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Judith Hewitson
This is the end of the 3 year adventure as The Diplomat publishes the final episode of our DIY business guide for small-medium enterprises working with China. The publishing landscape for film makers is always changing and independent documentary faces particular challenges. Let’s know if you like the episodic format? and how else you think programs...
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Fantastic summit thank you LearnX.  Met VR colleagues doing great work and jumping over the boundaries of the new technologies.             Mark ‘Squiz’ Squirrell (above) Global Frontline and Ravi Pratap Singh (above), Learnnovators and champions, including MaxArt, all sharing their own specific methods and approaches to how we can incorporate  mixed reality into...
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Learn first-hand with this worker’s guide to DIY international diplomacy. Filmed in China and Australia and the seas between, it’s a three-year adventure in four bite-sized weekly episodes. Produced by Reality Learning, documentary maker Ian Lang shows how small players are taking big risks that pay off. This mini-web series is our 2018 exploration into...
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Are you having difficulty in producing sufficient video to compete against the din of online communication?. Responding to your requests, ‘The Video Department’ is now here to transform your in-house mobile filming into professional digital communications for your stories, messages, presentations. Australian Business Volunteers,working with IBM and NAB, are already benefiting from RL’s video service...
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Thank you LearnX for a great 2017 summit, award event, and opportunity to celebrate winning the Platinum and Silver awards for eLearning. Wonderful to hear so many stories about how large, and small, business and services are embracing new training approaches and technologies. All to engage and motivate people, to create positive work cultures and wellbeing....
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Reality Learning Consultant, Emma Lang, discusses the impact of Germany’s national history in shaping its attitudes on asylum seeker policy today. The census came back five million people short. “That’s the size of some small countries. That’s the size of Denmark!” I’ve met with a friend in Berlin at a cafe in Kruezber, former East Germany....
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Whether training university graduates, such as occupational therapists, or remote community workers, Virtual Reality (VR) is a step forward. It provides new insight into the  complexities that all health workers face. VR coupled with scenario training, provokes deeper personal and emotional engagement for a deeper learning experience.  It simultaenously engages multiple disciplines and technical expertise,...
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Reality Learning farewells Dr Ian Lang and welcomes Karen Moloney.  Ian takes up the position of Director Curriculum and Registrar at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School, Sydney.  Ian’s creative curriculum design in film communication using mobile technologies, has also led to a new mobile film production facility for Reality Learning. Ian has followed...
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In exploring our VR capacity I discovered VR colleagues in the most unlikely places – even on a camel in the Sahara where I met Daniel Bury using his own personally built VR rig and having great success, creatively and commercially, as he travels the world producing VR travel films; and in Barcelona with ‘Bjork Digital‘ a...
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The World Federation of Occupational Therapy‘s course for therapists working in crisis has been awarded for excellence in the field. Developed as a self-paced package in 2016, the course was designed and developed by Reality Learning to build the capacity of hundreds of therapists working in disaster recovery each year. With interactive features and online delivery,...
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