It is exciting to see the ITP sector increasingly collaborating in its research endeavours. Unitec’s annual Research Symposium, held in October 2020, was opened up to the sector for the first time, and was lucky enough to be able to run as a live event. There were around 21 presentations from outside of Unitec, with […]
Spaces and Pedagogies, the 2017 New Zealand Tertiary Learning and Teaching Conference, was held at Unitec Institute of Technology in Auckland on 2-3 October. The event explored how the spaces that we teach in, whether real or virtual, cultural, social, commercial or otherwise, could be best designed for our learners. Conference strands delved into the […]
The 2017 International Association for Community Development (IACD) and Aotearoa Community Development Association’s (ACDA) joint Community Development Conference was held at Unitec in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland from 15-17 February 2017. The conference brought together community development practitioners from around the world to discuss the application of the UN’s recently-established Sustainable Development Goals. These proceedings draw […]
These curated proceedings present what was discussed during the Ethnic Migrant Media Forum, a one-day event hosted by the Department of Communication Studies at Unitec Institute of Technology’s Mt Albert campus in 2014. It is also an attempt to provide an analysis of what was discussed by identifying a number of emerging themes. This publication […]
The construction and demolition (C&D) industry is one of the largest waste producing industries in New Zealand. C&D waste may represent up to 50% of all waste generated, 20% of all waste going to landfill and the remaining 80% going to cleanfill. In an attempt to highlight these issues and encourage a culture of waste […]
The 31st Annual Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ) Conference was held at Unitec, Auckland, in July 2014. Taking ‘Translation’ as its theme, contributors were invited to explore translation, understood as the conscious transfer of ideas of buildings from one context into another. Papers in the conference took up the theme in a multitude of ways… […]
As popular culture flows and consumption opportunities become increasingly ubiquitous, what is often overlooked is the local specificity of the popular culture texts themselves. Click here to view other work by editors Elena Kolesova and Scott Wilson
The ICELF conference focuses on eLearning strategies, policy, pedagogy, research, technology and practice. At its core ICELF endeavors to promote interdisciplinary collaboration and the conference will embody leading edge, rigorous academic thinking.