Some of you might have noticed that after the Laulima upgrade, WebDAV using the “map network drive” method in Windows doesn’t work. UH Laulima Support recommends using CyberDuck to WebDAV. It is available for free for both Mac OS and Windows. Follow these directions. During the installation process, when asked to install free toolbars, apps, or Bonjour service, we recommend NOT to.
WebDAV is short for Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning which allows you to drag and drop files from your local computer to the server. In the case of Laulima, you can copy a batch of files or folders of files, at a time, from your computer to your Laulima course site’s Resources (or your My Workspace > Resources). WebDAV instructions for Laulima can be found by going into your Resources, click on “Upload-Download Multiple Resources” and follow the instructions there.
Have you noticed any other changes since Laulima’s upgrade? Leave a comment on this post.