AISHE Inaugural Conference
Thursday 2nd & Friday 3rd September Trinity College Dublin
Online Proceedings © 2004
- Welcome Address.Barry McMullin, President, AISHE.
- PID controller tuning methods: a novel teaching approachA. O’Dwyer, Dublin Institute of Technology.
- Determining Key Skills for IT Graduates in the Emerging Knowledge-Based EconomyDeirdre Lawless, Damian Gordon, Ciaran O’Leary, Michael Collins. School of Computing, Dublin Institute of Technology.
- Is Collegiality a Zombie?Sylvia Huntley-Moore, John Panter. Trinity College Dublin.
- Postgraduate Certificates in Teaching and Learning: Different insights into their impactVivien Edwards, Jan McArthur and Shirley Earl. Napier University, Edinburgh.
- Assessment: Motivate not AggravateLejla Rovcanin. National College of Ireland.
- Reinvigorating the Civic Mission of the UniversityIain MacLabhrainn. Centre for Excellence in Learning & Teaching, National University of Ireland, Galway
- Managing intertextuality – meaning, plagiarism and powerDr Perry Share, Department of Humanities, Institute of Technology, Sligo
- The Teaching Portfolio – A Vehicle for Successful Teaching at Third LevelOrla Lahart, Elaine Maher. School of Informatics, National College of Ireland.
- Higher Education, Information Communication Technology and Learning: ICT for replication OR innovation?Inmaculada Arnedillo Sánchez, Tim Savage, Brendan Tangney. Centre for Research in IT in Education, Trinity College Dublin.
- Evaluating the Effectiveness of Management Education: An Irish and International StudyFinian Buckley, Edel Conway, Pat Barker, Kathy Monks, Melrona Kirrane, Kay MacKeogh. Centre for Management Learning and Development, Dublin City University.
- Wireless Learning, Wired Learning, What Learning? Towards a strategic approach to integrating distributed learningHelen Guerin. University College Dublin.
- Why do students abandon their course before completion? A case study of dropout students and current students of the Diploma in Hotel & Catering Management, DITAnne Conway. School of Hospitality Management and Tourism, Dublin Institute of Technology
- Learning in Later Life: Age Diversity in an Access to Higher Education CourseKaren Bunyan. Waterford Institute of Technology.
- Frameworks for Qualifications in Teaching and Learning in Higher EducationGeraldine O’Neill, Centre for Teaching and Learning, University College Dublin. Iain Mac Labhrainn, Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching, National University of Ireland, Galway,
- Recent Developments in Practice-Based/Led Research in Art & DesignPeter Jordan. Waterford Institute of Technology.
- Mission Impossible? Evaluating the Binary Divide in Irish Higher EducationNeil O’Flaherty. Waterford Institute of Technology.
- Contemporary and Emerging Issues in Nurse Education within the Third Level Education SectorAnne-Marie Malone, Gobnait A. Byrne and Fiona M. Murphy. The University of Dublin, Trinity College.
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