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How can I share a website from site menu?

You can post website links in various places (from a Lessons pages or in Resources), but if it’s a critical website your students should use frequently (eg, the Libraries, a textbook page), you may wish to create the link in the … Continue reading

Posted at 3:37 p.m. Aug. 30, 2018, by in Sakai, Sharing Documents

Sakai: restricting access to specific student groups, for a folder in Resources

You may want to assign folders for document sharing (using the Resources tool) to specific groups of students. First, you’ll need to create the group(s) that you’d like to have access to the folder; then, you can create the folder and … Continue reading

Posted at 1:45 p.m. March 12, 2015, by in Sakai, Sharing Documents

Copying content to Resources folder

Copying content to Resources folder This will explain how to copy content from one Sakai site’s Resources folder to another Sakai site’s Resources folder. You should do this from the Sakai site to which you would like to copy resources. … Continue reading

Posted at 10:12 a.m. Sept. 19, 2014, by in Sakai, Sharing Documents

Sakai: Replace Syllabus

Sakai: Replace Syllabus If you have already posted your syllabus as a Word doc in Sakai, you may find that you need to replace it with an updated version. First, you must edit the original Word document syllabus and save the new … Continue reading

Posted at 3:53 p.m. Aug. 14, 2014, by in Sakai, Sharing Documents

Sakai: Add Syllabus

Sakai: Add Syllabus Sakai allows several different ways to post a syllabus; this section explains the most commonly-used method: simply uploading your syllabus, previously created as a Word document. Before beginning the process, you should confirm (in Word) that your … Continue reading

Posted at 3:52 p.m. Aug. 14, 2014, by in Sakai, Sharing Documents

Sakai: Allow students to post in Resources folders

Sakai: Allow students to post in folders in Resources If you want students to post documents to share with other students, this is one simple option. (If you want the students’ work to generate discussion, you might prefer to set … Continue reading

Posted at 3:36 p.m. Aug. 14, 2014, by in Sakai, Sharing Documents
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