Examples from Sakai courses
What should I put on the home page?
The home page is the first thing students see when they enter your Sakai site. At a minimum, instructors should add the course title and the instructor's name and contact information to the home page. Instructors can also add an image, course description, list of course outcomes, or other items to make the site welcoming and unique. See: [How to add course/instructor info and image to your course home page]
View examples of the home page of different Sakai course sites:
- BUS-110 Introduction to Business
- CHM-130 General, Organic and Biochemistry
- EHS-211 Environmental Health and Toxicology
- ENG-241 British Literature I
- HIT-220 Health Information & EHRs
- WEB-110 Internet/Web Fundamentals (Sakai 11)
How can you organize your Syllabus?
The college expects instructors to clearly state standard college procedures. In addition, instructors are expected to clearly state in their syllabus information about their course, such as their attendance tracking methods/assignments, how students can contact the instructors (and the expected response time), communication rules (inside and outside the classroom), participation expectations, required tools or materials, course organization and assignment due dates, grading scales, and student learning outcomes (as provided by the academic department). See: [How to add a syllabus to your Sakai site]
See examples of ways instructors have organized their course syllabi: