Category: resource development

Excerpt from Bones Brigade: An Autobiography @lancemountain talks about his willingness to "play around" and how it helped his career. Full video on our FB and YouTube pages #bonesbrigade A video posted by @bonesbrigade on Jul 15, 2015 at 12:53pm PDT

Read more

“What is the strange profound attraction that this rectangular piece of concrete holds for them? Do we now observe the rights of passage of a newly emerging civilisation?” – Dr Eugene D Mander (Public Domain, 1988) “I think skateboarding is a way for people to reassess and redefine everything around them.” – Ian Mackaye “Skateboarding […]

Read more

Today I attended the Rethinking Online Learning: Melding the Best of Teaching, Television and Testing seminar presented by Professor Gosling (Department of Psychology, University of Texas, Austin, USA) as part of the Innovations in Teaching and Learning series of seminars presented by Melbourne University. Professor Gosling’s seminar was based on the work he’s doing with […]

Read more

I’m interested in exploring the use of augmented reality (AR) in learning experiences.  I’ve decided to prototype my early simple AR experiments with Processing and Blender. These early explorations will make use of augments placed with fiducial markers. My goal is to then explore developing AR learning experiences with Layar that can then be viewed […]

Read more
DAYS LATER OR MAYBE EVEN WEEKS LATER - A concept for a post-2011 budget cut workplace activity.

Days later or maybe even weeks later is a concept for a collaborative workplace/institute/teaching centre-wide activity for staff and students designed to mend the physical and psychological effects of the Victorian government’s $300 million in cuts from the state’s TAFE sector. Physical and psychological effects could include closure of campuses, a reduction of courses being offered and job cuts. […]

Read more

Know your audience – Anti-graffiti community service announcement, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. An interesting approach to an anti-graffiti community service announcement by a local City Council. I’m curious if the outside of the bus is the most effective location for this kind of message. Would the outside of the bus be seen by the […]

Read more