Action 1.4

1.4: Create opportunities for students to be co-creators of and partners in curriculum design and development to maximise their learning.

1.4: Create opportunities for students to be co-creators of and partners in curriculum design and development to maximise their learning.

Team

  1. John O'Halloran (Chair and Academic Lead)

  2. Catherine O'Mahony, CIRTL (Administrative Lead)

  3. Edmond Byrne, Chair of Process & Chemical Engineering

  4. Stephen Byrne, Dean of Undergraduate Studies

  5. Emma Connolly, International Office

  6. Sally Cudmore, Alimentary Pharmabotic Centre

  7. Anne Marie Cooney, Deputy President & Registrar’s Office

  8. Armida de la Garza, Digital Humanities

  9. Aaron Frahill, Education Officer, Students Union

  10. Martin Galvin, Community Engagement

  11. Maria Kirrane, Sustainability Officer

  12. Karl Kitching, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Unit

  13. Christopher Lynch, Restorative Dentistry

  14. John McNulty, Director of Academic Services

  15. Mary McNulty, Career Services

  16. Mike Murphy, Management and Marketing

  17. Rory O’Donnell, Postgraduate Student Officer, Students Union

  18. Séamus Ó Tuama, Adult Continuing Education

Outcome

Case studies of good practice in Connected Curriculum alignment from all 4 Colleges and ACE.

Current Status

Case studies have been collected and developed into a series of vignettes

Timelines & Targets

April - July 2019 – case studies represent 4 Colleges and ACE

Expected Completion Date

July 2019

Comment

Feedback welcome. Please contact catherine.omahony@ucc.ie 

Deputy President & Registrar

First Floor, West Wing, Main Quadrangle, UCC, T12 YN60

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