In late 2015 Professor Sherman Young launched the Learning and Teaching Strategic Framework, Learning for the Future. Point 1.3.1 of Learning for the Future calls for the creation of a “roadmap for the development of spaces and technologies”.
Tech Talk is an informal fortnightly gathering to share new developments in learning technologies at Macquarie. Each session begins with a short talk on a specific theme, followed by an open forum for discussion about anything related to learning technologies.
Join us this session for:
3D: Developing a 3D Web Interface for Learning and Teaching
Michael Rampe will talk about his current project developing a bespoke 3D interface for learning and teaching purposes with the working name of “Pedestal”. The current working interface can be seen here: http://3d.ltc.mq.edu.au/3d/3d_grid.php
Michael will also be bringing along and demoing some new 3D scanning hardware available for loan accross the university.
Tech Talk brings together Macquarie staff involved in supporting and designing technology-enabled learning, and those with a very keen interest in learning technologies.
We’re looking for academics to pilot a new bespoke 3D web interface in their learning and teaching.
Anyone who is interested in or currently employing 3D printing and scanning in their work or teaching is invited to join in a 3D Printing at Macquarie Workshop.
3D technologies have been around for years – but it’s only now that 3D scanning and printing devices have become both accessible and affordable for many users. The result? New uses are blossoming in every field.
A symposium at Macquarie University on the 8 July investigated the uses of 3D technologies in education, including how they may revolutionise museums and galleries as learning spaces.
The 3D Symposium at Macquarie University on the 8th July will explore the latest in 3D technologies in Museum / Galleries / Learning / Teaching. From printed pots to printed bones, augmenting reality and finding out what the next greatest thing in 3D will be – this event is for you!
You will get hands-on exposure to 3D printing, check out some great community projects, see some of the cool projects from Macquarie University lecturers and understand some of the copyright issues involved here.
Seems like there is a new story about 3D technologies every other day now. The New Media Consortium’s Horizon Report 2014: Higher Education Edition identifies 3D printing as one the most important developments in educational technology for higher education, with a time-to-adoption horizon of two to three years. Continue reading Exploring 3D technologies – save the date!