• How does “Fun at Work” work for Learning Advisors in Aotearoa-New Zealand? 

    Owler, K; Morrison, RL (Association of Tertiary Learning Advisors of Aotearoa New Zealand (ATLAANZ), 2015)
    Job satisfaction and motivation are vital to ensuring productivity and business success. As part of enhancing student success in a fast changing world, it is necessary for Tertiary Learning Advisors (TLAs) to be motivated ...
  • Connecting or constructing academic literacies on Facebook 

    Bassett, Mark (2015)
    This paper outlines proposed doctoral research into how postgraduate students develop academic literacies within the bounds of learning theories and Web 2.0 tools that their lecturers select. Lea and Street’s (1998) academic ...
  • Evaluating the effectiveness of student-centred assessment in an undergraduate programme 

    Walters, S; Nikolai, J; Silva, P; Broederlow, L (Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia Inc (HERDSA), 2015)
    The aim of this session is to discuss the preliminary findings of a research involving enabling students to design their own assessments, and its implications on the teaching and learning environment.
  • Playing with Lego: constructing modular interactive digital learning resources 

    Silva, P (Students,Transitions, Achievement, Retention & Success (STARS), 2015)
    The development of innovative digital interactive learning resources to develop academic literacies has been a key driver of the Auckland University of Technology Student Learning Centre. This pilot project derived from ...
  • TPACKing for the Student Learning Centre digital strategy 

    Basset, M; Silva, P (ascilite, 2014)
    Providing academic support for a diverse tertiary population requires the inclusion of a digital approach. However, in order to develop a digital strategy, there is a need to provide an allencompassing reflection on how ...
  • Mobile realities and dreams: are students and teachers dreaming alone or together? 

    Bassett, Mark; Kelly, Oriel (ASCILITE, 2013)
    The use of mobile technologies and social media for teaching and learning signals the potential for ontological shifts in learning and teaching, redefining the roles of both students and lecturers. Understanding tertiary ...