Information about the e-learning research and evaluation work commissioned by the Ministry of Education.
The Ministry of Education commissions a variety of research and evaluation around the impact of e-Learning practices in education. Overall the Ministry's research and evaluation of e-Learning aims to:
- Assess the impacts of Ministry e-Learning initiatives across the education sector to strengthen planning and implementation
- Explore e-Learning practices that make a positive difference to learning
- Support educators to make critical and reflective pedagogical decisions about their use of e-Learning.
The Ministry of Education has published a number of research reports on e-Learning, which are available from the e-Learning Publications page on Education Counts
Other information about ICT in education
The Ministry of Education's Enabling e-Learning initiative aims to support schools in using ICT effectively to enhance students' learning. Enabling e-Learning brings together the latest information and professional learning resources via a dedicated space on Te Kete Ipurangi (TKI) and the Virtual Learning Network (VLN) community.
Ultra-fast Broadband in Schools
With technology increasingly key to education delivery, the Government has prioritised schools in its Ultra Fast Broadband (UFB) and Rural Broadband Initiatives (RBI), under which fibre is being rolled out across New Zealand.
97% of schools will receive ultra-fast broadband capability by 2016, with the remainder in areas too remote for fibre to receive an improved broadband service via satellite or alternative technology. As part of this commitment all state and state-integrated schools will receive a fully-funded connection to the fibre being rolled out in their area.
Where to find out more
Contact UsFor queries about e-Learning Research and Evaluation please contact:
Ministry of Education
P O Box 1666
New Zealand Email: Research Mailbox