Creating new learning spaces in Google Sites - A whirlwind tour

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This presentation will present a whirlwind tour on how we are using Google Sites at RMIT as an ePortfolio platform. In a recent project, we developed an eBook using iBooks Author and housed it in iTunes for mobile learning. However, we realized we would need a back up plan to house a copy of the eBook, the learning materials, videos, and activities to ensure accessibility. As a Google Institute, Google Sites seemed to be the best option to trial. What we discovered was we had access to a tool where we could build learning materials, easily drop in video, house activities and encourage student reflections. Subsequent to that discovery we are now building Google Sites for a range of reasons. To support staff PD, to design blended learning experiences, to support a major University wide project, and for transition and pathways support for students. The possibilities are endless.

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Creating new learning spaces in Google Sites - A whirlwind tour

  1. 1. ePortfolios: spaces in Google Sites Creating new learning STUDENT LEARNING MATERIALS Students are provided with comprehensive course material featuring videos and structured content. They then create their own Google Site ePortfolio from a template to house their weekly activities for assessment. REPOSITORY FOR STAFF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Numerous Google Site resources exist throughout RMIT for staff development. The sites also act as a hub for feedback, collaboration and reflection. PROJECT MANAGEMENT TOOL Google Sites are used among teams to manage projects; sharing files, resources, calendars and information.

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