German card from the film “Polyester”, used in the Wikipedia article on Smell-O-Vision. A virtual reality development company has been promoting its work to RMIT recently, and one good thing to come out of it for us is some quick research and discussion. Howard Errey has shared his impressions of the promotion. I’m adding this post intending to look back and … Read More
Invitation to GLbD Express Project workshops The Global Learning by Design Express Projects are ready to kick off. Thank you to everyone who has responded to the pre-planning survey — it helped us anticipate your needs and expectations before we meet. If you have not yet responded, please do the survey (20 minutes). PURPOSE OF THE WORKSHOPS Over the next … Read More
In one of our projects we have been wanting to tag various places within videos. Here area few of the options that emerged.
A couple of us attended the virtual reality showcase from EON Reality. They provide an impressive solution with a comprehensive package across a wide range of industries such as aviation, medical science and sport training. There were 2 demonstrations. The icube as in the above video, is a small room you step into with a pair of glasses and a … Read More
Synergise is a new tool that is available on trial at present. What it does is provide a button in whatever part of Google Apps you are using that drops down to offer training. So what about the 2 weekly updates affecting Google Apps? Every 2 weeks Google updates the suite of Apps provided to the university. Apparently Synergise, … Read More
Welcome! The DSC Digital Learning Team (DLT) Blog is space where we will publish updates on our work, showcase resources relevant to all thing things learning and teaching with technology, with a particular focus on RMIT systems. We hope you take a moment to sign up and follow this blog so you are sure to receive information that is relevant to digital … Read More
A lot of the functionality of the Google in Education suite at RMIT requires that Google Apps and Add-ons be made available. I have considerable empathy for those such as Paul Gough our Pro Vice-Chancellor and Vice President of the College of Design and Social Context. Paul set up a blog last year and diligently went about it using the university … Read More
Google Sites are a wonderful tool for eportfolios. They work as easy to set up web pages, that can be arranged in different formats and easily moved outside of the RMIT system for future use. They can be private, or shared via a link or available for everyone at RMIT. Individual pages can also be shared if a student wants … Read More