July 15, 2004 8:22 AM Subscribe
The Sakai Project,
an open-source course-management software program for educational institutions is being publicly released today
. Backed by the University of Michigan, Indiana University at Bloomington, MIT, and Stanford, Sakai hopes to free Universities from commercial products, which have reportedly become increasingly expensive. Here's a nice little write-up
from the Chronicle of Higher Ed.
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