The Indiana University Bloomington Libraries and University of Michigan University Library, with support from a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, are conducting an eighteen-month project beginning January 1, 2006 to develop open source software tools to integrate access to library licensed digital content within the Sakai collaboration and learning environment.
Additional information is available in the press release and grant proposal narrative. Other project documentation is also linked from the project documentation page.
For more information, please contact one of the project co-directors:
- Jon Dunn, Associate Director for Technology, Indiana University Digital Library Program
- Susan Hollar, Curriculum Integration Coordinator, University of Michigan Library
If you have implemented or looked at Sakai Citations Helper, please complete our brief online survey.
If you'd like to try out Citations Helper (available in Sakai 2.5) or the Research Guides tool currently under development, visit one of the Sakaibrary Free Instances.