#MESH360 project team wins VC’s 2017 Teaching Innovation Award #sotelnz

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The #Mesh360 team: Stuart Cook, Stephen Aiello, Thomas Cochrane won the 2017 Auckland University of Technology’s Vice-Chancellor’s Teaching Excellence, Teaching Innovation Award. You can find out more about the #Mesh360 project at: https://www.researchgate.net/project/MESH360 http://meshvr.wordpress.com http://sotel.nz/sotel-clusters/mesh360/ Advertisements

#ALTC 2017 presentation1: An Agile and Scalable Professional Development Strategy: The CMALT cMOOC Project [1618]

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An Agile and Scalable Professional Development Strategy: The CMALT cMOOC Project [1618] https://altc.alt.ac.uk/2017/sessions/an-agile-and-scalable-professional-development-strategy-the-cmalt-cmooc-project-1618/ Introduction Globally there is a shortage of higher education practitioners and researchers evidencing a critical engagement with the intersection between teaching, learning, and technology. We believe an open and agile approach to professional development (PD) will allow higher education practitioners and researchers … Continue reading #ALTC 2017 presentation1: An Agile and Scalable Professional Development Strategy: The CMALT cMOOC Project [1618]

Triangulating VR scene analysis with biometric feedback for the #mesh360 project #erlab

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#mesh360 & #erlab VR scene analysis Today we explored adding biometric feedback to user pre and post survey feedback as well as VR scene hotspot identification data to analyse the impact of VR scenes on paramedic student learning. The project has lots of potential, and this is our second prototype design as part of our … Continue reading Triangulating VR scene analysis with biometric feedback for the #mesh360 project #erlab

#Scholarometer a research impact tool

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Scholarometer(beta) is a social tool to facilitate citation analysis and help evaluate the impact of an author’s publications. Scholarometer uses Google Scholar data to create a relative discipline based research impact factor. For example, my Scholarometer impact factor as at 14 December 2016 is found at: http://scholarometer.indiana.edu/cgi-bin/indexu.cgi?func=query&expr=e80965fb1f92e0f532ab47824efa0e09&ver=4.1.0 A widget provides a summary of the impact factor … Continue reading #Scholarometer a research impact tool