In a Nutshell
At RMIT University's GEElab, we are researching how game design thinking can positively affect and alter architecture & urbanism, mobility, popular media, storytelling, engagement, other sciences as well as society itself.
RMIT's GEElab and the State University of New York are collaborating on COIL (Collaborative Online International Learning Project in Trans-Humanism and Robotics).
The team develops simple programs and tasks for the NAO ROBOT that connects students at RMIT with those who are logged into the project from campuses in USA, Europe and Australia. The COIL team explores strategies for research and exchange using online and blended multicultural learning environments. The team includes educators, researchers and instructional technologists from RMIT and the State University of New York, Center for Collaborative Online International Learning.
The RMIT COIL project represents an emerging teaching and learning method for innovative, cost-effective global collaboration.