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RE: [ICTs in English] Closure of ICT in English Mailing List.

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  • From: LaviniaV <LaviniaV AT NGAIWI.SCHOOL.NZ>
  • To: "ictenglish AT" <ictenglish AT>
  • Subject: RE: [ICTs in English] Closure of ICT in English Mailing List.
  • Date: Tue, 25 Mar 2014 23:03:25 +0000
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​Thank you for all the handwork.  It has been great over the past few years!  Enjoy your new journey!

Lavinia Sekona-Vimahi
AP(Acting), BOT (Staff Trustee),
English Language Learning (ESOL),
Ako-Time (HSP), ICT

Nga Iwi School 
60 Mascot Ave Mangere
09 2754921
laviniav AT 
Learning Today For Tomorrow

From: ictenglish-request AT <ictenglish-request AT> on behalf of Catriona <catriona.pene AT>
Sent: 26 March 2014 10:13
To: ictenglish AT
Subject: [ICTs in English] Closure of ICT in English Mailing List.
Tēnā koutou katoa,

I wish to inform you that the Ministry of Education’s ICTs in English mailing list is scheduled to close at the end of term 1 2014.

The ICT in English mailing list was established by the Ministry of Education to focus on the discussion and dissemination of e-learning use in English programmes within the New Zealand context.

In the years since it was established, the Ministry has developed a range of supports for schools to help them develop e-learning capability across the curriculum such as the Enabling e-Learning web presence ( This brings together relevant information, resources and communities to support schools in developing their e-learning practice. The Enabling e-Learning communities are in the Virtual Learning Network.

The Ministry is keen to provide integrated support across ESOL, English and Literacy Online. In addition, the curriculum reminds us that appropriate use of digital technologies occurs within and across learning areas.  As such, conversations related to e-learning are now best facilitated within the contexts of the ESOL, English and Literacy communities.

What does this mean for you, and the content you have shared?

  • You do not need to do anything, although you are welcome to leave the mailing list at any time.

  • The mailing list will be archived and closed at the end of Term 1 2014. You will still be able to access the archives from the Secondary English community.

I’d like to thank you for your loyalty to, and participation in, the ICT in English community. A look back over the archives highlights the richness and range of discussions related to learning with digital technologies that have occurred. We acknowledge the roles that previous facilitators have played in this community over the years and we will endeavour to ensure that this guidance and support is sustained through our other communities as we go forward.

As always, if you have any comments or feedback, please contact us.

Nāku noa, nā Catriona

Catriona Pene

Lead Facilitator / e-Learning Facilitator

English, ESOL & Literacy Online

Twitter - @CatrionaPene 

  • RE: [ICTs in English] Closure of ICT in English Mailing List., LaviniaV, 03/26/2014

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