|Croke, Miriam J (2023)
||First-generation Migrant Student Experiences in Higher Education Spaces in Ireland.
|Dowling, Elizabeth (2022)
||There are so many moving parts. Epistemologies in physiotherapy: An exploration of disconnection.
|Wilson, Niamh (2022)
||Thinking Together: A feminist collaborative inquiry into pedagogical approaches for domestic violence work in Ireland.
|Conroy, Maeve (2021)
||Practice, Interrupted Narratively exploring a pedagogy for leadership development with emphasis on knowledge and power.
|McSweeney, Daniel (2021)
||Speaking into the Abyss: An Exploratory Study of Academics’ Use of Educational Technology and its Impact on Practice.
|Gallery, Richard (2021)
|| A Qualitative Study into the Impact of Outcomes Based Education on Engineering Educators and Engineering Education in the Technical Higher Education Sector in Ireland.
|Russell, Michael Patrick (2021)
||Privileging Tacit Knowledge within a Software Engineering Curriculum: A Living Educational Theory of Practice.
|Sarah, Meaney Sartori (2020)
||‘Education will set you free?’ – A creative exploration of the experience of educational exclusion, from the perspective of prisoners and youth.
|McPartland, Eileen (2020)
|| A Journey of Enquiry: a historical, legal and economic analysis of further education in Ireland from 1800 to 2020.
|Noonan, Gina (2020)
||‘Restor(y)ing their position in the spotlight, please welcome back on stage… Postgraduate Students who teach… or Graduate Teaching Assistants... or Teaching Postgrads… or…’.
|Darby, Fionnuala (2020)
Belonging on Campus: An exploratory study of the continuities, the contradictions and the consequences for Black and Minority Ethnic students in higher education.
|Watson, Chanel Louise (2020)
|| PRESCRIPTION FOR CARE? An exploration of the experiences of nurse and midwife prescribers in the maternity setting.
|Homan, Eoin (2020)
||The Engineer in Society: an exploration of the treatment of ethics in engineering education and practice.
|Finn, Winifred Josephine Marian (2019)
||Re-cognising RPL – A Deleuzian enquiry into policy and practice of Recognition of Prior Learning.
|Madden, Siobhan (2017)
||The mermaids dive for freedom: Voices of feminist community activists plunging through neoliberal times
|Hegarty, Ann (2017)
||Masculinity, fathers and family literacy: Glimpses behind the ‘hard-man’ front.
|Condon, John (2017)
||The Experience of Migrant Students in an Irish Second Level School.
|Dillon, Eilish (2017)
||How Critical is Talk? Discourses of Development Education among Facilitators in Ireland.
|De Brún, Christa (2016)
||Teaching for Thinking: an action research inquiry into the Pedagogical potential of modern literature to foster critical thinking and facilitate critical consciousness in third level students.
|Fitzsimons, Camilla (2015)
||Re-Kindling Community Education in Neoliberal times.
|Harvey, Gerry (2015)
||The Evolving Model of School Self-Evaluation in Ireland: How a Person’s Perception of Purpose and Power Determines Practice.