Has learning and teaching become more of a priority in recent years in Ireland and if so, why?
With nearly 40 per cent of Europeans aged 30-34 now holding tertiary qualifications, universities have their work cut out delivering good learner-paced education to increasingly large and diverse populations.


This fourth interview on learning and teaching practice is with Grace Neville, Emeritus Professor at University College Cork and recipient of the French Légion d’Honneur for her work developing and supporting innovation in teaching practices. Grace will chair the closing plenary session capturing the outcomes and next steps after the European University Association’s Learning and Teaching Forum later this week.

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