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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, ...
Networking industry and academia: evidence from FUSION projects in Ireland
Graduate development programmes such as FUSION continue to be seen by policymakers, higher education institutions and SMEs as a primary means of strengthening higher education-to-business links and in turn improving the ...
Using formative assessment to teach academic writing skills at Level 9
To ascertain student perceptions of the usefulness of formative assessment in the teaching and learning of academic writing skills at level 9.
The impact of e-commerce on the supply chain B2B in Ireland
The ability to redefine inter-firm relationships and processes, internetenabled and other Business to Business (B2B) mechanisms facilitate the integration and management of inter- or intra-organisational business processes ...
Utilising a minority language to develop brand identity: an evaluation of current practice using the Irish language
This article examines current practice in relation to the use of the Irish language for branding within the manufacturing and internationally traded services sector. lt identifies the motivations for the use of a minority ...
Approaches to small firm marketing: challenges and opportunities
(Cork Institute of Technology, 2009)
This paper explores approaches to marketing by small firms in Ireland. Specifically the research studies the experience of small firms based in Donegal. The objective of this study was to identify the usage levels and ...
Teaching academic writing skills at Level 9: An evaluation
This study is an evaluation of a level 9 academic writing skills module in the School of Business Studies, Letterkenny IT. A 5 credit writing module was offered to all masters students in support of their dissertations. ...