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In Sakai 12, you can now create a Sakai Course site faster by choosing one of few course site templates. The tools are pre-selected so you can skip many of the set up screens. Additional tools can be added or removed to your site afterwards. If you want to import content from a prior course, you must do it after you create the new site.
This article answers questions about how to log into Sakai for the first time and access course or project sites.
This article answers the most frequently asked questions instructors have about creating their courses in Sakai.
This article is intended to help faculty create their new course sites in Sakai 12.
An Overview of the ways you can find and get support for the Tools offered by Teaching and Learning with Technology
This article covers multiple approaches to reusing course materials in Sakai course sites.
Sakai 12 has numerous improvements including a better mobile interface, the ability to accommodate individuals or groups of students for Tests and quizzes, the ability for users to "soft delete" their own sites. See this article for more details.
As of 4 pm on August 16, there is a known problem importing Sakai Lesson content from a prior site during site creation process. This article explains the problem and provides a step-by-step workaround.
The quick submit feature in Turnitin allows an instructor to submit individual papers to Turnitin to check for similarity to the Turnitin Repository and web content.
Top Hat is a classroom response system, where students can submit answers to in-class questions using Apple or Android smartphones and tablets, laptops, or through text message. This article explains how faculty can add the Top Hat Plugin tool to their Sakai course site.
Turnitin can be used to check student submitted documents for similarity easily from within Sakai Assignments.
This article is an introduction to Turnitin, a platform that can be used by students and instructors that reviews written work for originality as well as additional features for paperless grading.
This article explains the different ways that you can add citations to your Leganto Reading List.
An explanation of how accounts are handled in Sakai.