What is art? Do you believe that art is always by your side? Or sometimes it is hiding in your heart and mind? Art can be the most essential […]
Dr Zahari Hamidon is currently a Senior Lecturer at Learning Technology | Cluster of Education and Social Sciences at Open University Malaysia. He is a Program Director for Master of Instructional Design and Technology (MIDT),Open University Malaysia
Do you agree if I say, instead of learning theory, general system theory is a foundation of instructional design. Thanks to James Swanson for his video entitled System Thinking. Bertalanffy (1968 p.19) […]
The emergence of new technology has given educators and learners the opportunity to explore knowledge independently. Internet teaching and learning occur anytime, anywhere, anyhow. The slides aim to equip and trigger ideas […]
Do you know about durian? Do you like durian?
Art and Technology seems to be so close nowadays due to technology enhancement from time to time. Artist and designers able to express their ideas and emotion through computer. We should thanks to Benoit Mandelbrot who developed the visual articulation of mathematical or scientific data such as imaging of fractals in 1975 (Grabowski & Fick,2009:36), which I think have make our ways of expressing our ideas and transferring our creativity more fluid and flexible in producing our artworks.
Interesting facts about Picasso provided by the author through video, supported by a reliable source, which I think an effective way of conveying knowledge. Sometimes we tend to put in writing. A picture worth a thousand words
Do you know? To produce an excellent composition, one of the main components you need to consider is negative (background ) and positive (foreground) space.
Useful AI Experiment for Arts
Useful articles for those who have a great interest in applying AI in teaching and learning. Abstract duplicate from the article entitled: AI Grand Challenges for Education. This article focuses on contributions that […]
EDU 4.0, are we ready? With the evolution of Web 1.0 to Web 3.0 and moving forward to Web 4.0. Based on the Chart from the Radar Networks and Nova Spivack (2007), each of the trends shows an average of 10 years of changing. Gradual changes from desktop to Web OS will affect the teaching and learning scenario. Learners will be more independent and personalise.