Stories from the classroom – Learning Anywhere, Anytime (Maurice Sheridan)

Learning Anywhere, Anytime – Using Technology to Model Complex Processes Course: Accounting in Organisations and Society, offered in the Associate Degree in Business, Diploma of Commerce and Diploma of Accounting Maurice Sheridan utilises the technology of document cameras in the class room to create recordings of exercises demonstrated in cl...

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Enrich Your Courses with Video

The Library subscribes to a vast array of online video products. You can use these licensed products in Blackboard, Google Sites and Lecture Capture.  The Library have prepared practical step-by-step guides to show you how to make the most of the videos from the Library and beyond.  You can find out how to build playlists, create clips […]

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Digital L&T Framework

RMIT has a new Digital learning and Teaching Framework that will be at the core of the digital learning ecosystem that we all put together. It brings together 6 core principles underpinned by agreed standards that support us all in delivering high quality digital learning experiences for our students. The purpose of the framework is […]

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Creating Educational Videos Using an iPad or iPhone

The following guide was developed for a ADG Tech Talk Tuesday PD session.  In this session staff were given tips and hints on how to use their iPad or iPhone for creating head to camera short videos which were then uploaded to their RMIT staff account on YouTube.

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Being Work Ready

Employers are looking for potential employees to have more than a qualification, they are also looking for specific attributes (generic skills) before they will consider hiring them. The Business Council of Australia has developed “Being Work Ready – A Guide To What Employers Want” to assist students and those supporting them to b...

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Virtual Student Consultation Hours

Synchronous communication/collaboration tools such as Blackboard Collaborate, Google Hangouts and Skype can be used to hold virtual student consultation hours. These types of tools enable video and audio web conferencing, as well as text-based chat, and allows users to share screens and files.  You can conduct virtual student consultation hours for...

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Providing Feedback to Students

Feedback from teachers is vital for students, and has been demonstrated to have a significant impact on learning and achievement (CES Analysis Project, 2009). The following guide has been adapted from: Providing feedback to students: A good teaching tip-sheet (RMIT)

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Providing Student Feedback Online

There are a variety of educational technology tools that you can use to provide formative and summative feedback to your students. The guide below outlines tools that you can use at RMIT. Additional Resources: Best Methods and Tools for Online Educators to Give Students Helpful and Meaningful Feedback

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Blended Learning Toolkit

The Blended Learning Toolkit is a free open resource for educational institutions interested in developing or expanding their blended learning initiatives. The Toolkit is based on proven research and informed by practical experience, this Blended Learning Toolkit will offer guidance, examples, professional development, and other resources to help y...

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FLIPCurric

FLIPCurric has been developed as part of an Australian Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT) National Senior Teaching Fellowship on assuring achievement standards and the quality of assessment in our universities and colleges undertaken during 2014-16. The focus of the guide is on a key issue facing our higher education institutions – how best to ...

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