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  • Warren Grieve

    Digital Technologies Welcome
    Hi Rob. Welcome to the Digital Technologies group on VLN. Keen to have your ideas and thoughts added. Start discussions, ask to added as a contributor to resources I have posted. Keep each other up to date with news that you hear about to do with this area. Let’s use our contacts to keep everyone up to speed with Digital Technologies as it develops in N.Z. Dive into discussion we would love to hear your thoughts.
    My resources are on Pond at https://www.pond.co.nz/detail/3398311/digital-technologies-a-primary-focus

  • Tessa Gray

    Haere mai and welcome to the Enabling e-Learning groups including the Digital Citizenship group Rob. Good to have you on board. 

    You might also be interested in a webinar we ran this year on Digital citizenship - using inquiry to build digital citizenship [/groupcms/view/187012/webinar-recordings]

    In the meantime, please feel free to jump in, add your own resources, ask a question or contribute to the collaborative projects on offer.

    We hope you can join us in the term 3 Enabling e-Learning activities [/blog/view/694896/whats-on-in-term-3] and that you enjoy the weekly e-learning round-up on the blog [/blog/group/118255/all].

    Looking forward to working with you online. Ngā mihi nui, nā Tessa.

  • Enabling e-Learning

    Welcome to one of our Enabling e-Learning group, Rob. I'm sure your experience and expertise will be valuable :-) I hope our growing community can support your learning, too.

    It would be great if you could join us too in our parent group, Enabling e-Learning, to be in touch with the wider community [/pg/groups/118255/enabling-elearning/] including our weekly e-learning round-up [/pg/blog/owner/group:118255] and to connect to the other e-learning folk in our community:-)

    Looking forward to working with you. Ngā mihi nui, nā Karen.

    PS can you share one or two professional details on your profile to help us connect skills and interests more easily?