Elearning in public sector training
This project is currently underway for Government Skills Australia on behalf of the Public Sector Industry Advisory Committee. It involves working with teams of designers from various government learning and development organizations around Australia to identify the critical success factors that lead to innovation and creativity in the training needed to develop the workforce of the future. The emphasis is on technology enhanced learning as a catalyst for developing scalable and sustainable learning designs for more efficient delivery of lifelong learning and career mobility.
Positioning Massey University for the future
This institutional research project evaluated the current and future needs for e-Learning and distance education at Massey University, New Zealand. Massey is one of the regionís leading providers of distance education and has played a huge role in the South Pacific. Faced with a rising demand for services from a multi campus institution, the report presented a strategy to balance capacity to meet local and international demand.
The South Pacific: An environmental scan
Commissioned to contribute to the Commonwealth of Learningís (COLís) strategic planning process for 2006-2009, this project involved a survey of the elearning readiness and capacity for adoption of open and distance learning tools of the sixteen Commonwealth countries in the South Pacific.
Developing international business opportunities for Australia, New Zealand and the Island Nations of the South Pacific Region for World Education Market (WEM)
Held in Lisbon in 2002 and 2003 by Reed Midem Organisation, France, WEM brought together buyers, government decision makers and leading institutions in an international marketplace of content, technology, solutions and expertise in education and training.