Coming soon! It has come to my attention that two major projects I particapted in over the last 10 years, have almost no records of their existance on the Internet now at all!
The OZ2000 Anthropometry project was led by Tim Ackland (UWA) and Deb Kerr (Curtin University). Patria Hime (then at Auckland University, but now at AUT) and I co-led the New Zealand team that assisted Tim, Deb, their Australian team and a global band of Anthropometrists who spent the three weeks before the 2000 Sydney Olympics measuring the rowers and kayakers. As a warm-up, here are 11 photos from the event.
The FLLinNZ (Flexible Learning Leaders in New Zealand) project was a TEC project led by Nola Campbell from Waikato University. It ran from 2004 until 2006. As with the OZ2000 project, there are almost no Internet records of this wonderful project now. I am currently putting together some web pages around this so that people can fit it into the timeline of the evolution of flexible learning in NZ. (links to come soon!)
StudyTXT - my mobile learning project that ran from 2004 to 2006 in New Zealand.
iPod Gym - this project came out just after the first iPod arrived that could play video. We developed 100 gym based exercises in a format that would work on the iPod.