Rutgers: Software manages classes

The University used to use WebCT, a similar piece of software. The company that produced it was then bought by a company that makes a similar piece of software, Blackboard, and a new version of WebCT was developed that the Rutgers considered too expenseive, hense the switch to Sakai, said Charles Hedrick, University Director for the Office of Instructional and Research Technology.

WebCT is expected to be phased out of use in 2007.

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