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Student Success Toolbox
for Flexible Learners:
Supporting Transitions from
Thinking About Study to the
First Weeks
Project Plan
studentsuccess.ie
• Phase 2 Methodology
–Analysis of Literature: Systematic
Review (Torraco [2005], Boote and Beile
[2005], EPPI-Centre [201...
Analysis of Literature &
Analysis of Existing Tools
Analysis of Literature &
Analysis of Existing Tools
Analysis of Literature &
Analysis of Existing Tools
Analysis of Literature &
Analysis of Existing Tools
The Toolbox
• Evaluation Framework (IEF) for teaching and
learning projects*
– Reach (generation and dissemination of project
outputs)...
Top Three Benefits
1. Openly available suite of readiness
tools with guide
2. Positive impact on flexible learner
transiti...
Student Success Project Team
Dr James Brunton (DCU), Prof Mark Brown (DCU), Ann Cleary (DKIT), Dr Eamon Costello (DCU),
Lo...
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Student Success Toolbox for Flexible Learners: Supporting Transitions from Thinking About Study to the First Weeks

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Presentation at National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Review Day for 2014 Projects, Dublin, 23rd June, 2015.

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Student Success Toolbox for Flexible Learners: Supporting Transitions from Thinking About Study to the First Weeks

  1. 1. Student Success Toolbox for Flexible Learners: Supporting Transitions from Thinking About Study to the First Weeks
  2. 2. Project Plan
  3. 3. studentsuccess.ie
  4. 4. • Phase 2 Methodology –Analysis of Literature: Systematic Review (Torraco [2005], Boote and Beile [2005], EPPI-Centre [2010]) –Analysis of Existing Tools: Intensive search of institution websites Analysis of Literature & Analysis of Existing Tools
  5. 5. Analysis of Literature & Analysis of Existing Tools Analysis of Literature & Analysis of Existing Tools
  6. 6. Analysis of Literature & Analysis of Existing Tools
  7. 7. Analysis of Literature & Analysis of Existing Tools
  8. 8. The Toolbox
  9. 9. • Evaluation Framework (IEF) for teaching and learning projects* – Reach (generation and dissemination of project outputs). – Impact on teaching practice – Impact on learners – Impact on the project teams themselves • International Advisor – Prof Terry Anderson *Weir, K. (2014). Enhancing tertiary teaching and learning through Ako Aotearoa-funded project work: Part 1. Collated results of Impact Evaluation Framework conversations about National Project Fund projects completed from November 2009 to November 2013. Wellington: Ako Aotearoa National Impact
  10. 10. Top Three Benefits 1. Openly available suite of readiness tools with guide 2. Positive impact on flexible learner transition into HE 3. Aid in the fostering of a culture that fully embraces digital learning and digital innovation. National Impact
  11. 11. Student Success Project Team Dr James Brunton (DCU), Prof Mark Brown (DCU), Ann Cleary (DKIT), Dr Eamon Costello (DCU), Lorraine Delaney (DCU), Seamus Fox (DCU), Jennifer Gilligan (IT Sligo), Nuala Lonergan (DCU), Brian Mulligan (IT Sligo), Lisa O’Regan (MU), Jamie Ward (DKIT)

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