What makes the Sakai Community unique is the generosity and contributions of its members — from all areas of the globe. Sakai Conferences provide a great opportunity to connect with colleagues, generate new ideas, and see how others have solved problems or are employing innovative techniques. Planning is underway for a Sakai Regional Conference in Atlanta for Spring 2011 and you are invited to participate:
Join in the planning and consider submitting proposals when the call goes out!
Below is a clip of Rob Moore, UNC School of Government talking about his experience at his first Sakai Conference in Denver, June 2010.
If budgets are tight and travel is not an option, there are many ways to participate right now. Do you have accessibility expertise to share? An interest in mobile learning? Perhaps the Distance Learning subgroup of the Teaching and Learning discussion group is where you can not only learn from others but also give your time and talents to the collective.
We invite you to consider how you can contribute, learn, and grow professionally in the process.