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Welcome to Digital Technologies
Courses in the Digital Technologies Department offer the development of knowledge and skills using a wide range of exciting Internet and computing technologies. The courses are designed to ignite a passion for information technology, and to lead students into a rewarding and fulfilling future. 

Our general objectives are to:
  • make our learning contextual and relevant
  • provide learning from as broad a possible range of digital technology areas
  • provide knowledge and skills to students that facilitate pathways into digital technology related tertiary study and careers  
 
Open the Technology Matrix to see all the options open to the Digital Technology Student.
Creative Commons Announcing the Creative Commons Media Studies Textbook- http://mediatexthack.wordpress.com
The Media Text Hack Group is proud to release v1 of the hacked Media Studies Textbook, following a highly successful remote collaboration with participants from across New Zealand and Australia. As Pearson puts it, “this cookbook will hopefully guide and inspire others to produce their own open educational resources.  “We’ve also released the text book under a Creative Commons Attribution licence. This means that educators and students can adapt and rewrite the textbook using their own examples and explanations, without having to ask our permission in advance. As Richard White, Copyright Officer at the University of Otago, puts it, “This is a real 21st century textbook – I hesitate to even use that word – that harnesses the power of the web to break out of the print model we’ve had for the last several hundred years.  It’s open access, which means a lot of different things: it’s free; anyone can read it, use it, adapt it; it’s also open to wider scrutiny, which helps improve it over time.” ”Open textbooks ensure that educational resources are accessible, affordable and reusable, helping communities to realise the goal of enabling universal access to education.”








































































































































































































































































































































































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