Implementing Sakai at Your Institution

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

Wednesday 5th June, 2013

10:00am to 10:45am (PST)

Transition in a higher education institutes is never easy. But transitioning from a vendor model to an open-source or community-source solution, particularly at small and mid-size institution, presents unique challenges. With institutions currently facing the decisions on upgrading to a new version of a vendor product, there is a growing interest in understanding what is involved in implementing Sakai at your institution. In addition, many smaller institutions that have gone without course management systems are beginning to realize the central role this technology is and will increasingly play in the teaching and learning process online and on-campus. These questions and related issues will be answered and addressed during this session. This session will focus on Marist College and its smooth transition to Sakai.

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Reba-Anna Lee

Associate director of Academic Technology

Dr. Reba-Anna Lee is currently the Associate Director of Academic Technology and eLearning at Marist College. Her extensive background includes over 10 years of K-12 experience as well as 6 years of higher education administrative and teaching experience.
Dr. Lee's interest span from electronic portfolios to faculty technology. Dr. Lee is also interested in the research of online environments, training faculty, and innovative technology use in the classroom.

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  • Angela Rabuck
  • Joshua Swink
  • Reba-Anna Lee
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Time 10:00am10:45am PST

Date Wed 5th June 2013


Diamond II, The Westin San Diego

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