Faculty of Education and Social Work

Teaching and Learning with educational technologies

“The challenge now for institutions is not whether or how much technology to use but how to use technology in ways that are consonant with institutional culture and identity to help students succeed ...”  ECAR Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, 2014

The Digital Learning Team collaborate with faculty to develop skills and experience, and enhance competence and confidence with digital pedagogies and educational technology.

Digital Learning Team Learning Designers work alongside faculty to analyse, design, develop, implement, evaluate and research flexible learning and teaching.

Faculty staff can access our services in areas such as:

  • Learning design consultancy and collaboration for flexible, blended, online and face-to-face courses and programmes.
  • Professional development, training and support for faculty with digital tools and learning environments such as:  Canvas, Turnitin, Google Apps, Collaborative Active Learning Spaces, social media for learning, mobile learning, and web 2.0 applications.
  • Support to integrate flexible, digital, and 21st Century learning pedagogies and tools into programmes and courses.
  • Collaboration and support for communities of practice and professional learning circles interested in flexible and digital learning.
  • Contribution to faculty strategy, direction and planning in areas such as flexible and blended learning, online learning, teaching with technology, mobile learning, digital literacies, learning technologies, and digital learning environments.

Staff can register for upcoming Workshops and Professional Development sessions through the Faculty Calendar and Notices on the staff intranet.

We are keen to discuss your requirements so please contact us to begin a conversation.

Learning Management Systems (LMS)

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The Digital Learning Team supports the faculty to design and develop blended, online and face-to-face courses using the University learning management system Canvas, and in some cases Moodle.  Staff can contact CreATE with any queries regarding design and development of a course in Canvas.

Access to Canvas Help and support can be found here:

Access Canvas

Access Canvas Help

Access to Moodle Help and support can be found here:

The Moodle Help Site is designed to support students and is also useful for staff. No login is required.

If your course uses Moodle and you require technical assistance, please email: askcreate@auckland.ac.nz

The Moodle Help for Staff site provides a growing number of help sheets on common tasks in Moodle for lecturers.

Collaborative Active Learning Spaces

Resources for use in the Collaborative Active Learning Spaces (CALs) can also be found in the Moodle Help site.