With the implementation of Canvas across the University, program teams in DSC have been exploring and experimenting with the modules function to better design and deliver important content to students. … Read More
What can education learn from one of the most important principles in Social Work practice: the principle of Self-Determination? Let me share a story with you and we’ll start to … Read More
Just sharing with you all that on the 2nd of December Blackboard will be upgraded. Although the changes to take place are considered to be minor, these enhancements are very … Read More
A few weeks ago, the Digital Learning Team published a blog post called “Designing an advanced online learning environment for higher education” in where we discussed the importance of having … Read More
The beginning of a new semester can be a daunting experience not only for students but for teachers as well; in particular for those who are teaching for the first … Read More
You might remember my blog on Developing Skills for Blackboard published early in the year. Since our initial meeting with Josephine Ng, lots has happened in this project and amazing … Read More
We have begun our 2016 learning analytics projects, or rather learner analytics as this project is more focused on the student experience, with a recent kick off workshop. ‘Improving the Student Experience through Learning Analytics’ will use analytics to promote self reflection and self efficacy and the student experience, enabling students to learn in a more efficient and effective manner.
FutureLearn has arrived at RMIT. Two subject areas, one in the School of Media and Communications and one in Global Urban and Social Studies, have been selected for the first two MOOCs. The first is appropriately, Design Futures with Jeremy Yuille and Marius Foley, which evokes and includes as part of the design learning, the William Gibson quote: “The future is already here, it’s just not very evenly distributed”.
I recently went travelling to a wonderful and remote part of Indonesia called Ternate. As outsiders we were a relative novelty and over a week said yes to hundreds of … Read More
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