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|Title (click to access)||Author||Description||Medium||Type||Filesize||Date|
|2012 NAIRTL Newsletter Winter||Catherine O'Mahony||
Information on NAIRTL's activities
|Text||N/A KB||14 Dec 2012|
|Developing an institutional framework for supporting supervisors of research students: A practical guide||NAIRTL Supervisor Support & Development Working Group||
This interactive publication describes the outcomes of a unique interinstitutional project undertaken in Ireland between 2008 and 2012 to develop a common framework for the support of supervisors of postgraduate research students.
The experiences of the seven institutions who ultimately participated in the NAIRTL Supervisor Support and Development project are summarized in the form of a series of commentaries on approaches to such training, and a description of the primary elements of the final framework itself. It is intended that this information may be of use to any institutions interested in developing their own supports for research supervisors, and ultimately will be of benefit to the supervisors themselves and, of course, their students.
The production of this publication was a collaborative effort between the members of NAIRTL’s Supervisor Support and Development working group:
Alan Kelly, University College Cork (Chair of Working Group), Lucy Byrnes, National University of Ireland, Galway, Veronica Campbell, Trinity College Dublin, Janet Carton, University College Dublin, Siobhan Harkin, Waterford Institute of Technology, Anna Marie Leonard, National University of Ireland, Galway, Pat Morgan, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ciara O’Farrell, Trinity College Dublin, Catherine O’Mahony, NAIRTL, and Niall Smith, Cork Institute of Technology.
|Text||Print Publication||5785KB||19 Jul 2012|
|Engaging Minds||Catherine O'Mahony||
Proceedings of the National Academy's 5th Annual Conference. Designed and collated by Catherine O’Mahony, NAIRTL, with assistance from Avril Buchanan, UCC
|Text||Print Publication||2KB||29 Sep 2011|
|Flexible Learning||Catherine O'Mahony||
Proceedings of the National Academy's Fourth Annual Conference. Designed and collated by Catherine O'Mahony
|Text||Print Publication||N/A KB||01 Mar 2011|
|In at the Deep End- starting to teach in Higher Education (2nd Ed)||Bettie Higgs, Jacqueline Potter||
This book, adapted from an original text written by Phil Race, is designed to support postgraduate students who are beginning to teach. It includes sections on small group teaching, lecturing and assessment and this second edition contains additional case studies. This publication costs €10 or can be purchased in conjunction with its sister publication "In At The Deep End: Postgraduate Students' Experiences of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education" for the combined cost of €15.
|Request||Print Publication||N/A KB||01 Sep 2010|
|In at the Deep End: Postgraduate Students' Experiences of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education||James Cronin, Bettie Higgs, Marian McCarthy and Jacinta McKeon||
This volume is based on the experiences of student teachers on the "Teaching and Learning Module" for Graduate Studies run by Ionad Bairre, Teaching and Learning Centre, University College Cork. This publication costs €10 or can be purchased at the special price of €15 if ordered with the original "In At the Deep End" publication.
|Request||Print Publication||N/A KB||01 Dec 2010|
|Making Connections: Intentional Teaching for Integrative Learning||Bettie Higgs, Shane Kilcommins, and Tony Ryan||
The promotion of student's integrative learning in Higher Education has always been a feature of effective curricula. In this volume we document examples of programmes/courses/activities that are designed intentionally to build students' capacity to be integrative thinkers and learners.
|Text||Print Publication||N/A KB||16 Dec 2010|
|Multiple Intelligences: Curriculum and Assessment Project||Áine Hyland||
This publication details the findings of a collaborative project examining the implications of Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences for curriculum and assessment in Ireland. The print version was published by the Education Department, University College Cork in April 2000. The digitised version is made available by NAIRTL.
|Text||Print Publication||N/A KB||20 Sep 2011|
|NAIRTL Grants Initiative: Evaluation of Impact||Jennifer Murphy, Aimie Brennan||
This report evaluates the impact of research projects that were supported by the NAIRTL grants initiative from 2007-2010.
|Text||Print Publication||2KB||01 Dec 2011|
|Survey Results - Investigating Graduate Competences||Catherine O'Mahony||
Nearly 2700 survey responses were gathered from employers and the higher education sectors to elicit views on the integration of global generic competences into the curriculum.
|Text||100KB||08 Jun 2009|
|Writing and Using Learning Outcomes||Declan Kennedy||
"A short, clear, readable handbook to introduce teachers to the concept of Learning Outcomes, and how to write them. Learning outcomes express what students are expected to achieve, and how they are expected to demonstrate that achievement. The 1999 Bologna Agreement committed all third level institutions in Europe to describe their modules and programmes in terms of learning outcomes by 2010. Printed version only available - download the application form. NOTE that there is a 15 euro charge to cover printing and postage for this highly popular publication. "
|Request||Print Publication||N/A KB||01 Nov 2007|
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