Mahitahi | Collaborative Practices

  • Feast, Luke Edward Eric (PI (principal investigator))
  • Vogels, Christina (PI (principal investigator))
  • Mahuta, Dean (PI (principal investigator))
  • Ka'ai-Mahuta, Rachel (PI (principal investigator))
  • Ka'ai, Tania (PI (principal investigator))



It is problematic to approach tertiary education in Aotearoa/New Zealand from a solely Western worldview because of Aotearoa/New Zealand’s history as a British colony. This problem is significant because New Zealand universities have a responsibility to respect Aotearoa/New Zealand’s founding document Te Tiriti o Waitangi (The Treaty of Waitangi). Though there have been bi-cultural courses in New Zealand universities, there are few transdisciplinary courses that approach education in collaborative practices in arts, design, and communications solely from te ao Māori (the Māori world). To address this, the Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies at AUT University established a project to create a faculty-wide course, called Mahitahi | Collaborative Practices, to specifically approaches the teaching of collaboration theory from a te ao Māori perspective.
Effektiv start/slut dato01/08/202001/08/2021


  • Auckland University of Technology


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