The set of guidelines based on digital literacy; reflective practice; and critical evaluation of digital resources, derived from this study with hospitality students are transferable to a wide range of contexts.
This project sought to identify and explore the impact of the Christchurch earthquake of Feb 22 2011 on a range of medical and nursing students, and newly graduated nurses involved in the Nurse Entry to Practice (NetP) programme.
This project evaluates the effects of a cyber-Whare and a Kaupapa Māori peer mentoring initiative on first year first time Māori students at the Open Polytechnic. This will be of interest to those wanting to more fully support Māori learners.
This report from Ako Aotearoa and the Australian Council for Educational Research analyses how students are engaging with their studies in New Zealand Private Training Establishments (PTEs) in New Zealand.
This project draws on experiences of the CPIT Bachelor of Nursing programme during and following the Christchurch earthquakes of 2010-2011. It provides recommendations for organisations as they develop strategies for preparedness for disaster management.
The Theory to Practice project developed an effective Discipline Specific e-Training Model for trades tutors that can be led by a trades tutor (for training other trades tutors). This was achieved by implementing a pilot training programme for hairdressing tutors that was developed and led by a hairdressing tutor who has received national recognition for her e-learning practice.
Two interactive learning resources were developed and trialled to gauge their effects on the learning of health science students. This will be of interest to those teachers planning the use of similar resources.