Regional hui

ATLAANZ held three successful regional hui face-to-face and online in 2021.

We have left the public planning tabs for these three hui below for your information. This page will be updated towards the end of 2022 with this year’s regional hui information.
If you are an ATLAANZ member, registration fees are covered by your membership fee. If you are not a member, attendance is $45 (ie one year’s membership). Visit our Membership page.

Looking forward to hui-time in late 2022

Southern Regional hui

The Ara building where the southern hui will be held

Date: Tuesday 30th November 2021 9.30 am – 3.30 pm
Location: Ara Institute of Canterbury in Ōtautahi, or online via Zoom

Theme: Initiatives to build resilience in challenging times
Programme: ATLAANZ Southern Hui Programme 2021

Format 1: Facilitated workshop (30-45 minutes)
Format 2: Presentation (20 minutes to present and 10 minutes for kōrero).


Cost: Free for ATLAANZ members and $40 for non-members
Registrations open:  → Register here
Note: The cost of membership is $40 – join here)

Hui information:

Theme Initiatives to build resilience in challenging times
Submission guidelines

Format 1: Facilitated workshop (30-45 minutes)
Workshops should be founded on a key initiative, strategy or
challenge. Facilitators will encourage participants to share,
question, and inspire one another to contribute knowledge and/or create actions for positive Learning Advisor strategies.

Format 2: Presentation (20 minutes to present and 10 minutes for kōrero). Presenters will engage and inspire participants through sharing best practice about an initiative from their context. Unique presentation formats and styles are welcomed, provided it fits with the Hui theme.

Submissions should be a maximum of 200 words and emailed to Please submit a title for your submission and a list of resources required. Please also submit a personal bio that includes your name, contact details, institution, and role (max 150 words).

Key hui dates 11 October 2021 Registration opens You are invited to register here for the ATLAANZ Southern Hui 2021
2 November 2021 Submission proposals close
8 November 2021 Confirmation of selected submissions
29 November 2021 Registration closes
30 November 2021 ATLAANZ Southern Hui

Central Hui

Date: Friday, 3 December 2021, 10 am – 3 pm
Venue: Zoom (at all alert levels) and Massey, Palmerston North campus (depending on the alert level. Due to Covid, hui attendance on campus will be confirmed closer to the time.)

Theme: Sharing ideas about current practice in the higher education environment

Registrations open: → Register using this Airtable form

Cost: Free for ATLAANZ members; $40 for non-members (Note: The
cost of membership is $40 Sign up for ATLAANZ membership here)

A specific timetable, with the programme of events for the day, will be available in November. Everyone is welcome! And please feel free to forward this to anyone who might be interested in attending.

Contact: Email Julia Tanner

Peren building, Palmerston North campus.

Call for presentations and workshops

Vision for the Northern Regional hui

Hear Matt, Tania, and Katherine’s thoughts on the workshops and discussions for the northern hui 2021

Date: Tuesday 23rd November 2021 9.30 am – 3.30 pm

Theme: Nā te kune te pupuke – from the conception the increase: Exploring ways to build equity and diversity/inclusivity in the teaching and learning environment.

Format: Wānanga “Whakawhitiwhiti kōrero
Workshop / Wānanga (1 – 2 hours) (If you have another way to present, let us know)
Delivery: Zoom or Blended (Zoom & Room*) or Workshop

Cost: Free for ATLAANZ members and $40 for non-members. Registrations open. Use the registration form in the tab above.
(Note: The cost of membership is $40 – join here)

Contact: Katherine:
or Tania

Northern Regional Hui 2021 Booklet or see our flipbook version at the bottom of the page.

Northern hui programme at a glance

Time Activity
9:15 am Sign in can begin … (cameras on, mic off, no eating during karakia / whakatau please)
9:30 am Karakia / Whakatau
9:45 am Whakawhanaungatanga activity
10:00 am 12 noon Session 1 presentations and activities
Starts 10 am
2-hour presentation
Dulcie Brake & Glenis Wong (Waipapa Taumata Rau – Auckland University). Whiria te tangata ka puta he oranga: Weaving people together promotes wellbeing.
Starts 10 am
2-hour interactive wānanga
Tania Oxenham & Marion Tahana (Wintec). He akoranga tōmua i te ao i te pō: An online preparation study skills course for Māori and Pasifika students.
Starts 10.00 am
2-hour workshop
Horomona Horo (Wintec). MATA: Pono, Taki, Tau
Starts 10 am
2-hour presentation
Mona O’Shea, (Waipapa Taumata Rau – Auckland University), & Diane Tamati (Te Whare Wānanga o Wairaka – Unitec). Nāku te rourou, nāu te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi – With your basket and my basket, we will sustain everyone.
1:00 – 3:00 pm Session 2 presentations and activities
Starts 1.00 pm
1-hour workshop
Hua Dai (Unitec). What does a learning advisor do to best support an international nursing student to pass her placement – what inclusive and accepting diversity means for our practice as learning advisors?
Link: password: $2jy5v
Starts 1.00 pm
1-hour workshop
Deborah Laurs (Victoria University). Developing an ATLAANZ professional accreditation scheme.
Starts 2:00 pm
1-hour workshop
Maryam Mariya & Andrea Haines (University of Waikato). Paddle your way into collaborative learning: The use of Padlets
Starts 2.00 pm
1-hour workshop
Katherine Gilliver-Brown (University of Waikato). All above board: Play the Academic Integrity board game online
3:00 – 3:30 pm Whakakapi – Summary and closing

Northern Hui programme

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