Student Interaction with a Sakai VLE in Plant Sciences
Speaker(s): Katy Jordan; Frances Tracy; Keith Johnstone
In October 2006 the Department of Plant Sciences at Cambridge University began running its first undergraduate course based in a Sakai environment. Here, we will reflect on what we've learnt from this year and share our tips, focusing on trends in usage by students from site stats and student feedback.
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