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.
Supporting Learners includes support services for learners, pastoral care, organisational responsiveness and culture, and student engagement.
To be able to engage and achieve in learning, students need to be fully aware of what e-learning is, and is not. The series of eight Learning in the 21st Century videos feature NZ tertiary students and tutors talking about their views and experiences of e-learning.
The New Migrants Initiative on the Albany Campus of Massey University sought to enhance levels of pastoral support for migrant students studying humanities and arts subjects, engage migrant communities regarding their learning needs, and develop responsiveness to the learning needs of migrant students.
A portal for an Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) Senior Fellowship Program awarded to Professor Sally Kift, Queensland University of Technology. This Senior Fellowship Program focuses on the national learning and teaching priority of enhancing the first year experience (FYE) of Australian higher education students.
The project, which gathered information from Private Training Establishments (PTEs) in the Western Bay of Plenty, offers good practice for the support and guidance of learners, and reports on the effectiveness of this from a student perspective.
This project focused on the identification of key tutor practices, in relation to delivery of content, student engagement, and cultural awareness, that correlated to successful outcomes for Māori students in a PTE. The results highlight the effectiveness of a bicultural approach to tutoring adult students.