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Spaghetti Migration: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly

Brief Abstract

Any transition to a new version or new learning system presents technology, support and user challenges. This session presents lessons learned from the Johns Hopkins experience migrating to Sakai 2.6. Walk away with concrete examples, ideas, and new tools you can customize to your instance/school to ensure consistent quality as you upgrade or migrate to Sakai.

Full Abstract

No matter how prepared you are—or think you are—for a learning system transition, there are always "unknown" factors. Questions about testing and evaluation needs, issue escalation processes and procedures, replicating configurations, communication with commercial support, and more. In the spirit of open communities and sharing, Johns Hopkins will share their Sakai migration experience, along with valuable new insights in procedures and documentation. Participants in this session will walk away with concrete examples, ideas, and new tools you can customize to your instance/school to ensure consistent quality as you upgrade or migrate to Sakai.