We’re using Google Drive to share and collaborate on documents in the Express projects. Once your project is underway, the Educational Developer will have shared a folder with you, and given you edit rights on that folder and everything in it.
The Global Learning by Design (GLbD) initiative across all of RMIT now has a number of learning design patterns available for all staff to explore. Learning design patterns assist staff with new approaches to learning and teaching as well as program design and renewal. The patterns give a step-by-step guide to implementing innovative approaches to learning and teaching. Two events … Read More
#Authentic, #situated and #timely #teaching and #learning can often be achieved through a #mobilelearning approach What – Mobile phone, less is more. Here we consider #mobileLearning as an approach generally, and link to specific examples of practice. MobileLearning practically means that all announcements, communications and assessments need to be primarily achievable on a mobile device, putting the laptop and desktop … Read More
The Semester 2 Global Learning by Design Express (GLbDx) projects are ready to kick off, and as usual we’ll start with a workshop to get together and establish some directions. GLbDx are 4-6 week projects aimed at quickly developing some form of new practice in a course. We work with a Program Coordinator so as to increase the probability of … Read More
If you’re interested in keeping up with the Digital Learning Team here at DSC, including Global Learning by Design and other projects, you may be interested in how we’re distributing information. There are a few simple ways to stay in touch: Subscribe to the website to receive email alerts Follow the G+ Page and seeing the announcements in your G+ … Read More
A great infographic from Knewton that helps to decipher the elements of gamification in education.
Sometimes a coordinator finds it preferable or necessary to create a website for a program or course, so that students, guests and others can easily access it before, during or after the timetable. Common choices for creating the website include: GoogleSite: RMIT supported, low level of difficulty to use, doesn’t display on mobile well, not exportable. Blogger: RMIT supported, mid to low … Read More