The following proposals have been submitted in response to the recent call for the Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund 2015.

Stage 1 of the review of the proposals submitted in response the call (T&L Fund 2015) is now complete. Proposal teams are now able to review their proposal outcome via the online interface:

To view details of this years call click here

Phase 1 Project Proposals:

Proposal ID

Project Title

Lead Partner


629 Enhancing Digital Literacies for Language Learning and Teaching University of Limerick  Abstract
633 Rex – Research Expertise Exchange Mary Immaculate College  Abstract
635 NurseNET – An online resource to build research and digital capacity amongst nurses and midwifes Dublin City University  Abstract
640 Online Professionalism for Interdisciplinary Health Education University College Dublin  Abstract
642 Learning skills Enhancement through Mentoring Trinity College


644 Irish Engineering Graduates Advancing Global Manufacturing Competitiveness: Design Simulation for the Process Industries University College Dublin  Abstract
645 Transformation Through Collaboration – Building Digital Literacy in HEIs University College Cork  Abstract
646 STEM identities: integrating learning and socialisation for students on STEM common entry courses through an online collaborative peer learning community Trinity College  Abstract
647 Digital Skills in Action IADT Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art Design and Technology  Abstract
648 Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) ePortfolio Roadshow GMIT  Abstract
649 Window on the World University College Cork  Abstract
650 The Geoscience e-Laboratory (Ge-LAB): Developing Digital Teaching and Learning Resources for the Virtual Microscope. University College Cork  Abstract
651 Enhancing Human Computer Interaction Design Education Dublin City University  Abstract
652 Technology-enhanced signature pedagogies in “clinical professional practice” in health and education University of Limerick  Abstract
653 Technology Enhanced Learning: What works and why? Dublin City University  Abstract
654 Take one step – TEL Week in the Shannon Consortium University of Limerick  Abstract
656 Digitally Enhanced Entrepreneurship Education & Learning Cork Institute of Technology


657 Street Law “a module to enhance the transferable skills of law students through a digitally resourced and digitally supported module in community legal education. Letterkenny Institute of Technology  Abstract
658 Creating Digital Professional Identities for Social Care Workers Institute of Technology Tralee  Abstract
659 Best Practice in assessment to enhance practical learning and employability skills in the Science and Health disciplines: A digital approach. Dundalk Institute of Technology  Abstract
660 Virtual Environments to Advance Graduate Employability Dublin City University


661 An ePortfolio strategy to enhance student learning, assessment and staff professional development Dublin Institute of Technology  Abstract