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Scheduled Conference Title
 
AISHE-C 2012: Responding to Change: Effective Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Online Synchronous Tutorials in Distance Education– Reflections one year on! Abstract
Lorraine Delaney, Noeleen O'Keeffe, Elaine Walsh, Eamon Costello, James Brunton, Seamus Fox, Anne Morrissey
 
AISHE-C 2009: Valuing Complexity Optimising information literacy delivery to large classes: The contact or the online approach? Abstract
David Meehan
 
AISHE-C 2010: Designing & Delivering Curricula for the Future PARTNERS in Action Abstract
Anne Spencer, Pamela Anne Henry
 
AISHE-C 2011: The Challenge for Graduates in a Changed World Perpetual Identity Constructing, a grounded theory study Abstract
Alison Clancy
 
AISHE-C 2009: Valuing Complexity Pilot analysis of teacher identity in part - time HE lecturers and the ways in which professional development aids development of salient online teaching identities Abstract
Jacqueline Aundree Bellew
 
AISHE-C 2009: Valuing Complexity Plus ça change, plus ça devient la même chose – the convergence of academic professional identities in the Institute of Technology sector and the implications for teaching and learning. Abstract
Carol O'Byrne
 
AISHE-C 2010: Designing & Delivering Curricula for the Future Portfolio assessment: The learner perspective Abstract
Orna Farrell
 
AISHE-C 2011: The Challenge for Graduates in a Changed World Portfolio: Is it a valid and reliable assessment instrument for academic writing skills? Abstract
Deirdre Mary McClay
 
AISHE-C 2011: The Challenge for Graduates in a Changed World Practicing what they preach? Academics' views on professional development in teaching and learning Abstract
Maria Slowey, Ekaterina Kozina
 
AISHE-C 2011: The Challenge for Graduates in a Changed World PRACTITIONER RESEARCH IN ESSENTIAL SKILLS: PREPARING NEW TUTORS FOR THE CHALLENGES OF PRACTICE Abstract
Shelley Tracey
 
AISHE-C 2009: Valuing Complexity Prior understanding of basic electrical circuit concepts by first year engineering students Abstract
Aidan O'Dwyer
 
AISHE-C 2009: Valuing Complexity Privilege, entitlement, and instrumentalism: Differential orientations to higher education progression and implications for teaching and course design Abstract
Elaine B Keane
 
AISHE-C 2011: The Challenge for Graduates in a Changed World Process and Product – supporting academic writing in higher education Abstract
Alison Farrell, Sharon Tighe-Mooney
 
AISHE-C 2010: Designing & Delivering Curricula for the Future Programme assessment strategies – making assessment transparent or needless bureaucracy? Abstract
Marion Palmer
 
AISHE-C 2010: Designing & Delivering Curricula for the Future Project Based Learning – The Student Voice Abstract
Tom O'Mahony
 
AISHE-C 2011: The Challenge for Graduates in a Changed World Promoting E-Books Usage in DCU Abstract
Daniel Joseph Seery
 
AISHE-C 2010: Designing & Delivering Curricula for the Future Proof of concept of a national Modular Accreditation Programme Abstract
Mark Glynn
 
AISHE-C 2009: Valuing Complexity Proposed Title; E-moderating; where to start? Abstract
Helena Quinn
 
AISHE-C 2009: Valuing Complexity Reflections on a Pilot Project to Mandate Attendance in a School of Nursing within the HE Sector Abstract
Joanne Cleary-Holdforth, Therese Leufer
 
AISHE-C 2009: Valuing Complexity Research Success and Structured support: A new approach to developing early career academics in Higher Education. Abstract
Hilary Geber
 
AISHE-C 2008: Encouraging Student Engagement Responding to student needs and expectations in the Library: electronic access to essential reading material Abstract
Elizabeth Murphy
 
AISHE-C 2009: Valuing Complexity Rewarding Teaching Excellence Abstract
Bairbre Redmond
 
AISHE-C 2011: The Challenge for Graduates in a Changed World Sense and Sensibility: Collaborative & Interdisciplinary Problem Design in PBL Initiatives Abstract
Michael O'Grady, Gavin Barrett, Terry Barrett, Yvonne Delaney, Nuala Hunt, Thomas Kador, Valerie O'Brien
 
AISHE-C 2010: Designing & Delivering Curricula for the Future Shaping Nursing Curricula for Future Clinical Practice – ‘Lighting the Fire’ with EBP! Abstract
Therese Leufer, Joanne Cleary-Holdforth
 
AISHE-C 2010: Designing & Delivering Curricula for the Future Situating academic writing within the contemporary curriculum Abstract
Ann Reynolds, Brid Delahunt, Moira Maguire, Frances Sheridan
 
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