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Enhanced Syllabus Tool

A session at Open Apereo 2013 Conference (Jasig & Sakai)

  • Hui Jin

Tuesday 4th June, 2013

4:00pm to 4:45pm (PST)

Columbia University is working on enhancements to the syllabus tools to make it more robust and user friendly. The enhancements are being done by Longsight and are slated for completion in April 2013. Columbia plans to pilot the enhanced tool in summer before a full role out in Fall 13 term.

The enhanced Syllabus tool will have the capability of attaching date and time stamp to items to allow it to be linked to the calender. In addition, instructors will be able to create multiple items with or without date all at once. The tool will also have bulk update feature to allow updates to all titles, link to calendar, conversion of draft to post and delete. A table of content view is also being developed for easier read for both instructors and students.

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Hui Jin

Lead Developer

Hui is a Lead Developer at Columbia University with a Masters in Computer Science from New York University. She has been working with Teaching and Learning Application Group transitioning all faculties and students to Sakai as the new course management system in the university.

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Bryan Holladay

Senior Developer

17 attendees

  • Brian Broniak
  • Bryan Holladay
  • David Bauer
  • Francesca
  • MarilynD
  • Matthew Jones
  • Juan Carlos Morales
  • Kyle Murphy
  • Matthew McCarty
  • Michael Brousseau
  • Megan May
  • Loretta Howard
  • Mike Osterman
  • Omer Piperdi
  • Rayne Vieger
  • Ravi
  • Ryan Allen

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  • Karen McPhaul

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When

Time 4:00pm4:45pm PST

Date Tue 4th June 2013

Where

Opal, The Westin San Diego

Short URL

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Official event site

conf2013.apereo.org

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