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  • E Ara Apanui

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2012)
    E Ara Apanui recites the genealogical links between the Te Whakatōhea iwi and the host people of the Te Whānau a Apanui iwi. This new composition was performed by Ōpōtiki Mai Tawhiti at the Mātaatua Regional Kapa Haka ...
  • E G Jacoby: A Brief Historiography of New Zealand Demography

    Pool, Ian (Population Association of New Zealand, 2004)
    Dr "Peter" Jacoby can legitimately be seen as the "founding father" of modern New Zealand demography. It was for this reason that the Population Association of New Zealand, with his widow's permission, have used his name ...
  • E hoki ki to maunga: The quintessential elements of home

    Emery, Debra Joy Tepora (The University of Waikato, 2008)
    He kopu puta tahi, he taura whiri tātou; whiringa a nuku, whiringa a rangi, te whatia e Issue of one womb, we are a rope woven of many strands; woven on earth, woven in heaven, it will not break (Rev Māori Marsden, 1992) Ngati ...
  • E Kore E Ngaro, He Takere Waka Nui: Te Mātauranga Whakatere Waka me Ōna Take Nunui

    Tuaupiki, Jackie Whetumarama (The University of Waikato, 2017)
    E kapi ana te hautoru o te ao i te Moana nui a Kiwa. I ngā tau manomano ka huri, ka puea ake i Āhia ki te tonga mā rāwhiti, he iwi māia, he iwi mātau ki te hanga me te whakatere i ō rātou waka. Ka tupu ngātahi hoki i a ...
  • E Kui Rāwinia

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2015)
    E Kui Rāwinia; this composition is a lament to a Te Whakatōhea chieftainess who married the paramount Ngāti Porou rangatira Tokorua (Toko) Te Kani. This composition recites the genealogical ties between the East Coast iwi ...
  • E Tama Hikairo

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2015-01-22)
    E Tama Hikairo was composed to welcome Kīngi Tūeheitia's the Māori Kings first grandchild that was born in September 2014. Kīngi Tūheitia had Te Haahi Ringatū tūā (Christen) Hikairo. This composition talks about the royal ...
  • E Toru Ngā Reo: A Case Study of a Spanish Language Programme in a Kura Kaupapa Māori

    Flavell, William (University of Waikato, 2012)
    Learning Languages is a new area in the 2007 New Zealand Curriculum. However there have not been many studies in this subject. Kura Kaupapa Māori, established in 1985 in New Zealand with over 6,000 students currently ...
  • E Whakatipuranga o te Tāpoi Māori - Māori Indigenous Tourism Development: A Whānau based Māori Tourism development

    Puriri, Ashley Reed (The University of Waikato, 2017)
    This Doctoral thesis uses a Kaupapa Māori research methodology, which is culturally grounded to identify the indigenous Māori underpinnings and processes that a Whānau (Māori family) experience when developing their Māori ...
  • e-Business connections in the health sector: IT challenges and the effects of practice size

    Gibb, Jenny L.; Haar, Jarrod M. (EContent Management Pty Ltd, 2009)
    The use of information technology (IT) in the health sector is critically important for enhanced patient care and ultimately cost savings. However, the uptake of IT in health has been slow when compared with other industry ...
  • E-discovery in the Philippines

    Dizon, Michael; Disini, J.J. (LexisNexis, 2017)
    Although the Philippines does not have special or extensive rules on e-discovery, procedural rules adopted by the Supreme Court, particularly the Rules of Civil Procedure and the Rules on Electronic Evidence (“REE”), and ...
  • E-learning for CPD for medical physicists

    Round, W. Howell (2013)
    The internet is increasingly being used for as a platform for providing learning opportunities to meet medical physicists’ continuing professional development (CPD) needs. But as a profession we do not take full advantage ...
  • E-learning for Geography's Teaching and Learning Spaces

    Lynch, Kenneth; Bednarz, Bob; Boxall, James; Chalmers, Lex; France, Derek; Kesby, Julie (Taylor & Francis, 2008)
    The authors embed their advocacy of educational technology in a consideration of contemporary pedagogy in geography. They provide examples of e-learning from a wide range of teaching and learning contexts. They promote the ...
  • e-local government in New Zealand: The shifting policymaker view

    Dillon, Stuart M.; Deakins, Eric; Chen, Wan Jung (Academic Conferences Limited, 2006)
    The New Zealand government has a strategy in place to establish an e-government infrastructure that is intended to allow citizens and government agencies to interact electronically. This paper reports the results of ...
  • e-Science partnerships: Towards a sustainable framework for school-scientist engagement.

    Falloon, Garry (Springer, 2013)
    In late 2006, the New Zealand Government embarked on a series of initiatives to explore how the resources and expertise of eight, small, state-owned science research institutes could be combined efficiently to support ...
  • E/Z isomerism in monoalkylated derivatives of [Pt₂(μ-S)₂(PPh₃)₄] containing 2,4-dinitrophenylhydrazone substituents

    Ujam, Oguejiofo Theophilus; Devoy, Sarah M.; Henderson, William; Wilkins, Alistair L.; Nicholson, Brian K. (2011)
    Alkylation of [Pt₂(m-S)₂(PPh₃)₄] with 2,4-dinitrophenylhydrazone-functionalized alkylating agents XC6H4C{¼NNHC₆H₃(NO₂)₂}CH2Br (X¼H, Ph) gives monoalkylated cations [Pt₂(m-S){m-SCH₂C{¼NNHC₆H₃(NO₂)₂}C₆H₄X}(PPh₃)₄]⁺. An X-ray ...
  • EAP

    Bruce, Ian (2017)
    EAP is a discipline that is famously needs-driven, centrally focused on meeting the needs of students seeking to study or undertake research in English-medium university contexts. However, a significant lacuna in the ...
  • The EAP teacher knowledge base: Current affordances and future challenges

    Bruce, Ian (2018)
    During the last three decades, there has been rapid growth in the numbers of English for Academic Purposes (or EAP) courses in many countries around the world. These are courses that prepare students for future English-medium ...
  • Earliest evidence for ground-edge axes: 35,400±410 cal BP from Jawoyn Country, Arnhem Land

    Geneste, Jean-Michel; David, Bruno O.; Plisson, Hugues; Clarkson, Chris; Delannoy, Jean-Jacques; Petchey, Fiona; Whear, Ray (Australian Archaeology Association, 2010)
    Evidence for the world’s earliest stone tools dates to 3.4 million years ago and pre-dates the earliest known Homo species in eastern Africa. However ground-edged tools did not appear until the dispersal of cognitively ...
  • Early Career Nurses: The relationship between Organisational Climate and Job Satisfaction and Burnout

    Were, Katie Jane (University of Waikato, 2016)
    In the changing New Zealand healthcare sector, the need for nurses to seamlessly and successfully transition into clinical practice is critical, particularly for organisational success. The worldwide nursing shortage and ...
  • Early childhood assessment in Aotearoa New Zealand: Critical perspectives and fresh openings

    Arndt, Sonja Kathrina; Tesar, Marek (De Gruyter, 2015)
    This paper engages with assessment practices in Aotearoa New Zealand. Te Whāriki, the internationally recognized early childhood curriculum framework, lies at the root of contemporary narrative assessment practices, and ...