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Our new PebblePad site has been launched

Our PebblePad support website has undergone a makeover!  We have embraced the new Griffith website look and feel and tweaked our site layout. The home… Read More

VR, AR, MR and 360: I’m confused…and not in a virtual way!

We are often asked ‘What is the difference’ when it comes to virtualised technologies such as VR (Virtual Reality), MR (Mixed Reality), AR (Augmented Reality)… Read More

ePortfolio and PebblePad events in 2018

Our partners at PebblePad have kindly put together a list of conferences that are relevant to those of us in the PebblePad / ePortfolio… Read More

‘Copyright Matters’ for Teaching | New Site

Copyright Matters Website The Office of Digital Solutions and Griffith Library have released a great new ‘Copyright Matters’ website supporting Learning & Teaching… Read More

Podcast your way to being a VR expert

VR (Virtual Reality) is a particularly evolving landscape, and keeping up with emerging trends, hardware, platforms and for our purposes, educational use-cases, can be… Read More

Want to get a rock solid understanding of PebblePad?

Our Learning Futures trainers have inspired staff from across the University to implement PebblePad to support work integrated learning (WIL) experiences, field trips, reflective… Read More

Are you ready to ‘Explore Learning & Teaching’?

Learning Futures have created an easily searchable online tool for sharing, promoting and highlighting a range of topics to assist you with teaching, professional development,… Read More

CYO Video Studios 2017: Another Cracker Year!

2017 saw another bumper year for our home-grown innovative CYO Studio Service, both in regard to adoption and capabilities. How do we know… Read More

Learn more about adaptive learning and Smart Sparrow

By now, many of us have heard of the Smart Sparrow adaptive learning environment, even if we haven’t used it. If you aren’t familiar with… Read More

Future TEL: Experts expand on EDUCAUSE Top 10 Issues in 2018

Technology and the Remaking of Higher Education: A Longer View | EDUCAUSE “There’s such a movement of things that you can’t expect it… Read More