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  • Slattery, Darina M.; Ledwith, Ann; Hyland, Pádraig (OpenEducationEuropa, 2017)
    On-campus institutions are increasingly moving towards blended modes of delivery. In some cases, these blended programmes supplement existing offerings; in other cases, they replace them entirely. Regardless of the reasons ...
  • Slattery, Darina M.; de Barra, Eamonn; Chasseau, Claire (2018)
    This report details how students were recruited on to the EUCERMAT Erasmus+ online teaching programme and how the modules were managed across institutions. It provides detail on the structure of the EUCERMAT teaching ...
  • Cosgrove, Tom; Slattery, Darina M. (McMaster University Engineering, 2014)
    Some issues of current concern in engineering education are described. The theory, rationale and implementation of reflective practice in educational settings are briefly reviewed. The use of reflective writing in ...
  • Flammia, Madelyn; Cleary, Yvonne; Slattery, Darina M. (IEEE Computer Society, 2010)
    Global virtual teams provide numerous benefits for corporations employing virtual organizational forms and for individual teams and team members. However, virtual collaboration also presents some well-recognized challenges. ...
  • Slattery, Darina M. (2018)
    This manual has been designed for teachers, researchers, and course administrators involved in developing online programmes. For that reason, it has been written in accessible language and avoids being overly prescriptive.Section ...
  • Slattery, Darina M. (Aarhus Universitet * School of Business and Social Sciences, 2014)
    Financial information is extremely valuable to investors and other interested parties. This information, which can be qualitative or quantitative in nature, can be analyzed and subsequently used to try to predict future ...
  • Slattery, Darina M.; Cleary, Yvonne (Aarhus Universitet * School of Business and Social Sciences, 2013)
    In this article, we introduce two programmes in technical communication (one distance, and one on-campus) offered by the University of Limerick. Both programmes have been running for several years, but are regularly reviewed ...
  • Cleary, Yvonne; Slattery, Darina M. (Society for Technical Communication, 2016)
    Much of the content produced by technical communicators and content developers will later be translated for users from other cultures. For example, instruction manuals, web sites, e-learning courses, software tools and ...
  • Slattery, Darina M.; Cleary, Yvonne (Council for Programs in Technical and Scientific Communication, 2014)
    This article describes the mission, history, development, structure, and curriculum of the MA in Technical Communication and E-Learning, which is offered by the University of Limerick. The program started as a Graduate ...
  • Slattery, Darina M.; Cleary, Yvonne (IEEE Computer Society, 2017)
    During the past few decades, increased use of information and communication technologies has led to educational innovations such as synchronous and asynchronous online collaboration tools and learning management systems. ...
  • Costin, Yvonne; O'Brien, Michael P.; Slattery, Darina M. (International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 2018)
    Entrepreneurs need to develop a range of skills to be successful, including skills in decision making, risk management, problem solving, communication, and teamwork. Games and simulations are increasingly being used in ...
  • Cleary, Yvonne; Slattery, Darina M. (The All Ireland Society for Higher Education, 2009)
    As virtual teams become more common in the workplace, a growing body of research has examined the factors critical to their success. Many studies have focused on practitioners or on students in business programs. This paper ...

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