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Academic Advisor (eLearning)
Te Puna Ako
MA, BA, DipTchg, RSA Cert.TEFL
Karen is an Academic Advisor with Te Puna Ako. She enjoys working with teachers to actively develop and reflect on good teaching and learning practices around their use of technologies. Her strengths are in developing opportunities for technology use to support student engagement, especially with outputs involving creation and collaboration.
Haines, K. J. (2018). Designed for learning: A literature perspective on supporting academics towards effective teaching in new spaces. Flexible Learning Association of New Zealand Conference: Inception to Infinity.
Haines, K. J. (2017). More than pushing the right buttons: Professional development for teachers in new collaborative learning spaces. National Tertiary Learning and Teaching Conference, Unitec, Auckland.
Haines, Karen J. (2017). Contextualising the learning affordances of technology: An in-depth look at the developing practice of two modern language teachers. Unitec ePress Occasional and Discussion Paper Series (Vol. 2017:6).
Terrell, J., Snell, D., Haines, K. J., Schwenger, B., & Smith, M. (2015). Getting it right: Guidelines for online assessment in NZ tertiary contexts. National Tertiary Learning and Teaching Conference, Tauranga, New Zealand.
Haines, K.J. (2015). Learning to identify and actualize affordances in a new tool. Language Learning and Technology (Vol. 19(1)).
Haines, K. J., Schwenger, B., Smith, M., Snell, D., & Terrell, J. (2015). Getting it right: Developing guidelines and tool for online assessment. Tertiary Education Research in New Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand.
Haines, K.J. (2014). Asking the Right Questions. CALL Symposium, Macquarie University, Sydney.
Haines, K.J. (2013). Something Old, Something New: Dealing with the challenge of new digital tools. AKTESOL workshop, Auckland, New Zealand.
Haines, K. J. (2013). Learning for the long haul: Developing perceptions of learning affordances in CALL teachers. Proceedings of WorldCall 2013, Global perspectives on Computer-Assisted Language Learning, Glasgow, Scotland.
Danaher, K., and Haines, K. J. (2012). Working with lexical chunks in advanced oral shills classes. 13th Annual Conference for Community Languages and ESOL, IPC Tertiary Institute, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
Haines, K. J. (2012). Perceiving learning affordances: A key to learning about technology. 13th Annual Conference for Community Languages and ESOL, IPC Tertiary Institute, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
Haines, K. J. (2012). Developing perceptions of learning affordances: The practical knowledge acquired by experienced in-service language teachers using technology. Doctor of Philosophy, University of Queensland, Australia.
Haines, K. J. (2011). Learning as you go: Participatory activities that support in-service language teachers learning to use new tools. International Conference on e-Learning futures, Unitec, Auckland.
Hobbs, M., and Haines, K. (2007). Technology putting the "fun" into "funambulist": the balancing act of technology and learning for our students. ATLAANZ Conference 2007, 'Walking the tightrope - the balancing act of learning advising'.
Hobbs, M., and Haines, K. (2007). Technology putting the 'fun' into 'funambulist': the balancing act of technology and learning for our students. ATLAANZ Conference 2007, 'Walking the tightrope - the balancing act of learning advising'.
Saavedra, E., & Haines, K. (2005). Taking control: How can blogs support language learning. Presented to the 2nd Independent Learning Association Oceania Conference, 9-12 September, Auckland.
Haines, K. (2004). Electronic discussion using Blackboard with EAL students. Presented to the CALL Symposium: Technology futures and language education, 18-19 June, Auckland, New Zealand.
Haines, K. (2004). Giving learners an online 'voice': Supporting EAL learners in online discussion. Presented to the Ninth National Conference for Community Languages and ESOL: Language, community, diversity: Hearing every voice, 24-27 September, Christchurch, New Zealand.