Voices from the Disciplines
Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) Online ExamsElectronic & Electrical Engineering
Dr. Enda Bates, Assistant Professor and deputy director of the Music and Media Technologies programme, talks about his experience of using multiple choice question (MCQ) online exams within a module on Spatial Audio.
Open Book AssignmentsPharmacy
Dr. Cicely Roche is an Associate Professor in practice of Pharmacy and co-ordinator of online modules completed by students when on experiential placement in the final 2 years of the MPharm programme in Trinity College Dublin.
Online Trading GameTrinity School of Business
Dr. Martha O Hagan Luff is an Associate Professor in the Trinity Business School. Here she talks about her experience of setting up an Online trading game as part of the BU7803 Investment Theory for the MSc in Law and Finance class.
Combined AssessmentPsychiatry, TTMI and TCIN PI
Dr Daniela Tropea is an Associate Professor in Molecular Psychiatry in the Department of Psychiatry, Trinity Translational Medicine Institute (TTMI) and Trinity Institute of Neurosciences (TCIN). Here she talks about combined assessment as part of the PRU33002 in BSc in Human Health and Disease.
One-Minute Elevator Pitch Video Assignment (Presentation)Tangent, Trinity’s Ideas Workspace in Trinity College Dublin.
Allyson Lambert is a creativity and innovation specialist, coach and a Programme Coordinator with Tangent, Trinity’s Ideas Workspace in Trinity College Dublin. Here she talks about her experience of using a one-minute elevator pitch video assignment (presentation) within a module on ‘Opportunity Generation and Recognition’ as part of the Postgraduate Certificate in Creative Thinking, Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Engineering Summative Assessment OnlineMechanical, Manufacturing & Biomedical Engineering
Prof Ciaran Simms is a Professor in Biomechanics in the Department of Mechanical, Manufacturing & Biomedical Engineering. Here he talks about his experience of using summative assessment online as part of the 3rd year Mechanics of Machines and 4th year Multibody Dynamics.
Audiovisual Animation ToolsPhysiology and TCIN
Dr Eric Downer is an Associate Professor in Human Health and Disease in the department of Physiology. Here he talks about his experience of using audiovisual animation tools in a Human Developmental Embryology module as part of the BSc in Human Health and Disease.
Presentations in Digital LearningFrench
Dr Niall Kennedy is a teaching fellow in the department of French. Here he talks about his experience of using presentations in digital learning as part of the SF Political Thought in France, the
SF Modern French Literature and the SF Linguistics 1.
Administering OSCEs onlineClinical Speech and Language Studies
Dr Duana Quigley and Dr Julie Regan, Practice Education Coordinator & Assistant Professor in Speech and Language Pathology. Here they talk about their experience of Administering OSCEs online in an undergraduate speech and language therapy programme.
Using comparison to build skills and support students’ self-regulated learningTrinity Business School
Prof Martin Fellenz is an Associate Professor in the Trinity Business School. Here he talks about an assessment approach that leverages the individual work done by students as part of a larger group project to help them develop important skills in self-generating feedback and in providing and receiving peer feedback.
Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)ProjectRadiation Therapy
Dr Anita O Donovan is an Assistant Professor in the department of Radiation Therapy. Here she talks about an Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) Project as part of the final year RTU44003 module in the BSc in Radiation Therapy.
Blogs as an assessment methodGeography
Dr Cian O Callaghan is an Assistant Professor in the department of Geography. Here he talks about using blogs as an assessment method for his third year students in the Urban Economic Structure and Regeneration module.