E-portfolios are digital representations of students’ work along with reflections on their learning (Reynolds et al, 2014). They offer students many opportunities to demonstrate and reflect on their learning through
As engineering academics work through this challenging academic year resulting from the ongoing worldwide Novel Coronavirus pandemic, the Engineers Ireland Academic society hosted its second webinar on the 28th October
As a lecturer in the Department of Computing at GMIT, I have used various assessment methods/ practices over the years for blended modules and for the traditional face to face
As engineering academics prepare for the new academic year, the Engineers Ireland Academic society hosted a free webinar on September 3rd, on the topic of Remote and virtual laboratories – equipping students for hands off learning.
GMIT’s onsite, flexible learning religious studies programmes are currently being redeveloped into and recast as four new blended learning programmes. The challenge of successfully transitioning the content of an onsite-delivered,
The Digital Ed webinar series was an action-packed offering of workshops outlining various aspects of using digital media in teaching and learning. Here I will outline my experience based on
To enhance the students learning experience and their ability to achieve the desired learning outcomes from a module, technology enhanced tools can be very effective. In this blog post I
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