Tonight we are undertaking some important system updates necessary to support our NCEA results reporting for schools Published at 3.28pm on 16 January

The update will take place for up to four hours from 10pm on Wednesday 16 January.

Access to our Learner Login pages will be unavailable during this time, including access to the NCEA results.

We have scheduled this brief but necessary outage at this time in order to minimise any inconvenience to students.

Preparing digital visual submissions for moderation

Digital and visual submissions can be supplied on CD-R, DVD-R disk or USB flash drives.

When preparing digital and visual submissions for moderation:  

  • only send the performances or work to be moderated
  • for visual submissions complete Page 2 of the cover sheet below to clearly identify the student whose work is to be moderated
  • use clean CDs, DVDs or USB flash drives
  • remember to  'finalise' then check that disks can be read in other devices
  • all common file format types are acceptable
  • do not send Blueray disks, Hi8, DV or MiniDV tapes, or HD files.
  • Apple Macintosh users must ensure that submitted files can be read easily on a PC.
  • package materials carefully in bubble-wrap or similar packaging to avoid damage to CDs or DVDs
  • check that a USB flash drive is secure to ensure that it does not get lost, e.g. in an envelope or taped to the cover sheet.

Strategies for successful student identification include:

  • a personal introduction
  • a voice-over introduction of the student
  • placing all of each student's work in a folder named after the student e.g. 'ST'. Each file within the folder is named and numbered to indicate the sequencing of the work, e.g. 'ST1.jpg', 'ST2.jpg', etc
  • submitting a student's work in the form of a PowerPoint presentation which clearly sequences images as separate slides in the slideshow. Written student evidence may be added as notes if PowerPoint is used.


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