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.
Sharing Our Stories - Reflecting on learning & technology
Our 2015 WCELfest was held on Thursday 12th February 2015. We were very pleased to host internationally recognised eportfolio leader, Dr Helen Barrett, who delivered the keynote address.
Check out the WCELfest2015 resources page for recordings of the day's events.
Latest entries from the WCEL Blog
Jun 20 - Top Ten Online Workload Management Strategies
Recently the University of Waikato Teaching Development Unit published their TDU Talk magazine - an issue with the theme Towards the University of the Future. All of the articles related to elearning in some way - to read, click this...
...read more about Top Ten Online Workload Management Strategies.
Nov 04 - scoop.it - the online magazine anyone can create
Today a colleague suggested that a quick post about scoop.it would be a useful addition to the WCEL blog posts for this year, so here goes. Scoop.it is an example of a digital curation tool - that is, you...
...read more about scoop.it - the online magazine anyone can create.
Sep 04 - Moodle MOOC
The WCEL Team are excited about the first Moodle MOOC starting this month. This is a FREE online course designed for anyone who wants to learn about using Moodle with others from around the world. Designed to provide a good...
...read more about Moodle MOOC.