The first TU Dublin local learning circle for 2021/2 was held on 10 September. The participating...Read More
Last week, the members of the CIRCLET consortium came together digitally to kickstart the last...Read More
At the beginning of Summer, from 28th of June until 2th of July, the Living Knowledge Online Festival took place. Some of the members of the CIRCLET Consortium participated during this online festival, sharing their insights concerning community engagement.Read More
by Catherine Bates, Peter Manifold, Sinead McCann – TU Dublin We’d like to share our tips for how...Read More
Hello! I am Isaac Ellis, and I am currently completing my master’s degree in maths and...Read More
Want to be part of our CIRCLET-community in 2021-2022? Read the call, check the essential info and register now! Curious but not sure if it’s for you? Don’t forget to check our testimonials and watch our video!Read More
Catherine: “Engaging and getting feedback from colleagues from other disciplines is most beneficial.” Catherine Gorman is Senior Lecturer, School of Hospitality Management and Tourism and she joined the TU Dublin learning circle, and the International Learning Circle, in 2020-2021.Read More
Today we talk to Orsi, PhD student at Corvinus University of Budapest, who joined the online module in 2020-2021. Orsolya: “Up until the module I had only been aware of the NGO perspective and the module allowed me to see different ones as well and thus have a more comprehensive picture of the whole process.”Read More
This presentation was recorded for the Living Knowledge Festival in 2021.
CIRCLET unites the skills and experiences of 5 European universities to support academic staff to embed community engaged research and learning in their modules, enhanced by educational technology.