For the past year, many of you have tried Sakai for courses, committees, projects, and research. Thank you for your contributions to this project! We learned many things about Sakai, but more importantly we learned about our unique campus needs. Below, Asst. Professor Phil Edwards talks more about this and his interest in Sakai.
In order to be able to customize Sakai in the future if our campus wishes to, we have migrated to a new, 100% “native Sakai” environment.
This means your sites may look a little different than before. It also means you have some new tools! We hope you like the new Page Order tool.