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David Stifter, wearing vibrant purple gloves, sits at a bench in the Russel Library and reads a book

Chronologicon Hibernicum 2015‒2021

At the end of April 2021, the research project Chronologicon Hibernicum (ChronHib), funded since 2015 by a European Research Council Consolidator Grant, came to a close. Working with an international team of experts, Prof. David Stifter has conducted ground-breaking research on linguistic variation in the Old Irish period.

Thursday, 27 May 2021

launch of the Women in Global Music (WIGM) Research and Industry Network

Registration is open now for the online launch of the Women in Global Music (WIGM) Research and Industry Network

Thursday, 27 May 2021

Adult Ed_Lilian Nwanze_Reserach Week Winner

Webinar 9th June, Becoming an Anti-Racist Adult Education Practitioner

Exciting webinar with our own Lilian Nwanze in conversation with the highly esteemed Professor Stephen Brookfield.

Wednesday, 26 May 2021

German - Florian Krobb - Maynooth University

New Publication: Ireland 1913

Congratulations to Professor Florian Krobb on his recent publication entitled Ireland 1913 translated and edited by Leesa Wheatley and Florian Krobb.

Wednesday, 26 May 2021

German - Arnd Witte - Maynooth University

New Publication: Rethinking Intercultural Competence: Theoretical Challenges and Practical Issues

Congratulations to Professor Arnd Witte of the School of Modern Languages on his new publication entitled: Rethinking Intercultural Competence: Theoretical Challenges and Practical Issues, edited by Arnd Witte and Theo Harden.

Tuesday, 25 May 2021

Role of Citizens in the Development of Smart Cities: Benefit of Citizen’s Feedback for Improving Quality of Service

This paper provides a detailed discussion on the role of the citizen in the development of smart city services.

Friday, 21 May 2021

Dr. Nicola Mountord receives Maynooth University Teaching Award

These awards aim to acknowledge the efforts of outstanding individuals or teams that contribute to excellence and innovation in teaching and learning across Maynooth University and enhance student learning.

Friday, 21 May 2021

New Remote Membership in MW Business Innovation Centre

Flexible workspace and supports for remote working entrepreneurs

Thursday, 20 May 2021

Migration Culture - A Comparative Perspective

Why are some societies more mobile and characterized by more deeply-rooted migration traditions than others?

Wednesday, 19 May 2021

Approaches to Analysis of Qualitative Research Data: A Reflection on the Manual and Technological Approaches

Dr Michael Hayden, Assistant Professor of Accounting, has just published an article titled Approaches to Analysis of Qualitative Research Data: A Reflection on the Manual and Technological Approaches with co-authors Dr Ruth Mattimoe and Dr Brid Murphy from Dublin City University, and Professor Joan Ballantine from Ulster University in the Accounting, Finance & Governance Review Journal. The paper provides reflective and critical insights into the experiences of two PhD qualitative studies which adopted different approaches to data analysis. We consider the motivations, challenges and benefits of choosing either a technological (NVivo) or manual approach to qualitative data analysis. The paper contributes to the limited literature which has explored the comparative experiences of those undertaking qualitative data analysis using different approaches. It aims to add insights into how researchers conduct qualitative data analysis using different approaches and the lessons learnt.

Tuesday, 18 May 2021

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