Senior Lecturer in Educational Technology at the Victoria University of Wellington Centre for Academic Development and President of the Australasian Council on Open and Distance Education
Dr Stephen Marshall is Senior Lecturer in Educational Technology at the Victoria University of Wellington Centre for Academic Development and President of the Australasian Council on Open and Distance Education.
Stephen leads the Victoria University Digital Vision and Strategy for Learning and Teaching initiatives and researches in the areas of e-learning benchmarking, plagiarism and academic integrity, intellectual property, and the development of educational policy and strategy supporting and encouraging the effective use of technology. He is co-creator of the internationally recognised and applied e-learning maturity model
The New Zealand Tertiary Education Commission is developing and piloting a capability framework for New Zealand tertiary education organizations. This framework is intended to support the development and maintenance of a self-improving, self-correcting tertiary system that responds and adapts to the changing needs of learners and employers. This presentation will provide an overview of the […]
The Australasian Council on Online Distance and eLearning (ACODE) Benchmarks for Technology Enhanced Learning are a tool designed to assist institutions in their practice of delivering a quality technology enhanced learning experience for their students and staff. 27 international universities met in 2016 to collaboratively review and analyse their capability, and identify opportunities for ongoing […]