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.
The WCEL Team offer a range of staff development sessions to enhance the use of eLearning and technology within the University. These have a digital literacy focus, which means we assist staff to work towards finding solutions independently. Sessions are scheduled throughout the year along with twice-monthly WCEL Workshop Wednesday, online sessions you can join with a coffee from your favourite place.
Our 2016 WCELfest was held on Thursday 11th February 2016 and had the largest number of attendees to date. The keynote explored blended and flipped learning and was delivered by Professor Terry Anderson. Recordings from the day are available on the WCELfest2016 resources page.
Sharing Our Stories - Reflecting on learning & technology
We were very pleased to host internationally recognised eportfolio leader, Dr Helen Barrett, who delivered the keynote address in February 2015.
Check out the WCELfest2015 resources page for recordings of the day's events.