Resources and Support in the Assessment Process
Te Puna Ako - Centre for Tertiary Teaching and Learning
The Centre for Tertiary Teaching and Learning (CeTTL) seeks to empower staff to fulfil the University’s commitment to excellence in higher learning. CeTTL aims to help staff to develop the competencies, skills and pedagogical knowledge that they need to provide high quality teaching, and to foster reflective practice skills so that academic teachers become equipped to improve their own practice. Through this work with staff CeTTL aims to enhance organisational capacity and capability in relation to quality teaching and learning.
CeTTL offers a range of assessment-related resources including workshops and resources.
Assessment-related resources include:
- Principles of Assessment for Learning
- Information on Course and Curriculum Design
- Assessment: Feedback to Promote Student Learning
- Assessment: Setting and Marking Assessment Tasks
- Assessment Matters: Academic Integrity
- Assessment Matters: Self and Peer Assessment
- Assessment Tasks to Promote Learning
- Assessment Matters: Group Work Assessment
Individual support is available for all staff in planning or refining assessment.
More information on the resources and services provided by CeTTL can be found on the CeTTL website.
Te Puna Ako - Centre for Tertiary Teaching and Learning: eLearning
CeTTL's Teaching Development team includes staff trained in Digital Literacy and eLearning Design. The Teaching Development team provides staff capacity and capability building through professional development and support for effectively using technology for teaching and learning, research and administration. It manages major University eLearning systems including Moodle, Turnitin, Panopto Coursecast and Google Apps.
The calendar of CeTTL's professional development courses is available in iWaikato or contact the Centre to discuss assessment opportunities through eLearning.
The Library - Te Whare Pukapuka
The Library provides an extensive collection of online, print and audio-visual resources that fully support the teaching, learning and research needs of University staff and students. It offers a series of generic tutorials and information literacy programmes to introduce students to the Library and its resources and participates in e-learning initiatives that facilitate teaching and learning. Professional Library staff work closely on an individual and group basis with students and academic staff to assist them with their teaching and learning needs, and to help them to identify, access and manage research-related information.
The Student Services Division provides a central service for student welfare, support and accommodation, and policies, information, advice and services relating to student administration and academic matters. The student Information Centre, located in the Student Centre, and the Assessment and Graduation Office, located in Student Union Building (SUB), are part of this Division.