As a lecturer in the Department of Biological Sciences in CIT, Jim will investigate using online alternatives to traditional handwritten laboratory reports. As Digital Champion, Jim wishes to make his student’s lab experience as ‘real life’ as possible, thereby emulating best industrial practice by writing and submitting their reports online. Watch Jim’s interview for more information.
Lecturing in Digital Marketing in CIT, Zahid Aslam will use online mindmapping software to deliver lectures to his students and when collaborating with other lecturers in his Institute. To lean more about the plans for his project, watch Zahid’s interview.
A Lecturer in the Department of Recreation and Leisure Management in CIT, Thomas will investigate the use of a number of apps developed to assist in sports coaching. By learning how to use these apps, Thomas’ students will be better equipped to advise their prospective clients performance and sporting technique. To learn more watch Thomas’ interview.
Anne Crowley lectures in CIT in the areas of business, IT and project management. Anne is investigating the use of screen casting as a tool to enhance student learning in a project management module she teaches. To hear more watch Anne’s interview on her plans as a Digital Champion.
Simon lectures in CITs Department of Computing in the area of web development and publishing. As Digital Champion, Simon will investigate using the Super Pro licence of CodePen, which will allow him to demonstrate live to his students how code is outputted online. Watch Simon’s interview to hear more about his project.
GoSoapBox is a web-based app which allows students to indicate to the lecturer in real time whether they are having difficulty understanding the lecture material. As a senior lecturer in Biological Sciences in CIT, and Digital Champion, Roy will investigate the true pedagogical benefit of GoSoapBox in the lecture theater. Watch Roy’s interview to learn more.