Catalyst – South Island, is proud to have partnered with the University of Canterbury Arts Digital Lab to develop the ‘Red Zone Stories’ application.
News and events
Some of our more recent achievements for clients and the work we do around free and open source software
Tapasā, the cultural competencies framework for teachers of Pacific learners, is a recent initiative by the Teaching Council of Aotearoa New Zeala
Catalyst has collaborated with Horowhenua District Council to deliver an exciting new feel to their libraries web presence.
Have a party and fix bugs? Yes, you can. Catalyst will be hosting a Debian Bug Squashing Party in Wellington.
Join us for some training in various open source technologies during November. Training available in Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch.
The Catalyst team released Mahara 18.10 on Thursday, 25 October 2018. This release facilitates assessment, progress tracking, and tagging amongst others.
Catalyst has made the "Increasingly Digital" curiosity cards available on MyPortfolio, making it possible for schools to work with them digitally.
Catalyst is delighted to again support the New Zealand Open Source Awards (NZOSA) that are being run for the seventh time in 2018. The winners will be announced at a Gala dinner at The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa on Tuesday 23 October 2018.
Whether you have an existing user of Open Source technologies or are just getting started, Catalyst's experienced instructors and schedule of courses can help you make the most of the technology. View our upcoming courses during October in our Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch offices.