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Computing careers and Irish higher education: A labour market anomaly
(IP Publishing Ltd, 2007)
This paper explores the impact of developments in the Irish economy and labour market on computing course development in the Irish Higher Education (HE) sector. Extant computing courses change, or new courses are introduced, ...
Teaching a second language to Anglophones: evidence from Ireland
Evidence from the British academy indicates that the decline in modern language learning in the UK endangers the ability of the UK to compete with researchers who are more linguistically competent. Indeed this is a challenge ...
On the crest of a wave: Donegal and the Wild Atlantic Way.
(11th Annual Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference (THRIC), 2015)
The research explores what is the current service provision in a specific area on the “Wild Atlantic Way” (WAW) in County Donegal. The paper identifies those service providers that currently participate in the “visitor ...
Out with the new in with the old: revisiting the Grammar Translation Method in foreign language teaching
Didactic approaches to second language acquisition and strategies used at European higher education institutions may not be suitable for Anglophones (Catena and Stephens, 2010). Anglophones tend to have very little formal ...
Measuring business incubation outcomes: An Irish case study
(IP Publishing Ltd, 2012)
This paper examines the impact of business incubation on its participants (incubatees). The research presented enhances the conceptual framework of performance measures for business incubation proposed by Voisey et al ...