that to the best of your knowledge, either you have all rights required to make such contribution, or you are proposing the use of third party open source software and have identified the software and the relevant license.