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Author: Walsh, Elaine

Number of items: 8.


Walsh, Elaine and O'Keeffe, Noeleen and Delaney, Lorraine and Fox, Seamus and Brunton, James and Costello, Eamon and Morrissey, Anne (2012) Enhancing the teaching and learning experience of distance education through the use of synchronous online tutorials. In: EADTU 2012, 27-28 Sept, Paphos, Cyprus.


Walsh, Elaine and O'Keeffe, Noeleen and Brunton, James and Fox, Seamus and Morrissey, Anne and Costello, Eamon (2011) Introducing Wimba to Oscail online programmes. In: EADTU 2011, 3-4 Nov 2011, Eskisehir, Turkey.

Walsh, Elaine and O'Keeffe, Noeleen (2011) WIMBA - The story so far! Introducing Wimba to distance education programmes. In: 7th International conference of AISHE, 25-26 Aug 2011, Dublin, Ireland.


Costello, Eamon and Fox, Seamus and Walsh, Elaine (2009) A reappraisal of online mathematics teaching using LaTeX. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET), 4 (4). ISSN 1863-0383


Walsh, Elaine and Fox, Seamus and Mullally, Alan and Costello, Eamon (2008) ViCoCITY – A virtual company environment used in distance education to teach key professional skills. In: AISHE-C 2008: Encouraging Student Engagement, 28-29 August 2008, NUI Maynooth, Ireland.


Boyle, Liam and O'Keeffe, Noeleen and Walsh, Elaine (2007) Widening access to distance education using mobile technologies - A pilot project. In: 8th Annual Conference of EdTech, 23-25 June 2007, Dublin, Ireland.

Walsh, Elaine (2007) Investigation of the effects of different assessment techniques on student study patterns. In: 3rd International Conference of AISHE, 30-31 Aug 2007, Maynooth, Ireland.


Fox, Seamus and Walsh, Elaine (2006) How to foster collaboration in an eLearning environment - Lessons from Oscail. In: 2nd International Conference of AISHE, 31 Aug - 1 Sept 2006, Maynooth, Ireland.

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