Virtual Reality In The Classroom: Is Virtual Reality Making A Comeback In Education?

While the concept of virtual reality in the classroom seemed ideal in the past, this technology had very high overhead costs. Now things have changed; […]

Austrian hospitality – and artistry

The recent concert tour of the UK by the Bruckner Orchestra Linz was made even more memorable for a favoured few who were invited to […]

15 Minutes in My Digital Life As a Professor

I’ve been so busy lately that yesterday I almost didn’t have time to change out of my academic regalia before beginning my PSY205 Statistics and Experimental Design course. […]

How World of Warcraft prepared me for facilitating online

Rita Chiu has over ten years’ experience as a learning designer across the VET, corporate and government sectors. But guess what? She also has ten […]

Waste King rescues and recycles run-away dog

Waste King – a specialist collections, clearance and recycling company that focuses on providing a highly environmentally friendly service – guarantees to recycle 98 per […]

Too Many Terrific Tempting Apps

The transition to OS-X Yosemite seems to have resulted in minimum messups. A few incompatibility issues but none that warranted my reverting back to an […]

Personalising learning with e-portfolios

Lauren Sayer is head of teaching and learning at The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne Education Institute. The Institute works in collaboration with young people, families, […]

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