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Exploring the usefulness of frameworks for virtual schooling: A New Zealand example Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference(SITE)2013:1
In New Zealand, students are increasingly taking subjects via virtual learning. There are a number of frameworks, guidelines and matrices available to support those working in this area. This paper explores how these frameworks are and are not being ...
Tertiary students' changing access to technology: Some New Zealand observations World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications(EDMEDIA)2009:1
Tertiary students increasingly have access to their own technology in addition to that provided by the institution. This paper reports findings from five surveys conducted over the last decade at one university in New Zealand. Students' access to a...
Computer Coordinators as Change Agents: Some New Zealand Observations Journal of Technology and Teacher Education(JTATE)10:4, 2002
Strong and effective leadership at the school level is needed
if information and communication technology (ICT) is to be
successfully planned and integrated into the school curriculum.
A study was conducted in 2000 to investigate factors...
New Zealand Students' Perceptions of Blended Learning Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference(SITE)2011:1
In New Zealand, students are increasingly taking subjects in multiple formats from multiple providers. This paper reports on 12 students’ experiences of this blended learning in one region. Thematic analyses of the interview transcripts identified a ...
Oneline Learners: Who are they? World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications(EDMEDIA)2004:1
Online learning has become increasingly popular in tertiary education. However, it is noted that online learning may impose additional cognitive and social demands on the learner (Lai, 2002). In order for online learning to be effective, it is...