MSc Gallery 2013-2014

Student Project Gallery

Since our first cohort of students graduated in 2009, we have observed such a fabulous range of applied eLearning projects from a wide variety of professional contexts and practice being developed that we wanted to share them with you! Below is a selection from 2013-2014

donaldson Lisa Donaldson, Learning Innovation Unit, Dublin City University
Integrating web 2.0 learning technologies in Higher education: the necessity, the barriers and the factors for success
gleeson Michael Gleeson, College of Engineering & Built Environment, DIT
Analysing the Impact of Digital Photography Projects on Student Engagement and Performance in a Higher Education Engineering Discipline ICERI2014, the 7th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation
murray Ray Murray, Applied Materials Ireland Ltd
Using an adaptive framework for the delivery of technical training modules: a flow-theory approach
byrne Jennifer Byrne, College of Engineering & Built Environment, DIT
Can the Use of Online Learning and Reflective Journals improve Students’ Performance for a practically taught Timber Jointing Module?
mcgillion Brian McGillion, College of Business, DIT
Can the use of VLE technologies enhance the process of continuous assessment?
walsh Patrick Walsh, ISS Services, DIT
Evaluating the Data Analytic Features of Blackboard Learn 9.1 From An Academic Perspective
meaney Steve Meaney, College of Sciences & Health, DIT
A simple model for virtualisation of the coaching and scaffolding components of cognitive apprenticeship
brennan Keith Brennan, Instructional Designer
Cognitive Load, Connectivist MOOCs and the Novice Experience
jwalsh Jonathan Walsh, Instructional Designer
Can Facebook help early school leavers engage in online learning?
ashall Paul Ashall, College of Sciences & Health, DIT
Chemical technology as a context based learning tool for chemical sciences
 Digital Portfolios Geraldine McCann-Cleary, Instructional Designer
Can community education through the delivery of a Digital Media Technology ePortfolio, bridge the gap between the transitions of further education to employment, from a tutor and students perspective?