ndlrfest - NDLR

By: Ndlr  05/12/2011

View our video recordings of the NDLR Fest presentations below:

Session 1 -  Part 1 -  Ros Pan, Ellen Breen, Anne McSweeney, Mary Antonesa (UCD, DIT, DCU, NUIM)

Session 1 -  Part 2 - Michael Griffin, Yvonne Diggins, Zi Parker (UL)

Session 1 -  Part 3 - Aoife Ní Mhuirí, Karen McCreesh, Fiona Wilson, Cillian Condon, Shane Cronin (IT Tralee, UL, TCD, CIT)

Session 2 - Local Innovation Projects – Micro session overview of the 6 subject discipline areas on display

Session 3 -  Official launch of funding call for new projects 2011 Some new developments for the NDLR

Session 4 -Part 1 - Denise Lyons, Maria Kenneally, Sharon Phelan (ITB, AIT, IT Tralee)

Session 4 - Part 2 - Shane Cronin and Gearoid O’Suilleabhain, (CIT, IT Tralee , WIT)

Session 4 - Part 3 - Rose Cooper, Marian Fitzmaurice, Brian Bowe, Marion Palmer, Marian McCarthy, Declan Kennedy, Mark Glynn (ITT Dublin, DIT, IADT, UCC, IOTI Flexible Learning)

Session 5 -  Part 1 - Ciaran Mac An Bhaird, Ann O’Shea, Lisa O’Regan, Eabhat Ni Floinn, Damien Raftery (NUIM, DCU, IT Carlow)

Session 5 -  Part 2 - Liz Kingston, Evelyn Byrne, Eimear Bourke, Brid Breslin (UL, NUIG, Ennis General Hospital, HSE West)

Session 5 -  Part 3 - FASTER - Luke Fannon, Orlaith Kelly, Martin Meagher, Susan Brennan, Damien Raftery, Mario MacBlain, Denis McCarthy. Partners: AIT, IT Carlow, DKIT, CIMA

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