We’re connecting to presenters of the Irish Universities Association launch event from the ICDE World Conference on Online Learning in Dublin, Ireland. The onsite buddy for this conversation is Kate Molloy (@hey_km) who is part of the project team for a national project in Ireland run through the Irish Universities Association (IUA) Enhancing Digital Capacity in teaching and learning in the seven universities in Ireland. This project is being led nationally by Sharon Flynn (@sharonlflynn). The project launch is held at the end of the World Conference on Online Learning. We’ll chat with members of the project team and special guests.
Thursday, November 7th at 4:30 pm (Dublin time)
The virtual buddy for this conversation is Helen DeWaard @hj_dewaard and the onsite buddy is Kate Molloy (@hey_km). Onsite guests will include Sharon Flynn (@sharonlflynn), Morag Munro (@MunroMo), Vishwajeet Gain (@VishwajeetGain), and
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