My (virtual) week in Ireland

A few weeks ago I was lucky to spend time with my dear Irish friends and colleagues. On Monday, April 12th I got a notice that my book review of Blended and Online Learning for Global Citizenship: New Technologies and Opportunities for Intercultural Education was published in Irish Educational Studies.

Then, I trotted off to Munster Technological University on Wednesday, April 14th for #GastaGoesGlobal, One Year Later. You can check out the entire recording here:

Finally, I popped over to NUI Galway on Friday, April 16th in the early morning (my time) to meet with the lovely folks in the Teaching Online course with the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT). We had a nice informal chat and I shared some of my experiences and resources for teaching online.

I’ll be headed back on Saturday, May 15th for #ICTEDU! Registration is open, so please click through and join us!

In the meantime, I’ll be continuing to perfect my Gaeilge. I took an adult learning course through the Two Rivers Gaelic League this winter and I’m working my way through (and beyond) Dia duit, Is mise Leigh. Cad é mar atá tu?

Slán go fóill!