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The Student Learning and Development Centre was approved by the Executive Board on January 23rd 2009.
Assessment ‘…shapes the experience of students and influences their behaviour more than the teaching they receive’ (Bloxham & Boyd, 2007, p. 3).
It has the potential to significantly enhance learning.
Strategy Implementation Plan by John Dallat, Head of Learning and Teaching.
This policy to embed technology-enhanced learning in Dundalk Institute of Technology was approved by Academic Council in June 2013.
The Centre for Learning and Teaching is pleased to invite applications for financial support for action research activities and projects under the SIF 2 ‘Repositioning Learner Assessment Project’.
E-Learning Development Unit information.
A Professional Standards Framework for Effective Teaching
Aims of Centre of Excellence in Learning and Teaching
The Centre’s overall aim is promote excellence in teaching and specifically so in the context of student-focused and inclusive learning and teaching.
Workshop: Developing Reusable Learning Resources with Articulate
Catherine Bruen (TCD & NDLR), Brendan Ryder, DkIT
Wednesday 11th November 2009
Wednesday 2nd December 2009
Moodle is a free open source online learning environment that can be used to facilitate a broad range of e-learning activities.
The aim of this workshop is to introduce academic staff to the concept of e-Assessment and examine how Moodle can be used to facilitate e-assessment activities, specifically to explore the Assignment and Quiz activities.
Summary of our Masters of Arts in Learning & Teaching (May 2014)
Dundalk IT is involved with a sectoral pilot in conjunction with the SIF Flexible Learning project
Tutoring for DKIT Students is available free of charge and is based upon the availability of a qualified tutor. Fully completed forms should be left in room S202
(main building) or in Student Services.
Guidelines from the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching on Effective Practices for Year 1 and the associated issue of Retention. The Guidelines cover Induction, The First Year Curriculum and Assessment in First Year.
This Strategy, which has been developed by a Working Group of the Learning and Teaching Sub-Committee of Academic Council, brings together many strands in DkIT’s activities, hopes and intention about Learning and Teaching in the Institute.
This Online Resource is designed primarily for those members of staff of the Dundalk Institute of Technology who play a significant role in learning and teaching, though staff who work in other areas are also most welcome to use it.
PDF Application form for NDLR Funding. Must be signed and returned to this office.
The Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) held its annual learning and teaching innovation showcase event on Thursday June 7th 2012. The aim of the event was to share learning and teaching practice, projects and initiatives taking place across the Institute.
An e-Learning Policy for Dundalk Institute of Technology, 2009
This paper proposes an e-learning policy for Dundalk Institute of Technology contributing to its strategy for student-centred learning and teaching.
Programme of Training Events from Centre for Learning and Teaching, October - December 2010