We have used a Phase implementation. Each phase has been split over two semesters with development of course material one semester and then the instructor using the application to assist in teaching the course the next semester. At this point we have had about 40 Instructors teach about 60 courses with Sakai. In Fall 2007 we are opening up to the campus and all new course material will be developed in Sakai, faculty teaching with our old system will have the choice of migrating old course kits to Sakai or using ViCKi.
Sunset to Sunrise: The University of Windsor Evolution of Sakai Purita Bristow Assistant Director, Enterprise Information Systems Services Branden Visser Application Programmer, IT Services Terry Collins LMS Administrator & Coordinator, Centre for Teaching & Learning Lorna Stolarchuk Learning Technology Trainer, Centre for Teaching & Learning
best way to get the software developed quickly and at virtually no cost
creates a community of avid supporters, people actively involved in promoting and helping others use the software.
Fairly large number of developers working on a very sophisticated code
11th Sakai Conference - June 15-17, 2010
S/I 2006 Fall 2006 Winter 2007 S/I 2007 Fall 2007 Winter 2008 -> Pre-Pilot Phase I (5 courses – no DE) Development Implementation Phase II (15 c ourses - incl DE) Development Implementation Phase III ( add S/I 2007 DE +) Development Implementation Phase IV (open to all) Development Implementation Phase V Migration of ViCKi kits to Sakai Sakai Rollout Process in Windsor
a self directed team that handled the overall management of the LMS project. Membership: Assistant Director of Enterprise Information Systems Services, Assistant Director of Client Support Services, Manager – Centre of Teaching and Learning