As part of the fun task of creating amazing canvas courses for your students to work with, you will need a welcome video for your course (element no.4 of the 14 Elements). We are running a few workshops so you can work on your videos and if you come from start to end you will have enough time to create … Read More
The 14 Elements around the Canvas implementation requires that courses contain an introductory video for students (element #4). This can be a simple thing to create for yourself. Here we show you the basics of creating your own video introduction. The following video series are quick tips to guide you in creating a video using your smartphone. More DIY videos
Music always makes a video/animation that little bit better, not all kinds of videos will need music, it all depends on the video. In our team we try to use creative commons content as much as possible, but it all depends on the project and output of the video. If you want to add music to your video/animation project you’ll … Read More
Virtual interviews (prerecorded videos using actors) for the careers advisers online course give students the opportunity to have more realistic scenarios with people seeking careers advice. Students enrolled in the Graduate Certificate/Diploma in Career Education and Development must take the course, Professional competencies, for career development practitioners. They are asked to work intensively with one of seven ‘virtual’ clients across … Read More
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
A great infographic from Knewton that helps to decipher the elements of gamification in education.
Photo Credit Bill Bartee @ flickr.com There is a difference between a browser and a search engine. Browsers access information on the Internet, whereas a search engine points you in the right direction of a website that relates to the word you typed in. Whether you call them “browsers” or”search engines”, it’s important to understand that RMIT has recommended tools when … Read More
The Elearning Innovation Incubator is a DSC initiative established in 2014 to foster elearning innovation in a collaborative way and build leadership within and across our schools. Each school nominates up to two staff (1 VE, 1 HE) to join the group for the sole purpose of exploring and researching innovative technologies that are 10 years in advance. Howard … Read More