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A cross disciplinary group of academics, researchers, students, designers and developers exploring new ways of learning through technology and new media. The App Lab creates pedagogical transformation through instructional design, user meaning-making and emerging learning technologies, applied into experimental app design & development and digital learning outputs. Our goal is to produce the best possible learning outcomes for all learners in meaningful ways.

This research and learning lab represents a coalition of imaginative, creative and digitally capable staff and students from the Auckland University of Technology, and a range of external institutional and industry partners. We dedicate ourselves to critically thinking about and applying effective methods for successfully using technology for teaching and learning. App Lab seeks to improve community wellbeing through learning experiences, and provide opportunities for emergent and disruptive paradigms into education-based user experience design.

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Community page for the Ascilite Mobile Learning SIG (#ascilitemlsig)

Aims: To explore the intersection of mobile learning, new pedagogies, SOTEL, DBR, and authentic learning.

Discussion forum for the CMALT cMOOC Community https://cmaltcmooc.wordpress.com

Flexible Learning Team (FLiT) from Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT).

Exploring innovation in health education

Exploring the impact of mobile social media on journalism education and practice.

Transdisciplinary Innovation Network Aotearoa [ TINA ]


This is the discussion forum for the MOSOMELT cMOOC https://mosomelt.wordpress.com

#MOSOMELT is a community of lecturers exploring and sharing creative pedagogies and curriculum redesign enabled by mobile social media. 

Networked Professional Development (NPD)—A group for researchers and practitioners alike with an interest in networked approaches for developing the capacity to teach with technologies. Be it a network of communities or a community of networks, the idea is to extrapolate the value of such interactions for individual career progression.

Exploring innovative learning and teaching strategies for effective use of mobile and social media tools in health education.

Support forum for the Pacific Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning (PJTEL), for Reviewers and Authors.

Exploring Social Media in Paramedicine Education

Exploring contemporary physiotherapy curriculum design. See https://physiotel.wordpress.com/ for further information.

Augmenting the classroom and the community