ONE OF OUR goals in the creative multimedia programme at Tipperary Institute is to meet inspirational people. Doing that well means achieving two underlying goals. First, we want to meet creatives who might be in a position to give advice to the teaching staff about the quality of third year projects, availability of meaningful work placement and the possibility of evaluations for academic work completed by students in the BSc programme. During this Thanksgiving weekend, I want to share my gratitude to Roseanne Smith, Sabrina Dent, Martha Rotter, Ken McGuire, Pat Phelan, James Corbett, Brendan Hughes and Tim Kirby. Inputs from each of these people have helped the senior lecturer team in Tipperary Institute develop the BSc curriculum along a flight path that ensures a perfect touchdown in Irelaand's creative multimedia industry. If I had the budget for a Mount Juliet tweet-up, I would love to accommodate that crew and their guests for an immersive weekend on the grounds of a place where I have absorbed some of the most invigorating ideas as a curriculum planner. But since this is a recessionary period, my blog post of thanks is as far as I can offer.
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