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A Literature Review focused on Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) and e-Learning in the Context of Te Reo Māori and Kaupapa Māori Education

Publication Details

The Ministry of Education has identified the need to further explore the use of Virtual Learning Environments particularly in the context of te reo Māori and kaupapa Māori education. This literature review was sought to provide further understanding for the Ministry of Education in this area.

Author(s): Prepared by Sarah-Jane Tiakiwai & Hans Tiakiwai [Kiore Enterprises Ltd] for the Ministry of Education

Date Published: March 2010

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