This study analyses the learning needs of adult refugee learners with low-level language and literacy skills. The project identified educational strategies for teaching these learners and a teaching resource has been developed.
This report explores collaboration experiences within multi-organisation projects to determine factors that contribute to successful project teams and sustainable communities of practice. It will be of interest to collaborative research and project teams throughout the wider tertiary education community
This comprehensive stocktake report of alternative assessment policies will be of value to multiple stakeholders, including policy practitioners and those involved in advocating for students with impairments.
National Survey of Alternative Assessment
Arrangements Policy and Practice in
Tertiary Education with Reference to
International Policy and Literature
A Research Report
Martha G. Bell, PhD
Preparedness for Sudden
Change: Lessons from managing
large-scale disruption within a
Bachelor of Nursing community
Dr Lesley Seaton, Project Leader
Research Team: Dr Philippa Seaton, Judy Yarwood, Melanie Ryan
Those involved in the teaching and learning of law students will be interested in this first phase of a longitudinal study that examines law students’ university and employment experience including their well-being.
The making of lawyers:
experiences of first year
New Zealand law students
Associate Professor Lynne Taylor
Professor Ursula Cheer
Associate Professor John Caldwell
Dr Debra Wilson