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Oral/Workshop Presentation

Experiences of assessment using multiple choice questions on advanced modules taken by Level 8 and Level 9 engineering students Full Text PDF
Aidan O'Dwyer
Back to the future: the experience of participating in a programme of education based on the principles of work-based learning or ‘learning on the job’.
Jean Clarke
Choice of Assessment Methods within a Module: Students’ Experiences and Staff Recommendations for Practice. Full Text PDF
Geraldine Mary O'Neill, Kathy O'Boyle, Evelyn Doyle, Nicholas Clipson
Designing and delivering curricula for an entrepreneurial future: a pilot investigation to accelerate campus entrepreneurship Full Text MS-Word
Cecilia B Hegarty
Shaping Nursing Curricula for Future Clinical Practice – ‘Lighting the Fire’ with EBP!
Therese Leufer, Joanne Cleary-Holdforth
Encoraging and nurturing student initiated collaborative and multi-contributory projects. Full Text MS-Word
Claire Allen
Enhancing Knowledge Workers' Adult Learning Solutions (EKWALS): Presentation of a Grundtvig project
Michael G Kenny
“Lights…camera…actionâ€, a changed approach to clinical skills teaching; nursing students in Ireland sit in the director’s chair. Full Text MS-Word
Liz M Kingston
Lessons in curriculum design and institutional change Full Text MS-Word
Pam mary Parker, Susannah Quinsee
Flexible and Sustainable Content Delivery Full Text MS-Word
Yvonne Cleary, Marie Flannery
Learning for the Future - Motivational Self-Systems Full Text MS-Word
Eleanor Valerie Mannix
The Creative Design and Implementation of a Staff Development Module in Problem-based Learning In Higher Education at University College Dublin
Terry Barrett
A Profile of the cognitive developmental levels of a sample of 1st Year University science students Untitled
Lorraine McCormack
CSI in a Lab: A Problem Solving Approach to Undergraduate Chemistry Practicals Full Text MS-Word
Orla Fenelon, Carmel Breslin
Programme assessment strategies – making assessment transparent or needless bureaucracy? Full Text PDF
Marion Palmer
VISUALISING CURRICULA FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: ADULT LITERACY PRACTITIONERS AND MULTIMODAL LEARNING
Shelley Tracey
Knowledge workers; A Growing Vulnerable Sector in the Post-Modern Economy
Michael G Kenny, Liam McGlinn
Community-based learning and curriculum design – a crash course for academic staff.
Catherine Bates, Elena Gamble
What do they really think about large classes? Full Text MS-Word
Shelagh Waddington, Una Crowley
The Student as Teacher - what a first year reflective journal can tell us about the student learning experience. Full Text MS-Word
Siobhán Dunne, Vera Sheridan
The black sheep of the evaluation family? Summative SET in UCD Full Text MS-Word
Paul William George Surgenor
Situating academic writing within the contemporary curriculum Full Text MS-Word
Ann Reynolds, Brid Delahunt, Moira Maguire, Frances Sheridan
Fear and Loathing in Project Based Learning
Patrick Flynn
An Exploration of Student Midwives Experiences of the Objective Structured Clinical Examination Assessment Process for Obstetric Emergencies
Carmel Bradshaw, Maria Noonan, Maebh Barry, Sylvia Murphy Tighe
Proof of concept of a national Modular Accreditation Programme
Mark Glynn
Project Based Learning – The Student Voice Full Text PDF
Tom O'Mahony
Changing curricula in art and design education in a post bologna context, developing part-time progression routes for mature students at the National College of Art and Design. Full Text MS-Word
nuala mary hunt

Poster Presentation

Why the development of resource materials for staff engaging in curriculum change is important. Lessons from the National College of Art and Design on the development of guidelines and templates for academic staff .
nuala mary hunt
Portfolio assessment: The learner perspective
Orna Farrell
PARTNERS in Action
Anne Spencer, Pamela Anne Henry
FACiLiTATE - Facilitating innovative curriculum design for five years and into the future
Lorna Dodd




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