[Building Sakai] Request for Comments: Sakai On Mobile Platforms
mathieu at udel.edu
Mon Nov 15 12:35:05 PST 2010
Oxford has made good progress on Sakai for mobile devices. See:
On Mon, Nov 15, 2010 at 3:04 PM, Mustansar Mehmood <mustansar at rice.edu>wrote:
> I am trying to initiate a discussion to see best ways to present sakai on
> smart phones and current state of affairs. There are primarily three options
> I guess.
> 1-Using sakai from browser with a new presentation layer targeted for
> smaller screens of smart phones.
> I have noticed that some work has been done on this direction.
> Considering many phones display a touchscreen keyboard on the screen leaving
> even smaller space for the content display/review. I am not sure how ready
> this project is and how far are we on the effort. Would love to know the
> status to adjust my expectations.
> 2-Multiple applications with limited functionality like posting a
> discussion comment, new assignment/grade availability notification from
> courses being tracked etc.Here multiple applications may need to be written
> to address major smart phone platforms i.e iphone, android, and blackberry
> 3-A third approach where a combination of both may work depending on nature
> of the task i.e delivery/consumption of content.
> If there is any work being done by individual institutions on any of those
> perhaps there is a chance that more than one schools could benefit from the
> work and possibly share the development/design ideas/workload.
> Mustansar Mehmood
> Educational System Developer& Integrator
> Information Technology
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