eLearning Policy to Practice in the New Zealand Context

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This paper initially takes a global perspective reviewing and critiquing arguments for education's role in building electronically-networked knowledge societies. It then examines how this is reflected in contemporary New Zealand/Aotearoa digital technologies in education/eLearning strategies and policies, drawing implications from this for institution-level planning and practice. This paper is targeted at teachers and educators wishing to consolidate their knowledge of digital technology/eLearning strategy and policy appropriate to their education sector level, and the sort of considerations needed when planning and implementing these within their institution.

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