Learning technology

by Andy Kirk


Learning

Technology

Profile Information

  • First name: Andy
  • Last name: Kirk
  • Country: New Zealand
  • Town: Lower Hutt
  • Industry: eLearning
Start date End date Position
August 2011 Channel Account Manager, EMEA: Totara Learning Solutions
June 2010 July 2011 eLearning Trainer: WelTec
November 2010 February 2011 eTutor (Contractor): The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand
Tutored and facilitated an online course in Developing Courses in Moodle, as part of the Open Source Learning Lab.
July 2009 June 2010 Senior Advisor, eLearning: Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu - The Correspondence School
January 2009 July 2009 Total Solutions Trainer: LexisNexis
February 2008 December 2008 Educational Technologies Advisor: Flexible Learning Network
July 2003 January 2008 eLearning Adviser (Resources & Technology): JISC Regional Support Centre South East
As an eLearning Advisor, I am keen to explore the possibilities of technologies for teaching and learning. This site will highlight some of the findings of the My Portfolio project for schools and tertiary sectors in which I am involved, as well as news, comments and reflections on learning technology in general.

Recent Blog Posts

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In recognition of the contribution to education, Mahara won the category for 'open source use in education' at last night's New Zealand open source Awards 2008 It was high recognition from the great and the good of the New Zealand open source community .

cast of many helped to get Mahara to the stage it is at today and have ensured that it has gone from strength to strength. As the enhancements to the forthcoming release of Mahara 1.1 can testify, there is growing involvement and contribution from the international Mahara community. All of which, of course, is great news for users of the My Portfolio service in New Zealand.

 

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Posted by Andy on 25 September 2008, 10:36 AM | Comments (0)

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