Valuable Contribution to e-Learning Summer School

Last week a number of NIDL staff contributed to the 12th edition of the highly successful e-Learning Summer School hosted by the Learning, Teaching and Technology Centre at Dublin Institute of Technology. This year’s event explored the question: What impact is digital culture having on higher education? Over the week approximately 40 third level educators (many from DCU funded by the NIDL) came together for a rich and varied programme, including a session on Digital Assessment by Elaine Walsh and Eloise Tan; a couple of contributions by Mark Glynn on Screencasting and the use of Moodle; and a final keynote by Mark Brown on the “Promise, Progress and Pain” of digital learning. Full credit goes to the team at DIT for organising such a valuable professional learning experience.

Summer School