In order for Sakai to mature as a set of tools and a framework to support teaching and learning, there are a number of things that need to be explored:
* Interoperability
* Ease of Authoring
* Providing a Quality Learning Experience
* Tracking Performance
* Lowering the Barrier to Use
* Add your concern/question here...
* Well, what about questions like "How does the Sakai toolset relate to problem-based learning?" or "Why is the Sakai toolset so much better for constructivist learning than (e.g.) Blackboard?" {Wytze Koopal}

This worksite will be used to explore issues related to providing support for good pedagogy in Sakai.  The following projects and areas of exploration are part of this discussion:
* [Learning Design Requirements]
* [LD using Workflow]
* [IMS-LD in Sakai]
* [LAMS in Sakai]
* [Tool Ideas]

Some older materials currently found in [Sakaipedia|ENC:Home]:
* [Learning Activities|ENC:Use Cases for Learning Activities]
* [Sakai and Pedagogy|ENC:Sakai and Pedagogy]
* [Influential Tools|ENC:Innovative Learning Tools-that can influence our ideas about tools for Sakai]
* [Learning Blogs|ENC:Instructional Technology and Learning Blogs]
* [Content|ENC:Learning Objects-Content-Online Textbooks]
* [Understanding Written Communications|ENC:Understanding Written Communications Tools]
* [Learning Design|ENC:Learning Design]
* [Content Delivery|ENC:Content Delivery]
* [Learning Research|ENC:Learning Research]
* [Notes from June 2005 Meeting|ENC:Pedagogy DG Meeting Notes at June SEPP in Baltimore]
This space is an interactive documentation process.  While you should give thought to what you add here, don't be afraid to edit existing pages or add add new ones.  Confluence is very good at tracking versions, so you can go back to see what changed at any time.