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E-Learning: The TEC e-CDF Landscape Laurence Zwimpfer Chair, e-Learnz Inc Rapporteur, UNESCO IFAP Council [email protected] Definitions E-Learning TEC e-CDF e-Learnz UNESCO IFAP Definitions E-Learning: Learning that is enabled or supported by the use of digital tools and content

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e learning the tec e cdf landscape

E-Learning: The TEC e-CDF Landscape

Laurence Zwimpfer

Chair, e-Learnz Inc

Rapporteur, UNESCO IFAP Council

[email protected]

definitions
Definitions

E-Learning

TEC

e-CDF

e-Learnz

UNESCO

IFAP

definitions3
Definitions
  • E-Learning:Learning that is enabled or supported by the use of digital tools and content
  • TEC:the Tertiary Education Commission
  • e-CDF:e-Learning Collaborative Development Fund
  • e-Learnz:A Consortium of 11 tertiary organisations
  • UNESCO:United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation
  • IFAP:UNESCO’s Information for All Programme
unesco instruments http www unesco org webworld ifap
UNESCO Instrumentshttp://www.unesco.org/webworld/ifap
  • Recommendation concerning the Promotion and Use of Multilingualism and Universal Access to Cyberspace
    • Adopted October 2003
    • Tackles the sensitive issue of balance between authors’ rights and user access
  • Charter on the Preservation of Digital Heritage
    • Adopted October 2003
    • Guidelines distributed 2004
  • Policy Guidelines for the Development and Promotion of Governmental Public Domain Information
    • Completed October 2004
    • Now being distributed
e learning team
e-Learning Team

Library Systems

Learning Management Systems

IT Systems

community of practice
Community of Practice

1

eLearning with Maori Learners

Developing e-Learning in the workplace

Developing e-Learning Leaders

e-Grow Northland

Collaborative Teaching Initiative

Flexible Learning Leaders in NZ

Applied e-Teaching & Support

Collaborative Tool Box

Generic Trade Training Modules

Quality Standards, Framework & Guidelines

Nga kiwai kete = Toolbox

OSCINZ

Open Source

eXe Project

Te Ako Hikohiko

2

3

Community of Practice

4

5

“To develop a vibrant ‘community of practice’ through which practitioners are able to share e-learning information and experiences”

6

7

8

ITPNZ

3

9

5

ASTE

10

11

8

e-Learnz

12

13

15

Te Tauihu o nga Wananga

14

15

community of practice9
Community of Practice
  • Building capability within polytechnics
  • Development of institutional e-learning capability
  • Development of individual tutor capability and skills
  • Team of e-learning experts providing support for smaller, regional polytechnics
  • ASTE Conference
e learning research
e-Learning Research

1

eLearning with Maori Learners

Developing e-Learning in the workplace

Developing e-Learning Leaders

e-Grow Northland

Collaborative Teaching Initiative

Flexible Learning Leaders in NZ

Applied e-Teaching & Support

Collaborative Tool Box

Generic Trade Training Modules

Quality Standards, Framework & Guidelines

Nga kiwai kete = Toolbox

OSCINZ

Open Source

eXe Project

Te Ako Hikohiko

2

3

e-Learning Research

4

5

“New Zealand requires a robust core of e-learning research to help drive future policy developments and assist tertiary organisations in making wise decisions about their investment in e-learning.”

6

7

8

9

1

ITPNZ

10

11

2

CPIT

12

13

15

Te Tauihu o nga Wananga

14

15

e learning research11
e-Learning Research
  • Research into key areas of Maori development in the field of e-learning
  • What works for Maori and why
  • Determine success factors in current Wananga educational model – how to extend to Marae
professional development
Professional Development

1

eLearning with Maori Learners

Developing e-Learning in the workplace

Developing e-Learning Leaders

e-Grow Northland

Collaborative Teaching Initiative

Flexible Learning Leaders in NZ

Applied e-Teaching & Support

Collaborative Tool Box

Generic Trade Training Modules

Quality Standards, Framework & Guidelines

Nga kiwai kete = Toolbox

OSCINZ

Open Source

eXe Project

Te Ako Hikohiko

2

3

Professional Development

4

5

“Many organisations have identified professional development as their most pressing issue.”

6

7

ITPNZ

ITPNZ

1

3

8

Regent Training Centre Ltd

ASTE

4

5

9

10

Christchurch College of Education

University of Waikato

7

6

11

12

Waikato Institute of Technology

Auckland College of Education

13

12

11

14

15

professional development13
Professional Development
  • Developing capability of all Northland private training providers to deliver e-learning
  • Establish Flexible Learning Leaders programme (supporting innovators and change agents)
  • Establish national mentoring network
  • Development of qualification in e-teaching (GDAeTS)
  • Increase capability of tertiary staff new to e-learning
  • Educate for Pasifika peoples’ inclusion
e learning standards
e-Learning Standards

1

eLearning with Maori Learners

Developing e-Learning in the workplace

Developing e-Learning Leaders

e-Grow Northland

Collaborative Teaching Initiative

Flexible Learning Leaders in NZ

Applied e-Teaching & Support

Collaborative Tool Box

Generic Trade Training Modules

Quality Standards, Framework & Guidelines

Nga kiwai kete = Toolbox

OSCINZ

Open Source

eXe Project

Te Ako Hikohiko

2

3

e-Learning Standards

4

“Interoperability standards are required in order to develop the networked education system described in the e-learning vision”

5

6

7

CPIT

ASTE

2

5

8

Wellington Institute of Technology

e-Learnz Inc

8

9

9

10

Massey University

Waikato Institute of Technology

10

12

11

12

University of Auckland

14

13

TOPNZ

13

14

15

Te Tauihu o nga Wananga

15

e learning standards15
e-Learning Standards
  • Development of tools for facilitating the collaborative development of tertiary programmes, courses and content for online delivery
  • Development of a set of quality standards and guidelines
  • Development and implementation of NZ Learning Management System (LMS), based on open source code
  • Development of e-Learning XML Editor as an open source tool, for use with any learning management system
electronic rights management
Electronic Rights Management

1

eLearning with Maori Learners

Developing e-Learning in the workplace

Developing e-Learning Leaders

e-Grow Northland

Collaborative Teaching Initiative

Flexible Learning Leaders in NZ

Applied e-Teaching & Support

Collaborative Tool Box

Generic Trade Training Modules

Quality Standards, Framework & Guidelines

Nga kiwai kete = Toolbox

OSCINZ

Open Source

eXe Project

Te Ako Hikohiko

2

3

Electronic Rights Management

4

5

“Mechanisms are required for managing rights and assigning costs for shared information resources, to help facilitate greater levels of collaboration between tertiary organisations”

6

7

8

9

e-Learnz Inc

8

10

11

12

9

Wellington Institute of Technology

13

14

15

electronic rights management17
Electronic Rights Management
  • Developing tools for collaborative use of learning resources
  • Implementing generic e-learning modules aligned with National Qualifications Framework
flexible learning pathways
Flexible Learning Pathways

1

eLearning with Maori Learners

Developing e-Learning in the workplace

Developing e-Learning Leaders

e-Grow Northland

Collaborative Teaching Initiative

Flexible Learning Leaders in NZ

Applied e-Teaching & Support

Collaborative Tool Box

Generic Trade Training Modules

Quality Standards, Framework & Guidelines

Nga kiwai kete = Toolbox

OSCINZ

Open Source

eXe Project

Te Ako Hikohiko

2

3

Flexible Learning Pathways

4

5

“e-Learning has the potential to provide increased flexibility and customisation of learning pathways”

6

7

8

2

CPIT

9

4

Regent Training Centre Ltd

10

11

9

Wellington Institute of Technology

12

13

14

15

flexible learning pathways19
Flexible Learning Pathways
  • Delivering unit standards courses in an applied workplace setting
  • Co-operative training initiatives for staff in Northland PTEs
  • Development of generic/foundation trade training modules
marginalised learners
Marginalised Learners

1

eLearning with Maori Learners

Developing e-Learning in the workplace

Developing e-Learning Leaders

e-Grow Northland

Collaborative Teaching Initiative

Flexible Learning Leaders in NZ

Applied e-Teaching & Support

Collaborative Tool Box

Generic Trade Training Modules

Quality Standards, Framework & Guidelines

Nga kiwai kete = Toolbox

OSCINZ

Open Source

eXe Project

Te Ako Hikohiko

2

3

Marginalised Learners

4

5

“To explore options for developing e-learning opportunities for groups that curretnly have least access to tertiary education”

6

7

Regent Training Centre Ltd

1

ITPNZ

4

8

9

Auckland College of Education

Wellington Institute of Technology

10

9

11

11

12

Waikato Institute of Technology

Te Tauihi o nga Wananga

13

12

15

14

15

marginalised learners21
Marginalised Learners
  • Train educators to use e-Learning effectively to increase access, participation and achievement for Maori learners
  • Nga Kiwai Kete – an e-learning toolbox for TEO staff supporting Maori and Pasifika students
  • A Resource Centre to foster awareness of e-learning amongst Maori educators
  • Development of e-Learning course for te reo Maori
learning design pedagogy
Learning Design & Pedagogy

1

eLearning with Maori Learners

Developing e-Learning in the workplace

Developing e-Learning Leaders

e-Grow Northland

Collaborative Teaching Initiative

Flexible Learning Leaders in NZ

Applied e-Teaching & Support

Collaborative Tool Box

Generic Trade Training Modules

Quality Standards, Framework & Guidelines

Nga kiwai kete = Toolbox

OSCINZ

Open Source

eXe Project

Te Ako Hikohiko

2

3

Learning Design & Pedagogy

4

5

“Innovative development of e-learning options tailored to meet the needs of learners”

6

7

8

Wellington Institute of Technology

9

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

learning design pedagogy23
Learning Design & Pedagogy
  • Developing generic trade training modules for industry trainees, second chance learners and secondary school students
e learning the tec e cdf landscape26

E-Learning: The TEC e-CDF Landscape

Laurence Zwimpfer

Chair, e-Learnz Inc

Rapporteur, UNESCO IFAP Council

[email protected]

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