Updates to Turnitin Resources

Zaina Indira NehmeAssessment, Experience, Featured, General, How to, Learning Management Systems, LMS, Professional development, Resources0 Comments

You would remember my post “Introducing Turnitin Feedback” from the 1st of March about the new Turnitin Interface.  In the past few days, I have been updating some of our existing Turnitin resources, providing new instructions and videos on how to use Turnitin Feedback Studio.   When visiting those resources, you will notice that links to instructions and resources for Turnitin … Read More

21 ways to use video in your teaching

Leigh BlackallContent development, DSC, Examples of practice, Experience, How to, Professional development, Project partners, Project types, Resources, Strategic alignment, Video learning1 Comment

We have a page for over all Video Teaching that gives a snapshot of other pages and blog posts that have the category “How to” with a corresponding tag relevant to video, such as “Youtube“, “Hangouts” or “Video“. Here are 21 articles from that archive that you might find useful if you’re thinking to use video in your teaching, or if … Read More

Talking the Walk: Innovating in footwear, Step 2

Emma YenchContent development, Current issues, Examples of practice, Flexible learning, Learning design, Mobile learning, Pathways, Professional development, Project partners, Project types, School of Fashion and Textiles, Strategic alignment, Video learning, Vocational Education0 Comments

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 … Read More

EDPD

Leigh BlackallProfessional development, Project partners, Project types, School of Education0 Comments

We’re back into the School of Education, this time out at Bundoora campus to help kick off their professional development program. Thembi Mason has been working with Nicky Carr to arrange a wide scoped professional development program with built in flexibility. This Thursday we’re helping out in a full day, to run through what we know about Video Teaching. This doc … Read More

Youtube, machine learning and professional networks in Fashion

Leigh BlackallCurrent issues, Examples of practice, Industry and experience, Pathways, Portfolios, Professional development, Project partners, Project types, Research and innovation, School of Fashion and Textiles, Social learning, Strategic alignment, Student as producer, Video learning0 Comments

The School of Fashion and Textiles has invited us back to their annual professional development day, to give an update on the work we started last year. We’ve also been asked to run a workshop to help others get started with the methods in using Youtube, creating a professional website and connecting into a professional network. The presentation We’ll go … 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

“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

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

Be Blackboard and Google Drive/Apps ready for semester 2

Zaina Indira NehmeContent development, Current issues, DSC, Featured, General, How to, Learning design, Learning Management Systems, LMS, Other, Professional development, Project partners, Project types, Resources, Strategic alignment, Systems0 Comments

The beginning of a new semester can be a daunting experience not only for students but for teachers as well; in particular for those who are teaching for the first time, are relatively new to teaching or simply are returning to teaching after a break.  Teachers often get asked: “Are you ready to go? and the answer to this is … Read More