What our customers say

393 views
329 views

Published on

What our customers say about eCommunities

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
393
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

What our customers say

  1. 1. Gaining efficiencies from a State wide effort• “We couldn’t sustain this type of service at an Institute level. The across‐TAFE NSW perspective gives teachers a wider view.” Sydney Institute• “The networks developed across Institutes have brought like‐minded people together collaborating and sharing.” Illawarra InstituteSupporting TAFE in a competitive market• “eCommunities supports innovation, drives continuous improvement, and leads cross-organisational collaboration in TAFE NSW and with its partners.” Hunter Institute• “eCommunities supports TAFE NSW by assisting in providing quality educational outcomes for students, customer responsiveness and increases our capability to improve our competiveness which will be important in a demand driven market.” Riverina InstituteBuilding quality teaching• “eCommunities has proven to be very beneficial to the Institute’s efforts to build staff capability.” Hunter Institute• “We encourage teachers to use eCommunities for self‐learning. …. It has really helped us to help teachers. They can get involved with the topics they need, when they need them.” New England InstituteReplicating the model at local level• “SWSi has copied this model for our internal communications – it’s a change in the culture but early signs are people enjoy getting fewer emails and having a central space to seek the latest news and tips.” South Western Sydney Institute• “We have used the eCommunities model to develop a Moodle site for staff at Riverina Institute. Staff@RI offers local capability development activities and information.” Riverina Institute
  2. 2. Gaining efficiencies from a State wide effort• “We couldn’t sustain this type of service at an Institute level. The across‐TAFE NSW perspective gives teachers a wider view.” Sydney Institute• “The networks developed across Institutes have brought like‐minded people together collaborating and sharing.” Illawarra InstituteSupporting TAFE in a competitive market• “eCommunities supports innovation, drives continuous improvement, and leads cross-organisational collaboration in TAFE NSW and with its partners.” Hunter Institute• “eCommunities supports TAFE NSW by assisting in providing quality educational outcomes for students, customer responsiveness and increases our capability to improve our competiveness which will be important in a demand driven market.” Riverina InstituteBuilding quality teaching• “eCommunities has proven to be very beneficial to the Institute’s efforts to build staff capability.” Hunter Institute• “We encourage teachers to use eCommunities for self‐learning. …. It has really helped us to help teachers. They can get involved with the topics they need, when they need them.” New England InstituteReplicating the model at local level• “SWSi has copied this model for our internal communications – it’s a change in the culture but early signs are people enjoy getting fewer emails and having a central space to seek the latest news and tips.” South Western Sydney Institute• “We have used the eCommunities model to develop a Moodle site for staff at Riverina Institute. Staff@RI offers local capability development activities and information.” Riverina Institute
  3. 3. Gaining efficiencies from a State wide effort• “We couldn’t sustain this type of service at an Institute level. The across‐TAFE NSW perspective gives teachers a wider view.” Sydney Institute• “The networks developed across Institutes have brought like‐minded people together collaborating and sharing.” Illawarra InstituteSupporting TAFE in a competitive market• “eCommunities supports innovation, drives continuous improvement, and leads cross-organisational collaboration in TAFE NSW and with its partners.” Hunter Institute• “eCommunities supports TAFE NSW by assisting in providing quality educational outcomes for students, customer responsiveness and increases our capability to improve our competiveness which will be important in a demand driven market.” Riverina InstituteBuilding quality teaching• “eCommunities has proven to be very beneficial to the Institute’s efforts to build staff capability.” Hunter Institute• “We encourage teachers to use eCommunities for self‐learning. …. It has really helped us to help teachers. They can get involved with the topics they need, when they need them.” New England InstituteReplicating the model at local level• “SWSi has copied this model for our internal communications – it’s a change in the culture but early signs are people enjoy getting fewer emails and having a central space to seek the latest news and tips.” South Western Sydney Institute• “We have used the eCommunities model to develop a Moodle site for staff at Riverina Institute. Staff@RI offers local capability development activities and information.” Riverina Institute
  4. 4. Gaining efficiencies from a State wide effort• “We couldn’t sustain this type of service at an Institute level. The across‐TAFE NSW perspective gives teachers a wider view.” Sydney Institute• “The networks developed across Institutes have brought like‐minded people together collaborating and sharing.” Illawarra InstituteSupporting TAFE in a competitive market• “eCommunities supports innovation, drives continuous improvement, and leads cross-organisational collaboration in TAFE NSW and with its partners.” Hunter Institute• “eCommunities supports TAFE NSW by assisting in providing quality educational outcomes for students, customer responsiveness and increases our capability to improve our competiveness which will be important in a demand driven market.” Riverina InstituteBuilding quality teaching• “eCommunities has proven to be very beneficial to the Institute’s efforts to build staff capability.” Hunter Institute• “We encourage teachers to use eCommunities for self‐learning. …. It has really helped us to help teachers. They can get involved with the topics they need, when they need them.” New England InstituteReplicating the model at local level• “SWSi has copied this model for our internal communications – it’s a change in the culture but early signs are people enjoy getting fewer emails and having a central space to seek the latest news and tips.” South Western Sydney Institute• “We have used the eCommunities model to develop a Moodle site for staff at Riverina Institute. Staff@RI offers local capability development activities and information.” Riverina Institute

×