Report on the self-access centre at Unitec
Burns, Trish; Martin-Blaker, Jeannie
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Citation:Martin-Blaker, J., & Burns, T. (1998). Report on the self-access centre at Unitec. Auckland: Unitec Institute of Technology
Permanent link to Research Bank record:http://hdl.handle.net/10652/1962
This report outlines the background of self-access learning, describes the situation of the existing Self-Access Centre at UNITEC, highlights the characteristics of the leading Self-Access Centres in New Zealand and around the world, and makes recommendations regarding the future development of the Centre at Unitec in the areas of physical layout, systems, resources, services, and staffing. It presents a range of options regarding the future location of the SAC, with the implications involved in each.
Keywords:self-access centres (SACs), Unitec Institute of Technology, language learning
ANZSRC Field of Research:130304 Educational Administration, Management and Leadership
Copyright Holder:Unitec Institute of Technology
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