SOLE team at WIASN

The SOLE research team presented at the bi-annual conference of the Women in Academia Support Network. Held on 31 March-1 April, 2022, the conference theme was ‘Virtually Undisciplined: Diversifying Higher Education and Research through interconnectivity’. WIASN invited papers around interconnectivity and diversity; with particular regard to an intersectional approach to gender diversity inclusive of race, religion, sex, disability and class.

Preliminary report is out!

We are excited to share initial analysis of data collected as part of our on-going research into university student experiences of online learning during covid19. A huge thank you to all student participants.
If you are a fellow higher educator, we hope this report helps inform and guide your design of future online learning experiences. The report is also featured on the Ipu Kererū (New Zealand Association for Research in Education) blog.

What do students need in the age of lockdown learning?

Early lessons from New Zealand’s online frontline. Access the full article here.

“Students are not a homogeneous group and online learning is not the same for everyone. So it wasn’t surprising to find issues of access and equity emerging.”

Assoc. Prof. Cheryl Brown (The Conversation)