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…
|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 http://ojs.aishe.org/index.php/aishe-j/article/view/202
|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
|Ray Murray, Applied Materials Ireland Ltd
Using an adaptive framework for the delivery of technical training modules: a flow-theory approach
|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?
|Brian McGillion, College of Business, DIT
Can the use of VLE technologies enhance the process of continuous assessment?
|Patrick Walsh, ISS Services, DIT
Evaluating the Data Analytic Features of Blackboard Learn 9.1 From An Academic Perspective
|Steve Meaney, College of Sciences & Health, DIT
A simple model for virtualisation of the coaching and scaffolding components of cognitive apprenticeship
|Keith Brennan, Instructional Designer
Cognitive Load, Connectivist MOOCs and the Novice Experience
|Jonathan Walsh, Instructional Designer
Can Facebook help early school leavers engage in online learning?
|Paul Ashall, College of Sciences & Health, DIT
Chemical technology as a context based learning tool for chemical sciences
|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?