Rob Ayres

Interim Director, Te Waka Urungi
Course Development
Location: Building 023, Room 1037

Qualifications

BE (Hons), MA (Hons), RSACert TEFL, DipELT

Publications

Ayres, R. J., & Herzeler, C. (2016). Improving Effectiveness of Spaces Through Increased Collaboration and Communication During the Design and Construction Phase. New Generation Learning (IQPC Australia), Auckland, New Zealand.

Ayres, R. J., & Keesing-Styles, L. (2016). Aligning Capability, Pedagogy and Design in New Generation Spaces. New Generation: Learning Space Design (IQPC Australia), Melbourne, Australia.

Ayres, R., Kessing-Styles, L., and Nash, S. (2014). Managing curriculum change and 'ontological uncertainty' in tertiary education. Higher Education Research and Development, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07294360.2013.841655 (Vol. 33 (3)).

Ayres, R., and Ngo, H. (2012). Pedagogical approach to space planning. TEFMA Workshop - Future of Learning Spaces Conference, AUT University, Auckland. 29-30 March.

Keesing-Styles, L., Ayres, R., and Nash, S. (2012). Thinking otherwise: Challenges to academic identity in the context of institutional curriculum reform. Academic identities: Thinking, researching & living otherwise, Auckland University, Auckland, New Zealand. 25-27 June.

Keesing-Styles, L., and Ayres, R. (2011). Significantly Exceeding Expectations: Reflections on the implementation of an institutional eLearning strategy. ICELF International eLearning Conference. Unitec, Auckland. 30 November - 2 December.

Keesing-Styles, L., and Ayres, R. (2011). Significantly Exceeding Expectations: Reflections on the implementation of an institutional eLearning strategy. ICELF International eLearning Conference. Unitec, Auckland, 30 November - 2 December.

Brown, P., and Ayres, R. (2007). Developing the IELTS writing and reading online site: Flexible English - language teaching and learning. Computers in New Zealand Schools (Vol. 19 2).

Brown, T., and Ayres, R. (2006). Migrant students' and employers' perspectives on co-operative education in New Zealand and implications for English language teaching. Asia-Pacific Journal of Co-operative Education (Vol. 7 2).

Ayres, R., & Brown, T. P. (2003). IELTS writing rejuvenated online. Interchange: Journal of the NSW Adult Migrant English Service (37), 22-25.

Ayres, R. (2003). Developing a tool for integrating CALL into the ESL curriculum: A case study. In B. G. Morrison & G. C. Motteram (Eds.), Directions in CALL: Experience, Experiments and Evaluation (pp. 17-32). Hong Kong: ELC Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

Ayres, R. (2003). IELTS online writing - A team approach to developing an online course. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 16 (4), 351-366.

Brown, T. P., & Ayres, R. (2003). Looking backwards and forwards to ten years of CALL in a tertiary institution. Computers in New Zealand Schools, 15 (1), 14-17.

Ayres, R., & Brown, T. P. (2002). IELTS writing online: An example of flexible learning in practice. Presented to the 8th National Conference on Community Languages and ESOL, 7 July.

Ayres, R. (2002). Learner attitudes towards computer assisted language learning. CALL Journal (Belgium), 15 (3), 9.

Brown, T. P., & Ayres, R. (2002). IELTS writing online. Presented to the 9th International Literacy and Education Research Network Conference on Learning, 16-20 July, Beijing, China.

Ayres, R. (2001). IELTS Online Website. Presented to the 'Hands on Technology: Practical Applications for Learning and Teaching' workshop, 3 October, Auckland.

Ayres, R. (2000). Learner Attitudes Towards the Use of CALL. Presented to the 7th National Conference on Community Languages & ESOL 'Language - Continuity, Change & Challenge', 22-25 September, Auckland.

Varley, S., & Ayres, R. (1998). Dead or Alive? Language Teachers Examine a Corpus. Presented to the Sixth National Conference on Community Languages and English for Speakers of Other Languages, Palmerston North.