MSc Gallery 2014-2015

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 2014-2015

Twitter Aine Galvin, Teaching and Learning Centre, UCD
Ten days of Twitter: Evaluating academic staff perceptions of the effectiveness of a short, online professional development course
Optometry feedback Claire McDonnell, College of Sciences and Health, DIT
The effectiveness of online formative feedback for Optometry students on work placement
BYOD Eva Kilar, English Language College
The potential of BYOD in TESL
Moodle Hugh McLain, Department of Agriculture and Food
Can Moodle be used to help support new entrants into a central government department?
ePortfolio John Kilroy, Harvest Computing Ltd
From a CV to an ePortfolio: An exploration of adult learners’ perception of the ePortfolio as a job-seeking tool
Flipped Classroom Rob Lowney, Law Society of Ireland
Flipping the law classroom: How does flipped learning affect practical legal skills development for solicitors
Screencasting Tracey Dalton, Dublin School of Architecture, DIT
Can post-lecture CAD screencasts reduce cognitive load and foster self directed learning in first year interior design?
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