[Portfolio] T&L Pie-in-the-sky (PITS) thinking and most complex scenarios (MCS)

Sean Keesler sean at keesler.org
Fri Jul 10 08:58:48 PDT 2009

The portfolio group has been thoughtfully considering this for the
last few months on our weekly calls.
We have a pretty significant list here:


This may or may not be the "dreams" that Josh was thinking of, but I
am sure that there is some overlap here.

Sean Keesler
130 Academy Street
Manlius, New York 13104 USA
sean.keesler at threecanoes.com

On Fri, Jul 10, 2009 at 11:02 AM, David
Goodrum<davidgoodrum at rocketmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> At the Boston Sakai conference, Josh Baron challenged the community to do
> some pie-in-the-sky (PITS) thinking about what would be fabulous activities
> teachers and students might do in the future using Sakai.  Stephen Marquard
> recommended the community create the most complex scenarios (MCS) to drive
> Sakai 3 development.  The teaching and learning community in Sakai should
> answer the call and document a collection of powerful ideas and challenging
> dreams.
> There's a new page in the T&L area called
> T&L -- Pie-in-the-sky PITS thinking & most complex cases MCS
> http://confluence.sakaiproject.org/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=63341225
> http://bit.ly/lFKlb
> Perhaps this could be a place to collect T&L powerful ideas and challenging
> dreams.
> Regards - David
> David Goodrum
> Indiana University
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