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 … Read More
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 … Read More
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.
Who are you? Shall we start with a quick Google search on your name? Web, image, video, news, and scholar. I do it as a matter of course when … Read More
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.
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’ … Read More
The Discipline-Related Extracurricular Activity research project is the 2015 Teaching Fellowship in the College of Design and Social Context, RMIT. Noel Maloney is the research fellow for this project, coming from the … Read More
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 … Read More