What is the Research Register?
The Ako Aotearoa Research Register is a comprehensive source of information on recent tertiary education research and implementation projects, currently being conducted in New Zealand (2006 onwards).
The Research Register is freely available to identify others currently working in your area(s) of interest, access links to outputs, or make contact with project teams/members.
We include projects that are currently underway as well as those that are completed so that anyone can get both early notice about projects underway, and outputs from completed projects.
The Research Register is also available for tertiary education researchers to describe their current/completed work. The Research Register is updated through the public domain but you can request for the details of your project to be added/updated by emailing us using this form. In time we will be developing the register so that you can upload your details onto the website yourself.
How can information be included in the register?
We encourage all recent/current project teams working on tertiary education projects to register their work. We would like you to register your work as early as possible so that others can be informed about what projects are currently active.
All you need to do is notify us by email by clicking on “add your project to the register”. Please note however, you need to be registered on the website to register your project.
There is some specific information we need to fill all the fields:
- Project title
- Names of researchers
- Research objectives (less than 100 words)
- Methodology (less than 50 words)
- Name of lead organisation
- Name/s of other organisations
- Name of funding source
- International collaboration involved (yes/no)
- Postgraduate research project (yes/no)
- Status of project (none to date/in progress/completed)
- Full citation of output/s (APA5th preferred)
- Link to online publication/s, if available