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  • Marcus-Quinn, Ann; McGarr, Oliver (Research, 2013)
    This research study developed curricular specific open educational resources for the teaching of poetry at Junior Cycle in Irish post-primary schools. It aimed to capture the collaborative design and development process ...
  • Marcus-Quinn, Ann (EDIN; Educational Developers in Ireland Network, 2013)
    At the time of writing this chapter the Irish National Digital Learning Resources (NDLR) service may be incorporated into the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. The capacity ...
  • Clancy, Ian; Marcus-Quinn, Ann (Firenze University Press, 2019)
    There are a multitude of methods of providing third level students with feedback on their performance. Feedback can take many forms, from handwritten comments, to individual verbal feedback delivered face to face, and some ...
  • Marcus-Quinn, Ann; Clancy, Ian (IGI Global, 2015)
    Massive Online Open Courses (MOOC) are still in their infancy on the surface they look like the necessary silver bullet to provide alternate pathways to education. However, when completion rates and retention figures ...
  • Marcus-Quinn, Ann; Diggins, Yvonne (Elsevier, 2013)
    This paper focuses on the significant developments in the area of open education, in particular the role that Open Educational Repositories (OER) can play in higher education, teaching, learning and scholarship. The ...
  • Marcus-Quinn, Ann; McGarr, Oliver (Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia (U N E D) * Facultad de Educacion, 2015)
    Despite the attempts to integrate ICT across the curriculum of all post-primary education systems in the developed world there remains low levels of use. One of the major reasons for this low level of use is the availability ...

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