Short Papers

S1: The use of technology enhanced learning in Mathematics. Ciarán Mac an Bhaird, Ann O’Shea National University of Ireland Maynooth

S2: Using YouTube Videos in Lectures. Eugene O’Loughlin National College of Ireland (NCI)

S3: Use of a Collaborative Learning Environment to Support Cross-Faculty Problem Based Learning in Undergraduate Design Education. Jennifer McDonnell Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT)

S4: The Use of Wikis in a Product Design and Development Class to Enhance Project-Based Learning. Fiona Masterson National University of Ireland Galway

S5: Supporting informal learning: A learning technology pilot to tag and locate knowledgeable people in a global organisation. Anita Flanagan Google Ireland

S6: Students creating videos: using Flips for motivation and assessment. Dina Brazil, Keane Dorothy, McGuinnes Martina, Damien Raftery Institute of Technology Carlow

S7: Over the Shoulder of a Blind Browser Bernard Francis Goldbach

S8: Molecules and Movies: Using Multimedia with Molecular Model Building in Undergraduate Biochemistry Laboratories. Oisín D Keely, Andrew Flaus National University of Ireland, Galway

S9: MP3 Instructional Design Model for Multiple Intelligences. Dave Madden Blended Learning Design

S10: An analysis of third level interdisciplinary student learning outcomes using Wiki technology tools– an evaluation of Germany and Ireland University students. Mary Dempsey, Paul Gormley, Ralph Riedel, Liam McDwyer National University of Ireland Galway

S11: Instructional videocasts: Lifelong learning in a mobile world Robert Hickey Institute of Technology Blanchardstown

S12: Integrating Assessment Tools with Moodle – Lightwork Brian Coll Institute of Technology Sligo

S12: Is one life enough? John O’Connor, Claudia Igbrude Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT)

S14: Learning Technologies for Challenging Times – one size fits all Fionnghuala Kelly  Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT)

S15: Maple TA As A Teaching Tool In ITT Dublin Noel Gorman Institute of Technology Tallaght

S16: Enterprise Learning Intelligence Suite (ELIS) – Bring Moodle to the next level with an enhanced suite of functionality that facilitates curriculum management, reporting and learning content management Liam Ryan Enovation Solutions

S17: Examples of Scaffolding and Chunking in Online and Blended Learning Environments Rose Marie Baker Penn State College of Education

S18: Healthcare Professional Roles: The Ontology Model for E-Learning Lorraine Carmody, Elizabeth Sherry & John Cardiff Institute of Technology, Tallaght

S19: Design and implementation of technology-enhanced classrooms and video streaming Brian Lake Guildford College of Further and Higher Education

S20: Creating Web Quests with Google Docs – A school based example of software as a service Michael John Delargey University College Cork (UCC)

S21: Approaches to History Taking in Medical Education Niall Watts University College Dublin

S21: An Investigation into the Use of Classroom Management Software as a means of Instruction Delivery in a Practical Computer Module Barry O’ Loughlin Athlone Institute of Technology

Research Papers

R1: “So who do you think we are?” – Observations on the field of educational technology Larry McNutt Institute of Technology Blanchardstown (ITB)

R2: MoGAME: Motivation based Game Level Adaptation Mechanism Ioana Ghergulescu, Cristina Hava Muntean National College of Ireland

R3: Developing information literacy skills for PhD students Mark Campbell & Niall McSweeney eMedia Interactive, National University of Ireland, Galway (NUI Galway)

R4: ‘E-Enhanced’ Learning For The Autistic Spectrum Nicola Duffy, Patrick Campbell and Billy Bennett. Letterkenny Institute of Technology, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal

R5: Student self-assessment and independent learning in a 1st year mathematics module: identifying and responding to needs and challenges through technology Peter Morris & Shane Dowdall Dundalk Institute of Technology

R6: Social Networking in Education – Engaging students in a collaborative learning experience David Hamill Trinity College Dublin (TCD)

R7: Intergenerational Learning at Dublin City University: Introducing Older Learners to Technology Trudy Corrigan, Carmel Conroy, Marian Flanagan, Joan Flood, Cathy Fowley, Joan McGrane, Gerry McNamara, Conor Sullivan, Dublin City University

R8: Using Turnitin and WriteCycle to support student writing and feedback Sharon Flynn National University of Ireland Galway (NUI Galway)

Pecha Kucha

PK1: Linking-in to learners today:using social networking tools for education Muireann OKeeffe, Claudia Igbrude Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT)

PK2: Online student for an hour – a basic approach to staff CPD Angelica Risquez University of Limerick

PK3: Using Google Wave for Collaboration Beyond the VLE Brian Mulligan Institute of Technology Sligo

PK4: Student Mobility: The Role of Mobile Devices in Supporting the Delivery of Trinity College’s Strategic Plan Tom Hayes Trinity College Dublin

PK5: How to avoid the icebergs: Reflections on what a learning technology project could teach smart people about effective poster design Mark Campbell, eMedia Interactive Ltd.

PK6: “Action Accounting”: Untying the Accountancy Knot Frances Boylan, Tom Kiely Dublin Institute of Technology

PK7: eModerating eTivities in a Blended Teaching Approach Catherine Kane Trinity College Dublin

PK8: Clickers in Action: Personal Response Systems for the Busy Lecturer Andrew Flaus, National University of Ireland, Galway

PK9: Transforming the classroom: an exercise in individualised assignments Laurence Cuffe Bray Adult Education Center, Wicklow VEC

PK10: Prezi: A Non-Linear, Rich Media Alternative to PowerPoint Rose M. Baker, David L. Passmore Penn State College of Education

PK11: The development of online assessment in the Moodle Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) as a replacement for traditional written assessment Michael J O’Rourke Athlone Institute of Technology

PK12: Technology-enhanced learning puzzle Sabine Moebs Dublin City University

Technology in Action

NUI Galway & Elluminate Online Meeting Rooms

DIT & Maraha ePortfolio System

TCD & Learning Objects Campus Pack Fusion Blogs and Wikis

AIT & Interactive Whiteboards

Blackboard User Community

Poster Presentations

Using a wiki for learning and assessment on a research methodology module delivered to part-time Level 9 students Aidan O’Dwyer Dublin Institute of Technology

The effect of using a virtual learning environment on technology students learning experiences – an update Aidan O’Dwyer Dublin Institute of Technology

Implementing a Key Skills in Mathematics Initiative Paul Robinson  Institute of Technology Tallaght

ePortfolio Implementation Journey Rosemary Cooper, Margaret Phelan, Aideen Reddy, Marie Kielty, Institute of Technology Tallaght. 

How can an interactive technologically-mediated learning experience, designed using intrinsic motivation strategies, affect the intrinsic motivation of adults to learn music? Orla Clarke  

Dance Magic: Can web-based technologies provide motivational support to learners of Irish Dance? Orla Clarke  

Use of Tablet PC Technology in a Cooperative Group Learning Format Ryan McLaughlin Seattle University

Can Colour Count? Does the Colour Coding of Teaching Materials Effect Technology Enhanced Learning? Noreen A O’Sullivan, Christine Horn, Hannah Barton IADT, Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design & Technology 

Sharing Experience from the Medea Awards Philip Patrick Penny IADT, Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design & Technology

Use of Blogging as a pedagogical tool to foster student engagement and inform teaching practice Siobhan O’ Sullivan University College Cork

Intergenerational Learning at Dublin City University: Introduction to Computers Module Trudy Corrigan, Carmel Conroy, Marian Flanagan, Joan Flood, Cathy Fowley, Joan McGrane, Gerry McNamara, Conor Sullivan Dublin City University  

To develop an interactive engagement technique for enhancing the teaching and learning of first year practical physics using a classroom response system, interactive whiteboards and multimedia Regina Kelly Limerick Institute of Technology 

Teagasc eCollege becomes Teagasc eLearning Support group Carmel Finlay, Brian Morrissey Teagasc

Conference Schedule

  • Abstract submissions are now closed. Many thanks to all those who submitted abstracts to be considered. Abstracts are now under review and authors will be notified shortly whether their abstract has been accepted.
  • Final versions of accepted papers and abstracts will be accepted up to 19 April 2010 (all abstracts and papers will be published online). 
  • All presentations (PDF or PowerPoint slides) must be submitted by 4 May 2010 and will be made available via the ILTA website during the conference. 
  • Final versions of accepted abstracts will be accepted up to 23 April 2010 (all abstracts and papers will be published online). 
  • All presentations (PDF or PowerPoint slides) and papers must be submitted by 14 May 2010 and will be made available via the ILTA website during the conference.

Guidelines for accepted Authors

The authors of all submissions to EdTech 2010 have been contacted. Author guidelines are downloadable below:
alt Pecha Kucha Guidelines
alt Research Paper Guidelines
alt Short Paper Guidelines