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Hugh Wilson

Academic Programme Manager
School of Building Construction
Location: Building 114, Room 4008

Publications

Wilson, H. (2019). Microcredentials: meeting the needs of learners and employers. Unitec Teaching and Learning Symposium, Auckland.

Wilson, H. (2019). What Civil Engineering Graduates actually do. NZBED Forum, Christchurch.

Wilson, H. (2018). How could micro-credentials be used to improve the success of construction workers transitioning to technical education? Massey University, New Zealand.

Wilson, H., & Hay, M. (2018). Using microcredentials to enable the use of the NZDE (Civil) to provide more flexible and focused response to industry requirements. Auckland, Engineering E2E.

Wilson, H., & Phillips, D. (2017). A pilot study into the use of regular short quizzes in a flipped learning class. Lucy Patston and Simon Nash, New Zealand Tertiary Learning and Teaching Conference 2017.

Wilson, H. (2016). Construction Practices short blended course. NZDE/BEngTech Forum, Wellington.

Wilson, Hugh. (2016). Encouraging young people into engineering. Civil Contractors NZ Annual Conference, Auckland.
https://hdl.handle.net/10652/3574

Wilson, H.B. (2015). What do our graduates do? Metro Group BEngTech Forum, Wellington.
https://hdl.handle.net/10652/3235

Wilson, H.B. (2015). Cooperative production of learning resources. Metro Group BEngTech Forum, Wellington.

Wilson, H. B. (2015). MOOCs and blended learning. Metro Group BEngTech Forum, Wellington.
https://hdl.handle.net/10652/3227

Wilson, H.B. (2014). Typical roles and activities of Civil Engineering Technicians and Technologists in their first three years after graduation. Australasian Association of Engineering Educators, Wellington.
https://hdl.handle.net/10652/3908

Wilson, H.B. (2013). The use of flipped learning in an engineering technician management course. Proceedings of the 2013 AAEE Conference, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia,.
https://hdl.handle.net/10652/2775