- Dr Morag Munro: Maynooth University EDTL Project Lead
- Dr Andreas D. Boldt: Maynooth University Student Digital Skills Officer
- Robyn Meyler: Maynooth University EDTL Project Intern, Faculty of Social Sciences
- Michaela Waters: Maynooth University EDTL Project Intern, EDTL project
- Chris Abraham: Maynooth University EDTL Project Intern, Faculty of Science & Engineering
- Aishling Gillen: Maynooth University EDTL Project Intern, Faculty of Social Sciences
- Katharina Kurz: Maynooth University EDTL Project Intern, Faculty of Arts, Celtic Studies & Philosophy
- MU EDTL Student-Staff Advisory Group
Dr Morag Munro is the Maynooth University Project Lead for the IUA Enhancing Digital Teaching and Learning Project and lecturer on Maynooth’s postgraduate diploma programme in HE Teaching, Learning and Assessment. Previous to her current role, Morag was Educational Technology Officer in the Centre for Teaching and Learning at Maynooth, where she provided support and guidance to staff in relation to digital technologies, learning, teaching and assessment, and co-ordinated and contributed to various learning and teaching development projects. Prior to joining Maynooth, Morag worked at Dublin City University in roles as Head of the Learning Innovation Unit and Learning Technologist, and at the University of Strathclyde as a Learning Technologist. She also spent some time working in instructional design and project management in the commercial e‐learning sector. Morag holds a BEng in Chemical Engineering and an MSc in Energy Systems and Environment from the University of Strathclyde. Her Doctoral studies were completed at the University of Glasgow, and focused around a critical discourse analysis of neoliberal constructions of learning technologies in Higher Education. Morag’s research interests include developing critical perspectives on educational technologies; design of inclusive curriculum and learning environments; critical discourse analysis of education policy; and promoting education for inclusivity, global citizenship and sustainability.
Dr Andreas D. Boldt is the Maynooth University Student Digital Skills Officer for the IUA Enhancing Digital Teaching and Learning Project. Previous to his current role, he taught with the German Department and worked with the Student Support Team in IT Services. He is a self-directed enthusiastic educator with a passionate commitment to student development. His teaching style is one of supporting and encouraging all learning styles, to find a method that is most beneficial to each individual. In 2011 Andreas completed his PGDHE with a study on how he could enhance his teaching to encourage class participation and thus, improving the overall learning experience.
Robyn is a final year International Business Student in Maynooth University.
She is working with the School of Business in Maynooth to promote student engagement with relevant news and academic sources. Robyn is passionate about promoting positive mental health for students and is an active student crisis helpline volunteer.
Michaela is currently studying Business and Accounting in Maynooth University and is highly interested in student representation. She is active in Maynooth’s Student’s Union and enjoys volunteering at events. She is passionate about student engagement and wishes to empower students while they are learning online.
Chris Abraham, Maynooth University EDTL Project Intern, EDTL project, Maynooth University Faculty of Science & Engineering
Katharina Kurz: Maynooth University EDTL Project Intern, Faculty of Arts, Celtic Studies & Philosophy
Nicole Carr (MSU Postgraduate Representative)
Eddie Corr (MSU Communications Manager)
Karla Doyle (Academic Representitive - 3rd Year Undergraduate English)
Susan Gottlöber (Lecturer - Philosophy)
Katharina Kurz (MU EDTL Intern)
Sabrina Marwede (Academic Representitive - 3rd Year Undergraduate Astrophysics)
Robyn Meyler (MU EDTL Intern)
Morag Munro (MU EDTL Project Lead)
Julian Nagi (MSU VP Education)
Michaela Waters (MU EDTL Intern)