In part, as reported today, July 15, by Inside High Ed:
“The company is partnering with Syracuse University to develop a way to integrate Blackboard with Sakai, one of the primary open-source alternatives.”
“The partnership with Syracuse, a Blackboard client, reflects the many ways the university’s professors use Sakai. As an example, some professors use the software’s e-portfolio capabilities on top of or separately from Blackboard.”
To read the article in its entirety, go here.