The “Beyond Blackboard Course Shells” project hosted a panel session celebrating digital learning at RMIT on 1 December, 2014. We were especially delighted that Melbourne writer and comedian, RMIT’s very own Tania Lacy, was our MC extraordinaire.
Featuring academic staff from RMIT, the panel will took a light-hearted look into their journeys in digital learning and teaching; and explored the rich possibilities.
Audience members joined in the action, too. In the spirit of interactivity, we ran a Twitter wall — funny and serious. Tania Lacy also fostered great discussion from the floor.