Studying in a Library

Self-study

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These self-study resources and sites illustrate the variety of options available. They provide a good starting place although other opportunities also exist.

The Centre for Open Education Practice facilitates and promotes access to a series of free online courses to promote digital literacies using the OERu’s ‘Learning in a Digital Age’ micro courses.

https://coep.nz/projects/digital-literacy-courses/

Access to a wide range of webinars on enabling eLearning 

https://vln.school.nz/groupcms/view/187012/webinar-recordings-2016-2019

A range of MOOCs with a focus on online learning

https://www.edx.org/course?search_query=online+learning

A range of MOOCs available worldwide with a focus on digital learning.

https://www.mooc-list.com/tags/digital-learning

LLOL is a series of podcasts with leading educators and practitioners in online learning. It is a New Zealand/British collaboration and is international in coverage.

https://onlinelearninglegends.com/

Hear from other experts is a series of short summary videos supported by full-length audio answers. 

https://www.teachingonline.com.au/other-experts

The Kōtuitui Hub centralises resources, article and videos on anything to do with Online Learning - with a focus on the schooling sector.. Use it as a place to browse, search and explore different interest areas.

https://hail.to/nex/publication/RTAchfq

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