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Private sentiment and public issues Irish medium education and complex linguistic and political Identification
Is it possible to construct a non-essentialist politics of place? This is a central question explored in this chapter. The empirical focus of the chapter is the cultural politics of language surrounding the Irish-medium ...
The management and creation of knowledge: Do Wikis help?
(IGI Global, 2011)
The increasing need for effective collaboration among third-level interdisciplinary groups suggests the necessity of developing teaching pedagogy that infuses teaching techniques with technologies. This case study analyses ...
Learning Technologists: changing the culture or preaching to the converted?
(CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015-01-24)
The role of a learning technologist is varied, we are involved in lots of different activities, and no two days are ever the same. We are constantly meeting and working with a variety of people, especially those of us who ...
Irish Higher Education and the Knowledge Economy
An ethical commitment: responsibility, cosmopolitanism and care in the internationalised university
The internationalization of higher education has decisively moved from being a scholarly tradition of mobility across borders to an almost purely economic concern. This is a trend that is most pronounced in countries such ...
Breaking the SEAL: enhancing engagement with academic libraries and the Academy through educational design innovation in technology-enhanced learning
(Association of College and Research Libraries, 2018)
Breaking the SEAL developed from a partnership between the James Hardiman Library and the School of Education at the National University of Ireland Galway. This initiative provides second-level students with opportunities ...