Learning, Teaching and Library
Nau mai ki te Whare Pūrākau | Learning, Teaching and Library (LTL). We support the University’s learning, teaching and research activities, providing resources, services and programmes to students, staff and alumni.
Just as Ivey Hall has stood at the centre of our physical campus for over 150 years, LTL connects and supports our whānau by providing a learning ecosystem that promotes excellence and success.
We strive to provide an inclusive, affordable, engaging, seamless and transformative learning experience. At the same time, we support the University’s larger goal of providing a greater understanding of the relationships between land, food and ecosystems.
LTL is currently comprised of three teams: Library Services, Centre for Learning and Teaching, and Online Learning.
Library Services operates the George Forbes Memorial Library. This team manages our collections, the daily operation of services within Ivey Hall and oversees the university's copyright compliance programme.
Centre for Learning and Teaching
The Centre for Learning and Teaching oversees the teaching and learning support and development programmes, including:
- student academic skills
- inclusive education services
- careers and employment services
- academic staff professional development
- teaching excellence programmes.
Online Learning is tasked with developing the required courseware for the Lincoln Connected Initiative and supporting the online delivery of courses. The online learning team also includes the Akoraka | Learn support and administration as well as video production services to support some courses.
As a team LTL enhances and contributes to Lincoln University, by:
- Providing a full and equitable set of student support services
- Providing equitable access to information and recorded knowledge
- Enabling and promoting innovation in learning quality and practice
- Enhancing the University’s capacity in the development of research and teaching excellence
- Investing in services and strategies that reduces the overall cost of education
- Promoting the use of open educational resources, open access and striving to reach traditionally under-served populations
- Meeting responsibilities in relation to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and contributing to Māori development aspirations
- Contributing to the educational aspirations of Pasifika, both within New Zealand and in the wider Pacific region
- Maintaining a core digital ecosystem to support our services
- Providing learning, teaching and research leadership within the University
- Promoting teaching quality through effective design and delivery of all courses and programmes.