This year we’ve already shared notes from Anthology Together in Orlando (for Blackboard Learn), InstructureCon Online (for Canvas), D2L Fusion in Boston (for Brightspace), and MoodleMoot Global (for Moodle). Today we’re going to add notes from Sakai Virtual Conference 2022. For dozens of readers . . . we’ll see.

Decline and Survival of Sakai

Understanding a 2022 Sakai conference requires a basic understanding of the system’s history and decline. Sakai was created in 2004 as a free community source system combining functionality from multiple US research institution homegrown systems, primarily from the University of Michigan’s CHEF LMS. Sakai is administered through the Apereo Foundation.


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