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Understanding leadership in higher education as a tool for change in relation to gender
Leadership in Irish higher education remains something of a monoculture. This extends not just to age, gender and ethnicity but to discipline. In an attempt to identify, nurture, motivate and empower new leaders of all ...
Addressing Gender Inequality in Academia: The Role of Irish Funding Agencies
The endorsement by the Irish Higher Education Authority (HEA) of the Athena SWAN Charter as a means of stimulating change towards gender equality was a turning point in the formalisation of processes to address gender ...
Women beyond the Dáil: establishing local caucus for women councillors
(National Women's Council of Ireland, 2020-01)
Materializing the body of the actor: labour, memory, and storage
(Amsterdam University Press, 2020-10-08)
Actors, extras and models, engaged in scripted or staged performances, have featured prominently in artists’ film and video since the 1990s. But some artists have also used more specifically sculptural means to materialise ...
Delivering Library Services in a time of crisis; Technological Higher Education Association Libraries responding to COVID-19 from March – August 2020
(All Ireland Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (AISHE-J), 2020-10-31)
This paper presents the experience of eight Irish academic libraries from the Technological Higher Education Association (THEA) from March – August 2020 while delivering library services during the COVID-19 pandemic. It ...
Kismet: Hollywood, orientalism and the design language of Padraic Colum’s Mogu of the Desert
(Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, 2020-11)
The lure of the exotic ‘other’ was implicit from the early years of the Gate’s repertoire. In 1931 the Gate produced Padraic Colum’s Mogu of the Desert, designed by Micheál mac Liammóir and featuring a young Orson Welles. ...
Blended learning and perception of success: A case study of an adult literacy programme in Ireland
An understanding of how blended learning can impact adult learners perceived success can help inform policy initiatives and learning design, so they are more responsive to the needs of the learners. This study examined the ...
Private or public profile: Exploring the links between privacy status and trust on Instagram
There were an estimated 2.95 billion social media users in 2019 (Clement, 2020) and every user has at least one user profile. User profiles are important as an extended core self into the online world and they also contain ...
An analysis of the impact of microtransactions on an online gaming community
Gamer's have been protecting their own virtual worlds from change both in-game and from the publishers. As game publishers embrace the microtransaction business model, how does it impact the gamers, their community and ...
Can immersive technology over traditional photography greater influence the number of hazards identified in a healthcare sector residential facility, and as a result influence the perception of risk
The aim of this study was to explore whether Virtual Reality (VR) can support hazard identification training in a healthcare residential facility and whether VR evokes a sense of presence and as a result increase perceived ...