DIT & ITTD Staff recognised for enhancing the student learning experience

Posted: 24 October, 2014

DIT / ITTD launch Teaching Fellowships

On Tuesday, October 21st, Muiris O’Connor, HEA, launched the 2014/15 DIT Teaching Fellowships. This year, colleagues were joined by five new ITTD Teaching Fellowship recipients.  Dr. Brian O’Neill, Director of Research, Enterprise and Innovation Services, welcomed attendees on behalf of DIT. John Vickery, Registrar from ITTD, provided an outline of the Tallaght Teaching Fellowship awards process.

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This year’s cohort of Fellows focussed on research related to the first year experience and the transition into higher education.

DIT Teaching Fellowships provide the opportunity for staff to participate actively in enhancing the student learning experience.  Now in their 5th year, DIT College Teaching Fellowships are awarded to individuals or teams in support of their work developing and evaluating a specific project that supports the enhancement of learning and/or curriculum development at programme, School or College level. DIT has supported 50 Fellowships to date. Past teaching fellowship reports are available through http://arrow.dit.ie/

More information about the 2014 Teaching Fellowships is available from http://www.dit.ie/lttc/projects/institutionalprojects/teachingfellowships/2014-2015/


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