Explores how colleges and universities are embracing innovation and using emerging technologies to enhance learning in a climate of economic pressure, changing social circumstances and rapid technological change.
This project investigated the causes of learners withdrawing or not completing courses of study in Kiwidotcom, a Northland PTE, and to identify those current practices which are working effectively in keeping at least 60% of learners engaged to completion.
This report from Ako Aotearoa and the Australian Council for Educational Research analyses how students are engaging with their studies in Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITPs) in New Zealand.
In December 2010, Otago Polytech hosted a Self-assessment for quality conference. It was sponsored by Ako Aotearoa, ITP Quality, Industry Training Federation, NZQA and the NZ Universities Academic Audit Unit.
This Ministry of Education paper looks at differences in the performance of young people who leave school and progress on to bachelors degree study. It compares the performance of students with different levels of school achievement. It also compares the performance of young degree students at polytechnics and universities.