[Portfolio] info on transitioning from TaskStream to Sakai
nangell at rsmart.com
Mon Sep 13 15:51:57 PDT 2010
This may not be the answer that you want to hear, but one way to
achieve part of what you need in Sakai/OSP would be for the portfolio
community to collaborate to produce and maintain key standards in a
format many schools could share, ideally with the support of the
standards bodies themselves. Ideally, these standards would exist in a
form any portfolio technology could use, but I'm not sure how close we
are to that utopia.
In the meantime, I could see a subgroup of Sakai institutions with
education programs combining together to pool resources to initiate
such a tangible and necessary project.
The lesson plan part of your inquiry may be a harder nut to crack, but
at the very least, the Sakai community participates in a more general
repository (that is just about to get a significant facelift and
extension of capabilities)—called Opened Practices—that might serve as
a storehouse of such resources, even if they were not only one click
away from loading into Sakai or other tools:
On Mon, Sep 13, 2010 at 5:54 PM, Beith, Linda <lbeith at rwu.edu> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> Our School of Education had started with TaskStream for their e-portfolios
> about a year ago and were very attracted to the ability to pull down lesson
> plans and also to open pre-populated templates with their professional
> standards. We are looking at migrating these students and faculty over to
> joining the rest of the University on Sakai 2.7. Has anyone had any
> experience with moving TaskStream eportfolios over to Sakai? Anyone have any
> suggestions/advice for us in helping to make this an easier transition for
> our faculty? Any suggestions would be most welcome.
> Linda L. Beith, Ph.D.
> Director, Instructional Design
> Roger Williams University
> One Old Ferry Road
> Bristol, RI 02809
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