Keynote Presentations

Catherine Cronin

Catherine Cronin – NUI Galway
On Being an (Open) Educator

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Sian Bayne – University of Edinburgh / Coursera
MOOCs at Edinburgh: challenges, successes and strategies


Kyle L Peck – Penn State University
Opening Up Education – How Innovations in Online Learning Will Change What We Do


Eoin O’Dell – Chair, Copyright Reviw Committee, Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Trinity College Dublin
Copyright, Technology and Education


Ross Mahon – Google
Technology Enabling Education

Panel Session


Ross Mahon, Google
Eoin O’Dell – Chair, Copyright Reviw Committee, Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Trinity College Dublin
Catherine Augustine – Penn State University
Catherine Cronin – NUI Galway

Jennifer Burke Award for Innovation in Teaching and Learning


Finalist Presenations and Voting

ILTA Research Activities – VLE Research Group


Robert Cosgrave, Angelica Risquez, Damien Raftery, Teresa Logan-Phelan, Eamon Costello, Nuala Harding, Marion Palmer, Claire McAvinia, Tom Farrelly
The VLE Usage Survey Five Years in: Overview of Findings and future directions

Technology in Action – Education and Industry Case Studies


Cicely Roche – Trinity College Dublin and Blackboard Inc
Online Assessment of Reflective Practice and Teamwork: Technology‐Enhanced Learning in the Final Semester


Sean O’Grádaigh, NUI Galway and Apple
Using Apple Technologies (iTunesU and iBooks) to create authentic and personalized teaching content


Aidan O’Donovan, UCC
Ravi Khakhar, Panopto
Engaging Students Through Video: A Technology in Action Case Study

Practitioner Sessions


Mike Cosgrave – University College Cork
Kilmichael Research based Teaching Using XML


Arthur Ellis McKeown – University of Ulster
MOOC‐friendly English from Ulster


Brian Coll, John Donovan, Brian Mulligan – IT Sligo
Preparing for a MOOC


Glenn Wearen – HEAnet, Eric Clarke, RCSI
Opening up the campus digital identity

Practice Exchange


Engaging with Forums – Karen Joan Sutton – Griffith College Dublin
Addressing the Digital Gap in Adult Literacy through the Blending of the Language Experience Strategy with Digital Storytelling – M.Teresa Gonzalez – Trinity College Dublin
Students as Producers of Digital Resources – Bettie Higgs – UCC