Sakai is a flexible learning management system that doesn’t require you to compromise your teaching. It will help you achieve your unique vision. Because it’s truly open source, you’re not confined to the features defined by a vendor. You are in control, not the learning management system.
Engaging every student – isn’t that each instructor’s goal? So how does Sakai help learners and teachers achieve this? Think best practices.
Sakai makes it easy for students to engage with their coursework. A clean user interface puts content at the learner’s fingertips and encourages engagement, focus and retention. How? With multiple tools that foster interaction among students and faculty through one-to-one, one-to-many and many-to-many channels via email, texts, web conferences and chat. Read our whitepaper, Sakai and the Seven Principles to learn more.
A Closer Look at Sakai:
- Author collaboratively
- Store private content
- Share resources
- Develop presentations and blogs
- Stay on track with course calendars
- Private spaces for writing drafts and journals
- Group spaces for structured and unstructured collaboration
- Public spaces for blogs, wikis and portfolios
- Manage fully online courses
- Conduct blended models of delivery; online and in person
- Give community groups and organizations tools to be effective
- Synchronous and asynchronous interactions
Course evaluations, user analytics, ePortfolios, mobile support and over 30 native tools all come standard. Instructors even have tools to help identify unengaged, at-risk students or ineffective course materials.