The Resource Centre contains practical material about good teaching and learning in the tertiary sector. The Resources can come from the Communities and Project Groups on the site. The Resources are high-quality, well-presented, evidence-based, and relevant to New Zealand.
Mātauranga Māori includes Māori knowledge, kaupapa Māori, educational achievement for Māori, supporting Māori learners, and supporting Māori staff.
New Zealand’s Māori Centre of Research Excellence is pursuing a unique vision for achieving full participation by Māori in all aspects of society and the economy. To deliver on this vision it is advancing excellent research that aims to define and address research problems from the Māori experience of them.
This refereed academic journal is part of the Capability Building Programme of Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. It provides several ways to share ideas and information on capability and capacity building for Māori and Indigenous people throughout New Zealand and throughout the world.
The Māori and Indigenous programme (MAI) is a nationally-organised network of key sites established throughout the country. It forms an integral part of Te Pae Whakatairanga Hiranga, which is the Capability Building programme of Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. MAI is focused on the accelerated development of Māori and Indigenous Doctoral graduates in the national interest.
Rangahau represents a Māori determined engagement with research. This website primarily aims to assist Māori researchers through the rangahau process. Kia kaha Māori mā, kia tika hoki te rangahau hei whai hua mo te iwi me ngā whānau.
Manu-Ao is a Māori academic networking initiative, supported by Te Kahui Amokura (a Māori Standing Committee of the New Zealand Vice-Chancellors Committee), TEC, and in association with all eight New Zealand Universities. This website is designed to provide a forum for panui, academic information, and Māori academic dialogue. The initiative is intended to support a culture of Māori scholarship within participating institutions. Each institution will have the opportunity to extend its own development programmes for Māori staff and on the basis of what needs are identified.