Qualifications & Memberships
Niki Davis, University of Canterbury Professor of e-Learning, is recognized internationally as a leading expert in information and communication technologies in teacher education. Sought by UNESCO, European Commission, national agencies, companies, scholarly societies and institutions for her expertise; she has over 200 publications including books and scholarly papers. Leadership positions have included Director of Iowa State University Center for Technology in Learning and Teaching in the USA and University of Exeter Telematics Center in the UK; President of the Society of Information Technology in Teacher Education, the UK association for Information Technology in Teacher Education and DEANZ the New Zealand association for open flexible and distance learning; Chair of educational research for the International Federation of Information Processing; and Editor of academic refereed journals including Information Technology for Teacher Education, and the World Yearbook of Education for 2004. Since her arrival in New Zealand in 2008 Professor Davis has led research in e-learning, including e-learning for adults with needs in literacy and numeracy for the New Zealand Ministry of Education and virtual schooling. Ako Aotearoa funded projects include the first system-wide scenario set for education. Collaborative work includes culturally sensitive e-learning with success for indigenous peoples.
- Davis N. (2018) Digital Technologies and Change in Education: The Arena Framework. New York & London: Routledge. 224.
- Cochrane T., Davis NE. and Mackey J. (2018) Design-Based Research with AGILE Sprints to Produce MUVES in Vocational Education. Application Development and Design: 607-624.IGI Global. http://dx.doi.org/10.4018/978-1-5225-3422-8.ch026.
- Davis NE. and Ferdig R. (2018) Virtual Schooling: A Global Perspective. In Voogt J; Knezek G; Christensen R; Lai KW (Ed.), Handbook of Information Technology in Primary and Secondary Education (2nd ed.) Amsterdam: Springer.
- Davis NE., Mackey J. and Dabner N. (2018) Changes in school culture with the emergence of virtual schooling. In Kennedy K; Ferdig R (Ed.), Handbook on Research in K-12 Online and Blended Learning (2nd ed.)ETC Press.
- Cochrane T., Davis N. and Mackey J. (2016) Design-based research with AGILE sprints to produce MUVES in vocational education. In Terry K; Cheney A (Ed.), Advances in Educational Technologies and Instructional Design (AETID) Book Series: Utilizing virtual and personal learning environments for optimal learning: 291-313. Hershey: IGI Global. http://dx.doi.org/10.4018/978-1-4666-8847-6.ch013.