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

Introducing Turnitin Studio Feedback

Zaina Indira NehmeAssessment, How to, ITS, LMS, Resources, Systems0 Comments

On Friday 2 December 2016, RMIT University upgraded its version of Turnitin Classic to the new Feedback Studio.  While still offering the same functionalities as the old version, Feedback Studio offers a more simplify, streamlined and intuitive interface by bringing together into one single menu bar the grading, feedback, and similarity checking.  The new interface allows instructors to have all the feedback … Read More

Google Sites Transitions

Howard ErreyHow to, Resources, Uncategorized1 Comment

Further to our recent post on Google Sites here is a nice demonstration from Geoff Marchiori in particular showing how to roll classic sites over into the new sites. As usual with Google Sites we recommend you begin building Sites with your private account and then move ownership across to your University account(s).

The New Google Sites

Howard ErreyHow to, Resources, School of Art, Strategic alignment, Student as producer, Uncategorized6 Comments

The new Google sites is available both on RMIT and private accounts. They are not replacing the classic sites – see the section on Migration below. There are a number of new features of this long overdue refresh providing a new ease and speed in creating content that also removes several complications. Due to the ease and speed with which … Read More

Create and Load Groups into Blackboard

Cathy LeahyHow to, Resources, School of Art, School of Media and Communication, School of Property, Construction and Project Management, Strategic alignment0 Comments

Making Groups

Do you have separate cohorts of students in your course or program that require separate communication, management or access needs? Student groups such as: If so, you can use groups to:   In this guide we will show you how to create and load groups into Blackboard using an Excel file ‘BB Group Maker‘ and a student list exported from … Read More

Create a Quiz with Google Forms

Zaina Indira NehmeExamples of practice, How to, Other, Resources, Strategic alignment, Student response0 Comments

We all know that Google Forms are an easy and handy way to design questionnaires and surveys; however, few people know that Google Forms can also be used to create a quiz with correct and incorrect answers for questions with multiple choices, checkboxes, or drop-down options.  For the purposes of this blog, I will assume that you already know how … 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

How to create a QR code with Google URL Shortner

Leigh BlackallContent development, Experience, Featured, How to, Professional development, Project partners, Project types, Research and innovation, Resources, School of Fashion and Textiles, Solution development, Strategic alignment, Systems0 Comments

Last week we showed you Andrew Robinson’s work creating videos and uploading them into Youtube playlists, and then printing QR codes to link to those videos. Here’s a very quick video instruction on how to generate those QR codes using Google URL Shortner, and how to print them to an appropriate size. Apologies for the orientation of my screen, the key … Read More

Teaching Youtube to teach

Leigh BlackallCurrent issues, Examples of practice, Experience, Featured, Flexible learning, Global, How to, Learning analytics, Learning design, Learning Management Systems, Open education resources, Portfolios, Professional development, Project partners, Project types, Research and innovation, Resources, School of Fashion and Textiles, Social learning, Solution development, Strategic alignment, Systems, Video learning6 Comments

We’ve been helping Andrew Robinson develop a Youtube channel with videos that assist in his teaching of shoe making…