Selena Chan’s (Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology) newly approved project, Developing interactive e-textbooks on net tablets, brings together two aspects of learning technologies: mobile learning and e-books.
A beautiful waiata was performed by the eighteen staff from the Music and Audio Institute of New Zealand last week when we disseminated the findings of the Hei Tauira: Teaching and Learning for Success for Māori in Tertiary Settings project published by Ako Aotearoa.
The three significant earthquakes and large number of associated aftershocks experienced in the Canterbury region since 4 September 2010 have required educational organisations to cope with a natural disaster and its consequences.
We sadly regret that Associate Professor Richard Duke from the University of Canterbury has had to relinquish his role due to ill health. In the short period that Richard has worked with the Southern Hub, he has been a passionate advocate for us. We wish him the very best.