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Externally Funded Research

 

2016/17

Developing a Professional Development Framework to promote, acknowledge and evidence Teaching and Learning professional development activities for staff at a disciplinary level (Engineering) within an institute of technology.

Project Lead: Dublin Institute of Technology, Project Partners: Institute of Technology Blandardstown, Institute of Technology Tallaght.

Funded by the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.

Contact: Dr Jen Harvey

2016

An ePortfolio strategy to enhance student learning, assessment and staff professional development

Lead Partner: Dublin Institute of Technology, Project Partners: Institute of Technology Tallaght, Institute of Technology Blanchardstown, Hibernia College.

Funded by the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

Contact: Dr Kevin O'Rourke

TELU – Open online resources for teaching with technology (http://telu.me/)

TELU is a collection of free online courses, specifically designed to help educators to get the most out of technology, which can support and enhance teaching and learning. TELU was funded by the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Led by Cork Institute of Technology, DIT was a project partner with colleagues in University College Dublin, Institute of Technology Tralee and University College Cork. The project was completed in 2016. Contacts: Dr Pauline Rooney, Dr Frances Boylan.

2015

Learning Resources and Open Access

This was a collaborative cross-institutional research project funded by the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education which examined how digital teaching and learning resources can be utilised, developed and shared in order to enhance teaching and learning in Irish higher education. Led by Dr. Angelica Risquez (University of Limerick), this project was completed in June 2015. Contacts: Dr Pauline Rooney, Dr Claire McAvinia