Web Design

eTime is the exclusive South Island partner of Dimension3 Learning Technology Ltd, providing sales, support and training for the Ultranet Learning Management System.
Most schools use Ultranet as their main school website. Ultranet has been developed specifically to suit New Zealand primary and secondary schools. It is accessed via the web, has password protected pages, a safe and controlled student portfolio and social networking area, messaging, a parent portal and virtual classrooms where teachers can customise their own pages using built-in modules for things such as wikis, discussions, quizzes, resources, slide shows, assignments and calendars. It integrates well with other Web 2 tools including Google Apps. A mobile app is also available for iPhones, iPods and iPads. 

Ultranet Web Design
eTime can assist in the design of your Ultranet website in the form of:
  • Graphic design
  • Style development
  • Page content development and maintenance 
  • Guidance & implementation 
We can provide a free presentation to your staff/board, access to a free demo site, and information about implementation, training, hosting and licence costs.

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Waikari School
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Waipara School
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Bishopdale School
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Bamford School
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Bromley School
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eTime Virtual School
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Marian College
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Rakaia School
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Whangara School
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Ultranet: Developing your ClassSpace (Christchurch)
This is a 3 hour session designed for teachers who are new to the Ultranet framework and need to get up to speed with the basics. This will be a hands-on session with teachers actively building their ClassSpace area to support and enhance their classroom programme.

Ultranet: Enhancing use through iPads Apps (Christchurch)
During this 5 hour session, participants will explore a range of iPad apps that provide students with exciting and dynamic opportunities to present, share and reflect on their learning. During the session they will view examples of how other schools are integrating these apps within their programmes and effectively utilising the Ultranet framework as the sharing and reflecting portal.