The toolkit is a set of 8 modules, delivered and accessible asynchronously, online, incorporating elements of information literacy, critical thinking and academic writing skills to allow students prepare for and complete an assignment in line with best practice in academic integrity.
Recording of National Forum Seminar December 2021 with Lee O Farrell, UCD; Mary Loftus, IT Sligo; and, Prof James Pickering & Dr Bronwen Swinnerton, University of Leeds (UK), chaired by Damien Raftery, IT Carlow
Drawing on this knowledge, and expertise in occupational science/therapy, psychology and neuroscience, the ‘DOTS – Developmental Opportunities for Transitions in Students’ seminar sought to inform stakeholders of the biobehavioural transitions that influence undergraduate wellbeing and academic achievement in the current socio-cultural climate.
This National Forum Insight examines the concept of ‘Agile Curriculum’, emerging in tandem with changing modes of engagement with higher education.
This Forum Insight focuses on the national Open Courses initiative, established by the National Forum and sectoral colleagues in 2017.
PaPOR TRaIL is a free course on open research for Masters level and undergraduate students. It is a self-paced online course that students can
take independently and/or that can be embedded in exiting research curricula.