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Resources for the new LMS

BLACKBOARD

Blackboard resources, Turnitin, etc…

USING VIDEO

Resources for using video

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design toolkit

Tools that will help you visualise and develop your design project.

Patterns & Approaches

Our patterns and approaches capture concepts and models important to the design and delivery of vocational and higher education

Other learning Technology

Social Media, Google Apps, etc…



News from our colleagues in the other Colleges


RSS College of Business – Learning and Teaching Hub

  • Recipe for effective video creation May 15, 2018
    Regardless of the topic or subject matter, a poorly designed video piece will suffer from poor engagement, and if your audience isn’t engaging with your content then you’d struggle to answer the question 'what was the point in pressing record in the first place?' Koumi (2014) developed a formula or structure to ensure […]
  • Assessment Feedback May 14, 2018
    Feedback says to a student, "Somebody cared enough about my work to read it and think about it!" (Brookhart 2017, p.1). It can show students that the educator acknowledges their efforts and wants to help them improve. In this post the ADG takes a look at how we can visually […]
  • Industry Engagement at RMIT May 11, 2018
    A conversation: Industry Engagement at RMIT Recently Chris, James and Michael McKenzie sat down with the ADG to discuss their team and how the Industry Engagement and WiL team is bringing authentic industry experiences to our students. The conversation included topics such as Business Internships, Industry Projects and how the RMIT […]
  • Why micro-credentials? May 3, 2018
    The chapter ‘Keep Calm and Credential on: Linking Learning, Life and Work Practices in a Complex World’ (Lewis & Lodge 2016), acknowledges the increasing trend to require degrees as entry to work, and a change in balance between vocational and liberal education. In a climate where there is strong competition for […]
  • Open Studio – May April 27, 2018
    Open Studio - May For 2018 the Academic Development Group is hosting several Open Studio sessions. This is a time where Academic staff can utilise the specialist media staff of the ADG for technical support and advice in creating media-rich content for canvas. Open Studio opportunities With semester […]

RSS College of Science, Engineering and Health – SISTER

  • SEH L&T Spotlight June 13 … Canvas (call for contributions) May 25, 2018
    Got a story to share? Tell us your ideas, experiences and success stories, to be presented in an engaging way (10 mins max). There are no rigid submission categories, examples of stories might include: How you are using quizzes to support student learning How you use discussion boards to engage students How Canvas is being […]
    Lisa Curran
  • SEH L&T Spotlight June 13 … Canvas (register now) May 25, 2018
    Don’t miss out – tickets selling fast! 9.30am registration for 10am start Program TBC Teaching staff in SEH have been working incredibly hard to deliver on the institutional commitment to moving all Blackboard courses (2000+ in SEH) to Canvas and meeting the QA requirement of 14 elements. But what did we learn along the way? […]
    Lisa Curran
  • Students as partners – free journal access May 24, 2018
    Are you interested in developing ways of working in partnership with students on curriculum design and teaching enhancement projects? The International Journal for Students as Partners (IJSaP) is available free from https://mulpress.mcmaster.ca/ijsap/issue/view/347 The journal, which is hosted by McMaster University Library Press, is co-edited by students and staff/ faculty from Australia, Canada, the UK, and the […]
    Natasha Taylor
  • Risk aware: enhancing students’ clinical competence in risky environments May 19, 2018
    For those that missed the May 2, 2018 Transforming Assessment Webinar the recording is now available. Presenter: Dr Jade Sheen (Deakin University, Australia) Students across the healthcare field engage in clinical placement as a component of their education. Unfortunately, there are a number of physical, psychological and environmental risks associated with clinical placement. Risk Aware is […]
    Lisa Curran
  • Assessment and Feedback: An experience-based approach May 14, 2018
    Date : 17th May 2018 Time : Noon (Melbourne Time) Organiser: Turnitin Cost : Free The webcast will be recorded and a copy will be made available to everyone who has registered. During this webcast Paul will review historical influences on assessment & feedback. He will then discuss the various teaching and learning approaches he has used over twenty-three […]
    Lisa Curran

Resources


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CANVAS

Resources for the new LMS

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BLACKBOARD

Blackboard resources, Turnitin, etc…

Check the resources here
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USING VIDEO
Check the resources here
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design toolkit

Tools that will help you visualise and develop your design project.

Check the resources here
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Patterns & Approaches

Our patterns and approaches capture concepts and models important to the design and delivery of vocational and higher education

Check the resources here
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Other learning Technology
Check the resources here

Social Media, Google Apps, etc…

Who we are


Digital Learning DSC is a multi-disciplinary group that supports and empowers educators to enhance and extend their teaching with technology.

Working with staff and students within the RMIT College of Design and Social Context, our team supports and coordinates a range of projects that impact student experience at the course, program and school level.

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