Our website hosts a range of group spaces for project teams and communities of practice. These spaces allow members to collaborate by discussing and sharing ideas, project information and resources - in private or public.
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A Participatory Action Research project investigating the tutor and learner experiences of the myLearn Network of provision pilot project as well as those of support and administrative staff and the technical and administrative impact on institutions.
Welcome to this new online educational resource for learning about addiction directly from people who have experienced it – ordinary people who developed alcohol and other drug problems and are now living full, happy and productive lives.
The resource is intended to help medical students and health professionals understand the psychological, social and cultural drivers of addiction, so that they feel better equipped to help those in need. We also hope that it will be a useful learning...
Developing Research Supervision Skills: Understanding and Enhancing Supervisor Professional Development Practice in the Aotearoa New Zealand context - a project funded by the Ako Aotearoa Southern Regional Hub Project Fund.
This project is about developing an open source, Moodle-compatible application supporting assignment management and marking. We aim to address issues like marking schemes, group assignments, marker teams and peer-assessment. The overall focus will be on improving efficiency to enable increased focus on quality.
Please see lightworkmarking.org for up-to-date project information.
This project sought to help universities understand how to better engage learners in the sciences. Research compared the learning environments at secondary school and first year of university with the aim of developing a model for improved transition between the two.
The project began in November 2006 to investigate innovative and effective assessment strategies employed in a range of New Zealand tertiary education organisations. The project's purpose was to focus on practices that teachers use to support effective teaching and learning.
This project aims to enhance learner engagement through adopting a strengths-based approach to delivery. It is funded through the National Project Fund stream which promotes collaboration across and within different parts of the tertiary education sector.