Disruption in Innovation

Zaina Indira NehmeCurrent thinking in learning design, Featured, General, Other, Research and innovation, Solution development2 Comments

Some of you would have read my previous blog,  Reflecting upon the concept of Innovation, in which I shared some of my thoughts about the origin and definition of the term.  This time, however, I would like to turn my attention to another concept of similar importance, one that is becoming a “must have” ingredient in the recipe for innovation … Read More

3 Data and Analytics events

Leigh BlackallCurrent thinking in learning design, Learning analytics3 Comments

We’re hitting the ground running with data wrangling this year. Here are three events you might like to check out.   1. Wikidata with Andy Mabbett This is a seminar and networking event centered around wikidata projects. Wikidata is the creation of international, multilingual databases, for example the geo locations of public art, or the names and basic biographical data of female … Read More

Learning spatial awareness: virtual reality and 360-degree video

Howard ErreyExamples of practice, Video learning1 Comment

Person using Cardboard

Educators in areas such as Property Construction and Project Management, and Architecture and Design, need to provide building site experience for large numbers of students – in some cases hundreds per class. The practicalities of turning up to a major building site with large numbers of students for reasons such as safety, make these site visits increasingly difficult to organise.

Displaying ONPhD badges

Leigh BlackallExperience, Industry and experience, Pathways, Project types, Research and innovation, SystemsLeave a Comment

I’ve spent a few hours today revisiting badges. I wanted to work out how to display badges on my LinkedIn profile. To date, I’ve used Credly to issue, receive and manage badges. Turns out it’s simple to link Credly badges to LinkedIn, as well as embed Credly badges on any website with the supplied iFrame code (Having trouble getting it visible … Read More

Youtube: a necessarily untidy guide to evolving innovation

Howard ErreyCurrent thinking in learning design, General, How to, Resources1 Comment

Computer screens

According to the RMIT College of Design and Social Context Program Annual Review data, Youtube is the second most used technology after the LMS. Until we get clarity about the turning on of Youtube accounts, should that ever occur, we find staff managing with various work-arounds in order for sensible use of Youtube to be enabled. Do not despair! As I have argued elsewhere, an online culture which seems outwardly messy may not at all be a bad thing.

When using Google+ Communities, setup as Not Restricted Public or Private

Leigh BlackallCurrent thinking in learning design, Experience, How to, Pathways, Professional development, Project types, Resources, Solution development, Strategic alignment, Systems2 Comments

  If you’ve been using Google+ Communities in your work with RMIT, chances are you’ve hit a wall if you’ve tried to: Invite outsiders to contribute (guest presenters, industry reps, or collaborators from partner institutions, etc), Create an Event that uses Hangouts on Air (video streaming or recorded meetings). Join a G+Page to that Community These three things (possibly more) aren’t possible … Read More

Makerspaces

Leigh BlackallCurrent thinking in learning design1 Comment

The year is 2020. The third global crash of 2017 has really shattered the Australian economy. This day, I walked into what used to be one of many ‘big box’ retail outlets strung out along Canterbury Road in Bayswater’s industrial precinct. I think this one used to be a Bunnings. I had an idea for a bag, and needed the … Read More