Waikato Centre for eLearning
Pokapū eAko o Waikato
The University of Waikato has an established reputation for innovation in eLearning. University staff are actively encouraged to explore technologies in all areas of their work. The Waikato Centre for eLearning (WCEL) provide support and development for staff to achieve excellence in teaching, learning, research and administration using technologies. WCEL manage and support several key university services including Moodle, Turnitin®, Panopto and Google Apps.
Technology is changing at such a pace that it is important that everyone includes digital literacy in their professional development. We all have the capability to participate in the digital world if we are willing to invest in ourselves to ensure we are well equipped for the digital age.
Latest entries from the WCEL Blog
May 06 - Types of Plagiarism
The University of Waikato is committed to upholding the highest degree of academic excellence for students enrolled in all its papers and programmes university-wide. To provide lecturers the opportunity to monitor levels of academic integrity for students and where needed provide...
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Mar 19 - MoodleMoot Conference around the corner
~ MoodleMoot New Zealand 2013 - 22nd to 24th April 2013, Waikato University Hamilton Campus ~ WCEL are proud to be a part of organising this year's New Zealand Moodle conference in April. The conference is run over three days...
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Feb 12 - WCELfest2013
This year's WCELfest took place on Thursday 31st January 2013 and was another successful day. We had over 150 registrations and feedback so far has been fantastic. In an excellent keynote address, Dr John Hinchcliff examined how we should approach the future of...
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