This year RMIT’s Learning Management System will begin a transition from Blackboard into Canvas. Those of you who attended the Project Rewire launches would have heard Martin Bean and Belinda Tynan … Read More
You would remember my post “Introducing Turnitin Feedback” from the 1st of March about the new Turnitin Interface. In the past few days, I have been updating some of our existing … 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
A few months ago I attended a new media arts forum at RMIT. This triggered me to explore art thinking as a framework for educational development. Last week I flew … Read More
I’ve been asked to talk briefly to the pros and cons of WordPress, in the ODLT’s session on the RMIT Digital Ecosystem. Not all the elements of RMIT’s system could … Read More
Using Hangouts for a live tutorial, but with a combination of bandwidth and user inexperience in handling bandwidth limitations, it ended in disappointment.
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.
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