The University of Waikato is a leader in eLearning. The Waikato Centre for eLearning (WCEL) will work alongside staff to provide students with innovative eLearning experiences, support staff with eResearch and develop staff confidence and ability with ICT tools.
The WCEL Team offer a range of workshops to enhance the university’s use of eLearning and Digital Literacy knowledge and skills. WCEL staff are also happy to work with individuals or groups where appropriate.
Online help documentation is available for the key systems WCEL support.
The Waikato Centre for eLearning (WCEL) provide design support to staff for excellence in online and blended delivery of educational courses.
Moodle is the University’s centrally supported Learning Management System and was implemented in 2007.
The University is committed to providing a solution to enable staff and students to capture and delivery audio and video content. In 2009 the University of Waikato implemented Panopto as the centrally supported lecture capture system.
Google Apps is a suite of applications available for students and staff at our university. The Apps allow you to create documents, spreadsheets, presentations, forms, wikis, websites and calendars.
Adobe Connect as the centrally supported web conference solution for web meetings, eLearning and webinars. Meetings are held online using your desktop or mobile device.
The WCEL Team support and develop staff to enhance and maintain their maintain workforce ICT capability.
WCEL Team can provide support and leadership for staff using ICT in the research process and help facilitate collaboration between researchers.