AUTHOR DAVID GLUCKMAN visits the Clonmel campus for a lunchtime talk on Tuesday, February 27, 2018. The free event takes place in the Clonmel campus with an audience of clever creative students and local businesses.
HUNDREDS OF THIRD LEVEL students in Ireland have started a month-long step challenge by joining together in small teams to record the highest number of steps together. We will update this page throughout the month of March 2018, helping to surface some of the initiative shown by LIT sports management students who are taking part in the programme.
WE'RE TWO MONTHS AWAY from the 2018 ICT in Education Conference and have started sketching concept art in support of the event. Three separate sketches have earned more than 4000 views each after we uploaded them on Flickr for community commentary. One of the sketches will become the official logo of the 2018 annual conference.
Creative media student Adam Aranowski offers his brief interpretation of the top three images through a 30-second enhance podcast that explains what he sees in each of the images. Based on crowd affirmations, the best images were produced by Emer Hyde, Shannon Egan, and Diana Matos.
I HAVE BEEN CREATING a few shareable audio episodes while using my mobile phone and the Spreaker app. Today, I'm sharing the advantages and workflow with colleagues during a staff training session in the Limerick Institute of Technology. I'm taking colleagues into two accounts, one for Pen & Pixel and another called "Making, Creating, and Sharing".
ONE OF THE BEST features of teaching at third level is getting a new perspective on important thoughts. Today, I saw a perspective of The Holos as shared by Robert Irvine during an Emerging Trends module in the Limerick Institute of Technology.
MY MOBILE DATA PLAN verifies that I am viewing more photos and videos online than ever before. And I train clever students who produce even more multimedia for everyone to consume. Look at these numbers:
LIKE MANY who are cajoled to publish and share, I've conducted part of my professional life using assets from the internet's pirate queen, Alexandra Elbakyan.  That's because I can't afford to access the vast libraries of academic research behind extortionate paywalls.