Ireland’s Higher Education Technical Infrastructure: A Review of Current Context, with Implications for Teaching and Learning Enhancement

Ireland's Higher Education Technical Infrastructure: A Review of Current Context

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National Forum

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Teaching & Learning

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Accessibility & Inclusion, Digital Learning, National Forum Publications, T&L Practice

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CC BY

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Keywords

digital, Infrastriucture, Review, Technological

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Ireland’s Higher Education Technical Infrastructure: A Review of Current Context, with Implications for Teaching and Learning Enhancement

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This report provides a detailed snapshot of the current state-of-play of the technology infrastructure which supports teaching and learning in Irish higher education. The review seeks to enhance and inform the work of the National Forum in assisting Irish higher education institutions in their efforts to achieve a coherent digital future.

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