The Resource Centre contains practical material about good teaching and learning in the tertiary sector. The Resources can come from the Communities and Project Groups on the site. The Resources are high-quality, well-presented, evidence-based, and relevant to New Zealand.
Distance and Flexible Learning includes flexible learning and support, blended learning, and technology-assisted learning such as e-learning and m-learning.
From the UK, a publication designed for those in further and higher education who aim to enhance the student learning experience through apt and imaginative uses of technology. It outlines key aspects of designing learning in a technology-rich context and is structured to address the needs of experienced practitioners as well as those new to technology-based learning and teaching.
This project aimed to better understand the critical success factors and pedagogy for effective use of e-learning with Māori learners, and to train educators on the effective use of e-learning for Māori learners.
This report contributes to the ITPNZ project entitled Critical Success Factors for Effective Use of eLearning with Māori Learners. The project has been designed to provide information on critical success factors for Māori eLearners and to disseminate findings to educators within the tertiary education sector.
In October 2010, the AUT University commissioned a literature review of learning management systems (LMS) as one part of a broader project reviewing LMS at AUT. Includes a brief history of e-learning in NZ, environmental scan, critical reflections on LMS, and future considerations for LMS.