Katie Molloy

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    CESI Staffroom Podcast Now on Spotify

    We’re delighted to announce that episodes of our CESI Staffroom are now available as podcasts on Spotify. Give our show a listen (or a share!) for some tech tips for teaching from our wider CESI community. Listen to the show below.

  • Summer 2019 CESI•CS National Workshops

    This summer we are delighted to announce that we are holding two further CESI•CS national workshops. We will be in Waterford on Saturday 15th June and Monaghan on Saturday 22nd June. We will run parallel sessions: morning beginning at 10:00 with  lunch at 12:30 and afternoon from 14:00, finishing at 16:30. Keep an eye on […]

  • A Special #edchatie Talking all Things #cesicon

    On Monday 4th February from 8.30-9.30pm, @CESItweets will take over #edchatie for an online discussion about the annual Computers in Education Society of Ireland (CESI) conference and TeachMeet. It will be a focused discussion, in which we will aim to cover four questions/topics in the one night, rather than the usual single topic. The four topics for […]

  • Learning Design for Online and Blended Learning

    In June, the Blended Learning Unit at Mary Immaculate College hosted Professor Gráinne Conole for a workshop on learning design for online and blended learning that I was fortunate to attend.  Professor Conole is currently a Visiting Professor and the National Institute of Digital Learning (NIDL) at Dublin City University.  This half day workshop would […]

  • ILTA EdTech 2017 Conference

    This year’s ILTA conference theme was: TEL in an Age of Supercomplexity – Challenges, Opportunities and Strategies. The focus was  broad, as supercomplexity might indeed imply. In the current higher education climate, we face challenges around changing methodologies, resources, and policies. As we venture further into the digital age, we took two days to pause […]

  • All Aboard! Digital Skills in Higher Education

    The All Aboard! Digital Skills in Higher Education project was launched during Digital Skills Week at the beginning of April.  The project, funded by the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning, was a collaborative project between NUI Galway, University College Dublin, University of Limerick and Mary Immaculate College that aims to enhance […]