Developed at Stanford University, SIPX is a new web-based technology, created to manage copyrights and deliver digital documents for the higher-education marketplace. The first, limited SIPX test at Stanford began in April 2011, when the “Stanford Intellectual Property Exchange” was in its research project phase. Now the broad cloud-based service is offered directly from within CourseWork [...]
The Sakai Teaching and Learning community is seeking submissions for the annual Teaching With Sakai Innovation Award (TWSIA) competition. The award recognizes innovation and excellence in technology-supported teaching, academic collaboration, and student engagement. (See last year’s winners.)< http://openedpractices.org/twsia/2012/winners > Award categories include: • Higher Education: Face-to-face • Higher Education: Fully Online or Hybrid Course • [...]
Instructors making innovative use of CourseWork, Stanford’s course management system, are encouraged to apply for the 2012 Teaching With Sakai Innovation Award.
Ken Romeo is the Academic Technology Specialist for the Language Center at Stanford University. In addition to supporting all language instructors in the use of CourseWork, Stanford’s deployment of the course management system known as Sakai, Romeo also uses it as an instructor. He teaches English as a Second Language to graduate students who have [...]
Assistant professor Allyson Hobbs’ wanted to make sure her African American history class got a taste of using primary sources. The following is a conversation about how her use of CourseWork allowed librarian Ben Stone to participate in her class and augment her students’ experience. How has research influenced the classes that your are teaching? [...]