Lorraine Gallagher & Trevor Boland

Who’s Zoomin’ Who? – 13 – Lorraine Gallagher & Trevor Boland

In episode thirteen of Who’s Zoomin’ Who?  there are not just one but two guests featuring Lorraine Gallagher and Trevor Boland from AHEAD who talk about their recent series of webinars on the accessibility features of Word and PowerPoint, the AHEAD response to COVID-19, a look at what September 2020 might hold and some practical tips and pointers around UDL (Universal Design for Learning).

Ken McCarthy thought that the umming and ahhing would be after getting better by now and is still desperately trying to ask some sensible questions.

Sometimes funny, mostly serious, but hopefully entertaining.

Links:
https://ahead.ie/
LinkedIn:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorraine-gallagher-77912531/
https://www.linkedin.com/in/trevorboland/
Twitter:
@LoroGal
@BolandTrevor

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750 Words – June 2020

YOUR LAST MONTH
You started your words 30 out of 30 days
You completed 750 words every day. YOU ARE AWESOME!
You wrote 22,851 words
This month’s goal: stay gold!

EVERYONE ELSE LAST MONTH
There were 6,421 writers
They wrote a total of 65,363,108 words! WOAH
Of the 675 people who started the Monthly Challenge, 273 made it to the end (40%)
So far, 361 people have signed up for this month’s challenge.

YOUR 750 WORDS HISTORY
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You’ve written a total of 2,993,502 words

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Eamon Costello

Who’s Zoomin’ Who? – 12 – Eamon Costello

In episode twelve of Who’s Zoomin’ Who? Eamon Costello from DCU turns the tables somewhat and manages to ask Ken a question, talks about Springboard and DCU Connected, the challenges of assessment, the diversity of modern life, academic writing, sanctuary scholars and he even manages to mention Tipperary hurling.

Ken McCarthy is still umming and ahhing, trying to sound in some way intelligent and is still trying to ask some sensible questions.

Sometimes funny, mostly serious, but hopefully entertaining.

Links: https://www.dcu.ie/connected/index.shtml
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/eamoncostello/
Twitter: @eam0

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Tom O’Mara

Who’s Zoomin’ Who? – 11 – Tom O’Mara

In episode eleven of Who’s Zoomin’ Who?  Tom O’Mara from UCC talks about the lexicon of learning, the connected university, digital badges in UCC and the challenges of COVID-19.  Tom also looks forward to September and what the new academic year might hold while outlining some of the steps that they are taking in UCC to prepare for next semester.

Ken McCarthy is still using his new headset and it still doesn’t help with the umming and ahhing, but he is still trying to ask some sensible questions.

Sometimes funny, mostly serious, but hopefully entertaining.

Links: https://www.ucc.ie/en/digital-ed/digital-education/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tomomara1/
Twitter: @tomomara

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Carina Ginty

Who’s Zoomin’ Who? – 10 – Carina Ginty

In episode ten of Who’s Zoomin’ Who? Carina Ginty from GMIT talks about the iNote project and the recently launched DigitalEd learning environment which aims to equip CUA (Connacht Ulster Alliance) – GMIT, IT Sligo and LyIT staff with the necessary skills to teach online. Carina also reflects on the rapid move online and ponders on what the future might hold.

Ken McCarthy did get a new headset but doesn’t think it has helped with the umming and ahhing, and he is still trying to ask some sensible questions.

Sometimes funny, mostly serious, but hopefully entertaining.

Links: https://carinaginty.weebly.com/
DigitalEd: https://digitaled.ie/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carinaginty/
Twitter: @carinaginty

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