Talking the Walk: Innovating in footwear, Step 2

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In an attempt to address this plaintive refrain and reduce the number of times Andrew needs to repeat standard demonstrations, basic machine and technique procedures have been filmed and edited into sequences of short videos, assembled into playlists in YouTube and linked to the relevant machine or tool by QR code. The hope is that this will help streamline the …

Enhancements to Blackboard

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Just sharing with you all that on the 2nd of December Blackboard will be upgraded.  Although the changes to take place are considered to be minor, these enhancements are very important as they aim at improving the staff and student experience in online learning and teaching.  These are as follow: Browser Support Blackboard 9.1 to support the Microsoft Edge Browser …

Pen Enabled Technology and OneNote in Learning and Teaching

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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 …

Learning Environments: Creating a positive user experience

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A few weeks ago, the Digital Learning Team published a blog post called “Designing an advanced online learning environment for higher education” in where we discussed the importance of having a set of principles in mind that could guide the design or selection of a learning environment for higher education.  I strongly encourage you to read it, if you haven’t …

Ice spiral

Designing an advanced online learning environment for higher education

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We’ve been thinking a lot about learning environments in higher education, and have started to develop a set of design principles

chat is where it's at

Chat is where it’s at

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I recently went travelling to a wonderful and remote part of Indonesia called Ternate. As outsiders we were a relative novelty and over a week said yes to hundreds of selfie requests from the locals. I went to see if this hunger for connection was also the case online, especially as the Indonesians are known to be big Twitter users. …

Starting on “I love blended learning”

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As I slowly familiarise myself with my new role, I am also making progress in learning more about the projects I will be leading and participating in for the first part of the year.  I have just returned from building 100, the Design Hub, where I met Soumitri Varadarajan (Deputy Dean Industrial and Interior Design) and Juan Sanin (Lecturer of Industrial …

Networked Learning through Social Media

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Academics in Fashion & Textiles used Instagram and Twitter to engage students in the international Fashion Revolution Day with @Fash_Rev #FashRev #RMITMOFE.