Adrian O'Connor
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ORGANIZATIONUniversity of Limerick
PROFESSIONLecturer in Technology Education
COUNTRYIreland

Dr Adrian O’Connor is a Lecturer of Technology Education within the School of Education, Faculty of Education and Health Sciences, University of Limerick, Ireland. His lecturing in Initial Teacher Education (ITE) includes Subject Pedagogics in Engineering Technology and Design and Communication Graphics. He is also Chief Information Officer of the Technology Education Research Group (TERG).

RESEARCH INTERESTS
technology-mediated communication, ict-supported learning environments, online, blended and flexible learning, collaborative learning


ADRIAN O'CONNOR'S PROJECTS

Supporting Discourse using Technology-Mediated Communication: The Community of Inquiry Model in Second Level Education with Niall Seery, Donal Canty
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