Upgrade to Turnitin

Zaina Indira NehmeExperience, Learning Management Systems, LMS, Resources, Systems1 Comment

Turnitin has recently released a product upgrade which will be available to RMIT University on the 3rd of December 2016.   This new upgrade called Turnitin Feedback Studio will replace the existing classic Turnitin.  Please note that you will still be able to switch between Turnitin Classic and Feedback Studio until August the 17th, 2017; after this date the classic … Read More

The hackathon: Commons to Wikidata to Open Street Maps

Leigh BlackallContent development, Featured, Global, Open education resources, Professional development, Research and innovation, Resources, School of Art, Solution development, Student as producer, Systems, TLConf20162 Comments

From left: Leigh Blackall, Alex Lum, Cathy Leahy, Zainaindira Nehme and Jane McGlashan

We held a hackathon at the Learning and Teaching Conference this year, here’s what we made: A map of public art within 500m of the RMIT Campus After photographing instances of public art around the RMIT Melbourne City campus, uploading them to Wikimedia Commons and creating entries for each instance of public art on Wikidata, we then used Query to … Read More

Drones at RMIT Event

Howard ErreyFeatured, Research and innovation0 Comments

The federal government has recently passed legislation allowing drones under 2kg to be flown without user certification. This has opened the market to innovations from companies competing for consumer interest, including Go-Pro enthusiasts. With the push for STEM education drones will become commonplace in schools alongside makers spaces and virtual reality. The drone companies are already stepping into the education … Read More

“I Want Some Digital Literacy”

Howard ErreyConstructive alignment, Learning design, Portfolios, Professional development, Social learning, Student as producer, Workplace based learning0 Comments

Digital literacy is like the green Volkswagen in the Steve McQueen chase scene from Bullitt. We don’t see it yet it is always there. Nobody comes along to university or our support services saying “I want some digital literacy”. Yet we always have to have it as part of our teaching and learning considerations. As part of the Learning and … Read More

Pen Enabled Technology and OneNote in Learning and Teaching

Zaina Indira NehmeExamples of practice, Experience, Learning design, Mobile learning, Resources0 Comments

The DSC Innovation Incubator would like to invite you to attend another great presentation!   Dr Sylvia Urban (Senior Lecturer in the School of Science at RMIT University) and Mr Travis Smith (Teacher Engagement Manager at Microsoft Australia) will be presenting on “Pen Enabled Technology in Learning and Teaching”.  They will share their knowledge and practice on the role of … Read More

Your Chance to Go Global

Howard ErreyGlobal, Other, Project types, Strategic alignment0 Comments

Since my last most recent COIL update, there has been a lot going on in the background to initiate COIL activities at RMIT. We have been busy seeking out potential collaboration partners. Interest has been shown from DSC Schools of Media and Communications, and Global Urban and Social Studies, as well as from the College of Business and RMIT Vietnam. At … Read More

Makerspaces, 3d printing and collaborative learning events

Emma YenchExamples of practice, Featured, Professional development, Project types, School of Education, Social learning, Student as producer1 Comment

Following on from our tours of the Library at the Dock, and RMIT’s AMP Centre discussed in this post, we visited, along with a small group of Education staff, the RMIT FabShop (short for Fabrication Workshop) at the Brunswick Campus. For those of you who haven’t heard of Fabrication Workshops before, otherwise known as Maker Labs or Maker Spaces, they … Read More

YouTube at the School of Fashion and Textiles: Teaching YouTube to Teach

Leigh BlackallExperience, Featured, Global, Industry and experience, Pathways, Research and innovation, School of Fashion and Textiles, Systems, TLConf20160 Comments

Here’s an audio recording of a discussion about this project at the RMIT Learning and Teaching Conference for 2016. We’ve been working with teachers and students in the School of Fashion and Textiles, trying to get the most out of Youtube and other social media. This work stems from the Fashion Youtube project. We’ve shown teachers and students how to: set up and … Read More

RMIT Teaching and Learning OpenConference and hackathon

Leigh BlackallFeatured, Learning analytics, Other, Research and innovation, Solution development, Systems, TLConf20162 Comments

24-25 October 2016 RMIT University How did it go? Two days working on questions relating to teaching, learning, education, data and data visualisation. If you’re curious, just come along for part or all of the event. If you’re wanting to propose a question for the group to work on, add it to the planning document. This event is an opportunity for … Read More