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Tēnā koutou and welcome

Ako Aotearoa
Ako Aotearoa

Etahi kōrero anō mō Ako Aotearoa: ā mātau tāngata, ngā mahi, ngā pūtea, ngā pitopito kōrero me ētahi anō

Pokapū Rauemi
Pokapū Rauemi

Kimihia ngā rauemi ā-ringa, kounga hoki hei tautoko i te ako i te Pokapū Rauemi

Rōpū
Rōpū

Tūhonohono atu ki ētahi i ngā rōpū pūtere, hapori hoki

Rārangi Rangahau
Rārangi Rangahau

Kimihia he rangahau, he kaupapa rānei e pā ana ki te mātauranga matua i Aotearoa i te Rārangi Rangahau

This is the time of year we call for nominations for the next round of Tertiary Teaching Excellence Awards (TTEAs). Nominations for the 2015 awards need to be in with us by 31st  March 2015.

Eight free information sessions are being held across New Zealand in April to support project teams interested in applying for Ako Aotearoa funding.

These information sessions have been designed to support project teams develop high quality applications. They are expected to benefit both emerging teams who are new to the process as well as established teams who are looking to increase their chances of success. We strongly encourage any teams considering our funding opportunities to attend a session.

The information sessions will take the form of a presentation lasting about an hour, with time for questions and discussion afterwards.

Registrations are now open for the hui, held 8 -10 July 2015 and co-hosted by Te Tapuae o Rēhua it will be held at Te Kete Ika, Lincoln University, Canterbury. The theme for 2015 is Whakarauora – Revitalisation.

The New Zealand branch of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA) and Ako Aotearoa are pleased to welcome you to our joint symposium for 2015. The focus of this year’s event is the role of learner feedback in improving teaching practices, and how the changing nature of higher education may affect the nature of such feedback.