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Sarah-Jane Saravani
Learning Hub Manager
Library
Waikato Institute of Technology (Wintec)

Expertise:
Mobile technologies, Metadata, e-learning, Clayton, photography, Cook

Biography:
PRESENTATIONS 2009 • Poster presentations on Developing conceptual models to evaluate effectiveness and impact of e-learning and quality assurance, NET2009 International Conference (8-10 September 2009), Cambridge University, UK. • Paper accepted Ensuring Quality and Measuring Effectiveness, Impact and Capability of e-Learning in the Workplace, The Cambridge International Conference on Open and Distance Learning 2009 (22-25 September 2009), Cambridge University, UK. • Day in the life of a digital learning resource: from access to reuse Conference- Ministry of Education, Ministry of Research Science & Technology, Standards New Zealand, ISO/IEC JTC1 SC36. CourseCast showcase (19 March, 2009)

Qualifications:
Doctoral candidate Media and Information Studies, Curtin University, Perth, 2010- Diploma in Library and Information Studies, Victoria University of Wellington, 1991 M.A. History, University of Otago, 1981 B.A. (Hons) History, University of Otago, 1979 Certificate in Adult Teaching, Waikato Institute of Technology 2002 NZIM Module 008 Accounting for Supervisors, The Waikato Polytechnic, 1996

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  1. m cubed: MOOCs, micro-ecosystems and metadata
  2. Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology and the VET sector
  3. Librarians becoming competent: Technology acceptance in the workplace
  4. Personalising learning through self-reflective questionnaires
  5. English language learning & MEEPLE: Micro-credentialing Ecosystems Enabling Personal Learning Environments
  6. The impact of e-learning on workplace capability: Creating a framework of development
  7. Navigating PhD study: Tips for starting, surviving and thriving in doctoral study
  8. One phone to rule them all: A case study
  9. Removing barriers to nursing student success through technology competency training
  10. Identifying learner support needs through the use of a digital and information literacy self-assessment framework

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1Same person different nurse: A study of the relationship between nurse and patient based on the experience of shifting from secondary care to home-based nursing1098
2Doing phenomenological research collaboratively1060
3Self esteem, competence assessment and nurses ability to write reflectively – Is there any connection? 935
4Mobile computing in a New Zealand Bachelor of Nursing Programme756
5e-Learning in industry: A summary of activities716
6Research into the provision of energy efficiency workplace training654
7A divine comedy - from mayhem to metadata648
8Development of a quality assurance conceptual model for e-learning592
9Ensuring quality and measuring effectiveness, impact and capability of e-learning in the workplace551
10Metadata – its contribution to e-learning549