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The role of KAREN – the Kiwi Advanced Research and Education Network – in enabling ePortfolios.

For ePortfolios to be truly useful, they need to be available at any place and time, and not face restrictions on the type of content they contain. This requires universal connectivity for learning spaces at unrestricted bandwidths. KAREN – the Kiwi Advanced Research and Education Network – is New Zealand’s new national backbone network established with the objective of providing universal backbone connectivity at reasonable prices to all of the country’s research and education participants. Donald Clark, CEO of REANNZ (Research and Education Advanced Network New Zealand Ltd), the company established to own and operate KAREN, will provide an introduction to KAREN, including what it offers and how to connect, as well as providing some examples of how other countries are using equivalent networks to access and share content and learning.

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