Supporting education technologies to enhance teaching and learning for faculty, staff, and students.
To learn more about how education technology can enhance your teaching or learning experience, please contact James Brooks.
If you are having specific issues with Sakai or any of the other education technologies currently utilized at Brevard College, please submit a helpdesk ticket or review the Sakai resources currently available for self support.
What's new in EdTech Fall 2017
Greetings Faculty,You made it! Another semester is in the books. For those of you who do not know, this is my last semester with Brevard College, which means this is your final EdTech News update. I know the absence of my monthly EdTech musings will leave...
Happy Halloween BC Faculty,There is a seriously scary monster wandering the streets of Brevard these days. It lives among us and commits heinous crimes at rapid rates. This monster steals peoples’ original works and redistributes them as its own! Wh...
Hello BC Faculty,
Now that everyone is settling in and the IT emergencies are dissipating, I have a little time to write my monthly newsletter. For new faculty, this is where I ruminate on all things Education Technology related. This month’s em...
Sakai works on desktop computers or mobile devices. All major web-browsers are supported however Chrome and Safari are the recommended browsers.
Go to sakai.brevard.edu to login and get started.
If you are having specific issues with Sakai or any of the other educational technologies currently utilized at Brevard College, please submit a helpdesk ticket.
The following videos will help you get started with Sakai 11 at Brevard College.
You can also watch the entire playlist on Youtube to view all of Brevard College's Sakai 11 videos.
(All videos will open in a new tab.)
These additional resources provide great self-support information for Sakai 11:
Additional materials will be added as they become available.
For in-person support please visit the IT HelpDesk, the Library, or the Academic Enrichment Center. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 828-884-8303.
Check out the EdTech toolbox to learn about integrating digital media into instruction.