For full informaton on the EdTech2013 ‘Opening Up Education’ theme and call visit http://ilta.ie/edtech/edtech-2013/call-for-papers/ For screenshot guidelines on how to submit your EdTech2013 abstract please visit http://ilta.ie/edtech/edtech-2013/how-to-submit-your-edtech-2013-abstract/ …wishing you a Happy Easter from all at the Irish Learning Technology Association!
From Roisin Donnell, DIT PG Diploma in Third Level Learning and Teaching (DT906) http://www.dit.ie/lttc/programmes/postgraddiplomainlearningteaching/ MSc Applied eLearning (DT580) http://www.dit.ie/lttc/programmes/mscinappliedelearning/ MA Higher Education (DT909) http://www.dit.ie/lttc/programmes/mainhighereducation/ Applications are now being accepted for these three award-winning part-time Programmes which commence again in September 2013. These exciting and innovative programmes are tailored for today’s busy academics and practitioners who are seeking to update or develop new skills and strategies that can enhance their students’ learning; All programmes use a...
Congratulations to Brian Mulligan, Brian Coll and John Donovan at IT Sligo on their recent MOOC launch which was captured in an Irish Independent article titled ‘College Joins the Online Revolution with Free Course‘. The first MOOC at IT Sligo will be a six-week course in Lean Sigma Quality, the process improvement approach for companies in the manufacturing and service industries. The MOOC will include one to two hours of live and interactive classes every...
TEL Ireland Journal
Practitioner Inquiry has been promoted as a means for people to research their own practice within many work-based contexts - higher education is no exception. Practitioners are core to what ILTA activities are all about. As a grassroots grouping, we encourage practitioners to collaborate and discuss, exchange ideas, showcase innovations, explore case studies and discuss a range of issues and ideas, relating to their day-to-day practice.Read More »
One of ILTA’s key aims is to raise the profile of research and the dissemination of best practice in enhancing learning with technology across Ireland. We seek to share expertise and promote best practice in this field, and research is one way of doing this. ILTA supports research through our annual conference, regular webinars, our social online networks, and informal meetings. The TEL Ireland Journal also represents a new channel for peer-reviewed publication.Read More »
The use of technology in education bridges a broad range of sectors, from primary to higher education; and from public sector to private industry. ILTA provides a forum to highlight the synergies that exist between participants in the learning technology area, and to help promote and develop stronger links across sectors. We also provide a platform for commercial and open source technologies to showcase their offerings.Read More »