Education is inherently a collaborative enterprise. Sakai can support virtually any project or activity that requires communication, collaboration and knowledge-sharing to achieve project goals effectively.
Within Sakai, project work sites allow organizations and project teams to coordinate project administration, share resources, schedule activities, develop collaborative work products and track progress towards completion. These project collaboration spaces are commonly used by student groups, faculty committees, thesis committees, strategic planning teams, re-accreditation teams and others tasked with important projects beyond the classroom.
Members of the campus community appreciate how using Sakai as a common environment for learning, teaching and collaboration can reduce the administrative burden of learning to use yet another campus system.