This research project asked how tertiary education might nurture entrepreneurial creativity, by focussing on the key themes espoused by business leaders' success stories. For the purposes of this study, fourteen New Zealand entrepreneurs or associates were asked the question: 'Why are you a successful entrepreneur?" Their responses informed findings for how best to foster entrepreneurial creativity amongst tertiary students, particularly in the context of work-integrated learning programmes.
This project focuses on utilisation, effectiveness and support in tertiary level Independent Learning Centres (ILCs) (Including Self-Access Centres (SACs) and Language Learning Centres (LLCs) throughout New Zealand; facilities and practices for advising learners, exploitation of resources, use of Facilitators/Tutorial Assistants, and the development of support structures. Current issues facing Centres will be investigated and guidelines describing good practice for SACs will be developed.
To look at the relationship between learning style, as measured with the Multiple Intelligences Developmental Assessment Scales (MIDAS), laparoscopic surgery experience and psychomotor skill performance using the MIST VR surgical simulator.