Unitec Research Symposium Proceedings 2020. 9 October and 7 December, 2020.

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Papoutsaki, Evangelia
Shannon, Marie
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2021-12-03
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Papoutsaki, E., & Shannon, M. (Eds.). (2021). Unitec Research Symposium Proceedings 2020. 9 October and 7 December, 2020. Auckland, New Zealand: ePress, Unitec New Zealand. https://www.unitec.ac.nz/epress/index.php/unitec-research-symposium-proceedings-2020/
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Unitec Research Symposium 2020 was held at Unitec New Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand, 9 October and 7 December, 2020 The papers in this publication comprise the proceedings of the Unitec Research Symposium 2020. They reflect the authors’ opinions and their inclusion in this publication does not necessarily constitute endorsement by the editors, ePress or Unitec New Zealand. It is exciting to see the ITP sector increasingly collaborating in its research endeavours. Unitec’s annual Research Symposium, held in October 2020, was opened up to the sector for the first time, and was lucky enough to be able to run as a live event. There were around 21 presentations from outside of Unitec, with some guests presenting in person and others online. For obvious reasons, there was a strong physical presence from NorthTec Tai Tokerau Wānanga, Manukau Institute of Technology, and Whitireia and WelTec. In total, eight presentations were accepted for publication in the proceedings by Unitec ePress, four of which represent authors from NorthTec, Manukau Institute of Technology, Whitireia and WelTec, and Otago Polytechnic Te Kura Matatini ki Otago; a strong start for collaborative national research publication in Te Pūkenga going forward into the future. This future has strong potential for applied research in Aotearoa, Te Pūkenga forming as it will the largest tertiary institute in Aotearoa with a network of research hubs stretching from Kaitāia to Bluff.
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