14 things you really need to know about Canvas that these pandas may not tell you

Howard ErreyCanvas, Uncategorized1 Comment

Ok I have got your attention now. There are some important things about Canvas that are really worth knowing, some earlier rather than later. Some are about better design and some are just about making Canvas fun. And have a look at our Canvas FAQs and Tips and Tricks for Managing and Grading Canvas Assignments and Troubleshooting Canvas Access issues. … Read More

Interview with Juan Sanin

Howard ErreyCanvas, Uncategorized1 Comment

One of the great things about Canvas is that it’s open software. Anyone can create their own instance for free. When it became clear last year that RMIT would be getting Canvas there were a number of staff who started their own instance to learn the functionality and give it a try. One of these was Juan Sanin from Industrial … Read More

#thingsIlikeaboutcanvas #1 Redirect tool and LTIs

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Canvas works in a relatively open way, much more so than most LMSs. In some way it works as a lens to the web where your content can be made available, rather than trying to be a large unwieldy shell that tries to do everything, such as Blackboard and Moodle. For example Canvas doesn’t have blogging or wiki tools. This … Read More

Scoping the Global Logistics of Sustainable Fashion MOOC

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Ben Stranieri and I have been looking at how an introductory MOOC could be shaped from his current logistics in fashion and textiles course. The course is the associate degree in Global Logistics (from 2017 the title will be Global Impacts: Fashion Merchandise). After initial interest from Ben we were given permission to scope the possibilities. RMIT School of Fashion … Read More

Starting on “I love blended learning”

Zaina Indira NehmeExperience, Flexible learning, Mobile learning, Project types, Research and innovation, Social learning, UncategorizedLeave a Comment

As I slowly familiarise myself with my new role, I am also making progress in learning more about the projects I will be leading and participating in for the first part of the year.  I have just returned from building 100, the Design Hub, where I met Soumitri Varadarajan (Deputy Dean Industrial and Interior Design) and Juan Sanin (Lecturer of Industrial … Read More