Selected Publications

2015

Lynch R, Mallon B, Connolly C.  2015.  The Pedagogical Application of Alternate Reality Games: using Game-Based Learning to Revisit History. International Journal of Game-Based Learning, 5(2), p18-38. 

2014

Lynch R, Mallon B, Connolly C.  2014.  Revisiting History: Lessons from Plunkett’s Pages, A Case Study of the 1916 Easter Rising Alternative Reality Game. 45th International Simulation and Gaming Association (ISAGA), Dornbirn, Austria.

Lynch R, Mallon B, Connolly C.  2014.  Revisiting History: Using Alternative Reality Games to Tell a Century-Old Tale. 8th European Conference on Game-based Learning (ECGBL), Berlin, Germany. 

Lynch R, Mallon B, Connolly C.  2014.  Investigating the value of Alternate Reality Games as a Game Based Learning tool: an examination of Plunkett’s Pages, the 1916 Easter Rising ARG. 4th Annual Irish Game Based Learning (iGBL) Symposium.

Lynch R, Mallon B, Connolly C.  2014.  ‘Retelling Century-­Old Tales: Insights into the creation of Plunkett’s Pages, the 1916 Easter Rising Alternate Reality Game’, Games Fleadh, Limerick IT, Thurles Campus, Ireland.

2013

Lynch R, Mallon B, Connolly C.  2013.  ‘Alternate Reality Gaming Workshop’, 44th International Simulation and Gaming Association (ISAGA) Conference, Stockholm, Sweden.

Lynch R, Mallon B, Connolly C.  2013.  Blurring Fact And Fiction In The Present And In The Past: Converging History With Digital Storytelling To Engage Students In Easter 1916. 3rd Annual Irish Game Based Learning (iGBL) Symposium.

Lynch R, Mallon B, Connolly C.  2013.  Designing, Playing And Assessing Plunkett’s Pages: A Case Study Of The 1916 Alternate Reality Game. Computers in Education Society of Ireland (CESI).

2011

Marsden N, Connolly C.  2011.   Pedagagical Patterns for Computer-Mediated Communication. Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference e-Learning . II:pp.27-32.

 2010

Moore, S., Neville, C., Murphy, M., and Connolly, C. (2009) “The Essential Study Skills Handbook” Open University Press, London

Gubbins C, Murphy E, Cooke M, Garavan T, Connolly C.  2010.  The nature of manufacturing task Competences and the impact on learning effectiveness and Workplace performance. Eleventh International Conference on HRD Research and Practice Across Europe.

Connolly C, Glynn M, Thorn R, Murphy E.  2010.  A Technology for Flexible Learning Provision at the Institutes of Technology, Ireland. EduLearn 2010, Barcelona 2010.

Connolly, C., Gubbins C., Murphy, E., (2010) “ Non-Cognitive Influences on Trainee Learning within the Manufacturing Industry” IEEE Transforming Engineering Education: Creating Interdisciplinary Skills for Complex Global Environments, Dublin, Ireland

2009

Connolly, C., Thorn, R., Glynn, M., Cleary, B., Murphy, E. (2009) “Using Technology to Improve the Student Experience at higher Education – The IOTI Flexible Learning Portal” Irish Learning Technology Association EdTech2009 Conference, National College of Ireland, Dublin.

2008

Connolly, C., Murphy, E. and Moore, S. (2008) “Undergraduate Computing Students and Programming Anxiety – A Key in the Retention Debate? IEEE Transactions in Education, Special Issue on Microelectronics, Vol. 51, No. 4

Connolly, C., Murphy, E. and Moore, S. (2008) “An Intervention Strategy for Undergraduate Computer Programming Students to Alleviate Programming Anxiety” Journal of Instruction Delivery Systems (JIDS), Vol. 21, No. 3.

Connolly, C., Murphy, E. and Moore, S. (2008) “Adults Learning Computer Programming, Pedagogical Understanding and the Role of Anxiety”, in Aung, W. et al. (eds), Innovations 2008 – Special Edition, World Innovations in Engineering Education and Research, VA: Begell House.

2007

Connolly, C., Murphy, E. and Moore, S. (2007) “Second Chance Learners, Supporting Adults Learning Computer Programming” Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Education 2007, Coimbra, Portugal.

2006

Connolly, C., Murphy, E. and Moore, S. (2006) “A Strategy to Increase Student Participation and Investigate the Effect on Retention Rates on Computing Courses”, in Aung, W. et al. (eds), Innovations 2006 – Special Edition, World Innovations in Engineering Education and Research, VA: Begell House.

Connolly, C., Murphy, E. and Moore, S. (2006) “A Contextualised Social Learning Program to Assist Undergraduate Computing Students” 7th Annual Higher Education Academy Subject Network for Information Computer Science Conference, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.

Connolly, C., Murphy, E. and Moore, S. (2006) “The Application Of APOS Theory In Teaching Computing In Higher Education” Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Education 2006, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Connolly, C., Murphy, E. and Moore, S. (2006) “An Innovative Approach to Teaching Computer Programming to Undergraduate Computing Student Based on Lonergan’s Theory” Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Education 2006, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Connolly, C., Murphy, E. and Moore, S. (2006) “A Study Of The Prevalence Of Computer Anxiety Amongst Undergraduate Computing Students” The Challenge of Diversity: Teaching, Support and Student Learning Conference, NUI Galway, Ireland.

Connolly, C., Murphy, E. and Moore, S. (2006) “An Innovative Approach To Improving Problem Solving Skills Among Computing Students” Irish Learning Technology Association EdTech2006 Conference, Sligo Institute of Technology, Ireland.

2005

Connolly, C. and Murphy, E. (2005) “Retention Initiatives For ICT Based Courses”, IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, Indianapolis, USA.

Connolly, C. and Murphy, E. (2005) “Increasing the Number of Female Students and Participation in Engineering Courses” Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Education 2005, Gliwice, Poland.

Connolly, C. and Murphy, E. (2005) “Increasing Retention Rates and Student Participation on Computer Engineering Courses” Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Education 2005, Gliwice, Poland.

Connolly, C. and Murphy, E. (2005) “Should We Be Focusing On Retention Of Computing Students At Third Level, Rather Than Recruitment?” 10th DOSME Annual Conference, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Institute of Education, Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Brunei.

2002

Connolly, C. and McGrath, S. (2002) “An Overview of Wireless LAN Architecture at Layer 2”, Annual Conference on Information Technology and Telecommunications, Waterford IT, Ireland.

Connolly, C. (2002), “Scanning our Past from Ireland, The Transatlantic Cable” Proceedings of the IEEE, 90(4)

2001

IST-1999-11719 HARMONICS Deliverable D412, “HiperLAN/2 DLC Layer Design and Implementation for QoS in IP”, (2001) Information Society Technology (IST) Programme

Connolly, C. (2001); “Telecommunication History in Ireland. The Transatlantic Cable – An Irish Perspective”, IEEE Conference on the History of Telecommunications 2001, St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada.

Connolly, C. and McGrath, S. (2001) “IP Quality of Service and HiperLAN/2 DLC”; The 5th World Multi-Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics 2001, Florida, USA.

Connolly, C., McGrath, S., Skehill, R. and Nelson, J. (2001) “Supporting QoS for IP in HiperLAN/2”, Irish Signals and Systems Conference 2001, NUI Maynooth, Ireland.

2000

IST-1999-11719 HARMONICS Deliverable D411, “HiperLAN/2 Specifications and Requirements for QoS enabled IP, including Interfaces” (2000), Information Society Technology (IST) Programme.

 

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