e-Learning Research and Evaluation
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.
This page contains links to completed e-Learning research and evaluation projects.
The Ministry of Education has published a number of research reports on e-Learning, which are available from the e-Learning publication home page.
| e-Learning Publications |
The latest e-learning education publications on Education Counts.
| Education Publications|
The latest education research publications 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.
Downloads / Links
Where to Find Out MoreTe Kete Ipurangi website Virtual Learning Network website Ultra-fast Broadband in Schools
Contact UsFor queries about e-Learning Research and Evaluation please contact:
Ministry of Education
P O Box 1666
New Zealand Email: Research.Info@minedu.govt.nz