Projects tagged with Information & Communications Technology
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Topics: Evaluation, Teachers, E-Learning, Schools, Secondary Education, Policy, Information & Communications Technology
This report outlines the results of the TELA Laptops Scheme School Survey for 2013. This survey was conducted in order to determine whether the current products offered by the TELA Scheme are meeting user needs and to examine the quality of support services schools receive from Telecom Rental.
Topics: Public Service, Healthcare, Disease, Children, Quality of Life, Evaluation, Research, Information & Communications Technology
Health literacy refers to the degree to which people are able to access and understand essential health information in order to make informed and appropriate health decisions. This report focuses on the health literacy experiences among Māori with skin infections. New Zealand has one of the highest rates for...
Topics: Tertiary Education, E-Learning, Leadership, Policy, Innovation, Information & Communications Technology
This report gives an overview of the literature published between 2004 and 2013 relating to government and sector-level tertiary e-learning initiatives in New Zealand, Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
Topics: Research, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, Communicating, Information & Communications Technology
In March 2012, the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, the State Services Commission, and the Treasury (the central agencies) launched a shared services organisation – Central Agencies Shared Services (CASS). CASS provides human resources, financial, information management, and information technology support to the...
Topics: Research, Social Services, Gambling, Healthcare, Information & Communications Technology, Social Media
HPA is responsible for delivering a programme focused on minimising gambling harm, which includes a mass media campaign, the development of resources, and research and evaluation. This research was undertaken to help inform a campaign on host responsibility in Class 4 venues as part of HPA’s programme. This...
Prostate Cancer Awareness and Quality Improvement Programme: Improving outcomes for men with prostate cancer
23 May 2014
Topics: Evaluation, Research, Public Service, Disease, Healthcare, Men, Quality of Life, Gender, Information & Communications Technology
The Prostate Cancer Awareness and Quality Improvement Programme (AQIP) outlines the issues that currently exist for the early detection and treatment of prostate cancer in New Zealand. The AQIP provides solutions to these issues and identifies the next steps for the Ministry of Health and the wider health sector. Currently, men...
Topics: Tertiary Education, Innovation, E-Learning, Information & Communications Technology, Research
Internationally, a number of emerging technologies and associated developments are becoming available that could have far‐reaching effects on the delivery of tertiary education. One of these developments is Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). The opportunities MOOCs present include the ability for...
Topics: Evaluation, Research, Employment & Labour, Productivity, Social Services, Policy, Information & Communications Technology
The Productivity Commission was asked by the Government to build a better understanding of the services sector and find ways to lift its productivity. The final report follows an issues paper and two interim reports. The Commission considered 56 submissions, met with over 60 interested parties, and surveyed 1 526 businesses....
13 Mar 2014
Going Digital was a significant four-year programme that was responsible for driving the country's transition from analogue to digital television by the end of 2013. It touched almost every household in a way that no other programme has since the introduction of decimal currency in 1967. Viewers needed to buy equipment to...
24 Feb 2014
Topics: Monitoring, Research, Schools, Hazards, Information & Communications Technology, Science & Technology
This report, commissioned by the Ministry of Health, presents the results of measurements of exposures to radiofrequency (RF) fields from WiFi in two New Zealand schools, both from the access points and devices themselves. The results are compared and supplemented with information from overseas studies.
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