The Australian Flexible Learning Framework (Framework) is the e-learning strategy for the vocational education and training (VET) sector. Their ePortfolios site includes useful resources, news, events and a blog.
Launched in February, 2009, the Centre is a research centre established to facilitate the study of student equity policy and practice in Australian higher education and in related fields, and to lead the development of new knowledge in these fields.
This analysis examined the predictive correlations between NCEA (and as a comparator) Cambridge International Examinations results and the first year grade point averages at one large New Zealand university.
Information about the Skills Strategy Action Plan forming what the government, the Council of Trade Unions, Business New Zealand and the Industry Training Federation, believe will be effective ways to ensure that as a nation we have the skills necessary to drive economic growth.
To improve the dialogue between employers and educators, the Industry Training Federation undertook a preliminary survey of employers and Industry Training Organisations to gain a better understanding of what literacy and numeracy skills and knowledge employers are looking for in school-leavers. This report outlines the findings.
Reports the proportion of the population aged 15 years and over enrolled at any time during the year in formal tertiary education leading to a recognised New Zealand qualification ranging from certificates and diplomas to bachelor and post-graduate degrees. Domestic students only are included. Students who were enrolled at more than one qualification level have been counted in each level.
This review, from UK-based Futurelab, provides an introduction to the concept of social justice and the practices of usercentred design (UCD), looking at how theories for changing the world marry up with methods to implement these changes. It then explores the potential role of technology-enhanced learning (TEL) within this framework.
This report reviews and synthesises research literature on decision-making by prospective students on whether, where and what to study at a tertiary level. The report is based on findings from New Zealand and overseas literature and will contribute to knowledge and understanding of the factors that influence student-decision making.