Category Archives: syllabus

OER: SALSA – an open source syllabus builder

The open source, web-based SALSA (Styled & Accessible Learning Service Agreements) is a syllabus authoring tool from Utah State University’s Center for Innovative Design & Instruction. It is based on the design of the PDF Syllabus Builder. No registration of … Continue reading

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Open Syllabus and Sakai

There is a syllabus tool in Sakai, but it is generally just a static document. There is no semantic or tool integration. There is a need for a tool to organise all the resources in one place. This sounds like … Continue reading

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Instructor Driven Course Site Design

Image via Wikipedia Yitna Firdyiwek is Faculty Consultant in Instructional Technology at the University of Virginia. Abstract:Sakai is now in full production at the University of Virginia where its adoption rate has been steadily growing over the last two and … Continue reading

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