RMIT stands for Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, which provides learning facility on its official site rmit.edu.au. The learning hub is the point of entry to online teaching and learning resources for staff at RMIT. By this system students access their online learning resources, including Blackboard materials, via the Studies tab in myRMIT.
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The Royal Melbourne Institute of technology (RMIT) is one of the Australia’s original and leading education institutions located in Melbourne, Victoria. As an innovative, global university of technology, with its heart in the city of Melbourne, RMIT has an international status for excellence in work-relevant education and high quality research, and engagement with the desires of industry and community. More than 70,000 students are studying at RMIT campuses in Melbourne, in Vietnam, online, and at partner institutions throughout the world. For excellence in professional and vocational education and research, it has built a worldwide reputation. This is one of the largest universities in the Australia.
RMIT founded by prominent grazier and philanthropist, The Hon. Francis Ormond in 1887. It is the third oldest higher education provider in the state of Victoria and the seventh-oldest in Australia. By producing work-ready graduates, it is included in the top 100 universities in the world. It is also famous by many owners for the practical application in many of the degrees it offers, such as internship programs and other workplace projects, in which students complete during their studies and internationally it is famous for art, design, engineering and technology.
RMIT Learning Hub
The learning Hub is one of the best online teaching and learning resources for staff and students of RMIT. In myRMIT students access their online learning resources, including Blackboard materials by students tab. If you are students of RMIT and want to take advantage of Learning Hub tools, then you need to registration in this section at rmit.edu.au. A program or course registered in the Learning Hub can have one or more online learning tools associated with it.
RMIT Learning Hub tools:
The Blackboard Learning Management System (LMS) is RMIT’s core e-learning tool. It offers range of online banking resources and communication tools including:
- A centralized area to upload and manage course content
- Tools creating course content in the Blackboard environment
- Tests (quizzes) and surveys
- Discussion boards and chat rooms
- Assignment submission tools
- Group work spaces.
This facility delivers recording lectures and events of university. Students can access the lecture recordings from their Blackboard course over the internet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Lectopia is a free service and has been installed into various lecture theaters on the City, Bundoora and Brunswick campuses. Recordings are prepared available in a range of formats including streaming, download, podcasting and no special software is required to view them.
Toolboxes (Flexible Learning Toolboxes) are high quality interactive e-learning and assessment resources featuring scenarios, images, activities and games that can be used to support learning in any situation. The Toolbox range also includes multimedia learning resources that support specific training packages, guides to assist with gaining recognition of prior learning, and the Equity resources, which support Indigenous learners; learners with a disability; and learners with literacy and numeracy needs.
It is a web hosting facility, generally used by staff to share a piece of content across multiple Blackboard shells. It allows content access through Blackboard. The content can be set up to require access through Blackboard only or to be freely accessible without authentication. This allows websites to be hosted on an RMIT server, and linked to, from the Learning Hub.
This is specialized tool for offering quizzes and tests, along with submitting assignments via the Internet. It supports most basic automatic evaluation question types, such as multiple choices, multiple answer, and short answer.
How to login in learning Hub:
Login for Students
To login into the learning hub, visit the RMIT Home Page. Select current students section which is located on left side under the information section, and then select Learning Hub under Student Essentials. You can also go directly to the Learning Hub page http://www.rmit.edu.au/online. Type your RMIT Id and Password and click on the login button. When you login on to to Online@RMIT the Learning Hub page appears with many links to E-learning tools, your RMIT student email, diary and announcements. A number of your courses documents are accessed by this Learning Hub. From the learning Hub, students access all information about education because it include learning resources and activities, course material, quizzes, conferences, on-line communication and other interactive materials. First time users of learning hub remember the rules of use of RMIT Information Technology (IT) Systems Conditions of use.
Login For staff:
To get the RMIT Online Learning Hub, select staff under the Information section, select learning Hub under the Learning and Teaching section, and open it, where enter RMIT ID and password, then click on the Login button to display the Learning Hub Login screen.
Features of Learning Hub
Your Learning Hub home page displays:
- Programs you are enrolled in
- Courses you are enrolled in
- Link to your > Previous semester course registrations
- Announcements on the left menu
- Links on the left menu.
If you face any problems with login in learning hub then contact at below:
Tel. +61 3 9925 8888
Fax: +61 3 9925 3177
RMIT Learning Hub tutorial video from youtube:
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