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  • This exercise is designed to stimulate active learning of the main features of our current understanding of the evolutionary process by solving the question of the taxonomic status of trout in Ireland.
    To log-in:
    Your log-in name will be your UCD connections name and password. It should then ask you to create a profile. To join BIOL 10100 you need to use the enrolment key given to you in Blackboard. Once you have enrolled you will be assigned to your group. If you have difficulty please contact Dr Tommy Gallagher.
    Self enrolment: Biol-10100 Biology - Diversity of Life
  • The Graduate Certificate in World Heritage Conservation is designed to equip you with current thinking and professional understanding of the UNESCO World Heritage Convention. This is one of the first courses of its kind in the world and it will introduce you to the science that underpins the practice of heritage conservation.
    Self enrolment: Certificate in World Heritage Conservation
  • This module is designed to introduce and develop a range of geographical skills. Active engagement in classes and the completion of a range of exercises is expected.

    To enrol all you have to do is login using your UCD Connect login and password. You will be asked to create and save a profile.

    Self enrolment: Geographical Research Techniques
  • This module draws on three contemporary case studies to introduce you to key themes in human geography and to develop your understanding of these themes.

    To enrol all you have to do is login using your UCD Connect login and password. You will be asked to create a profile. Once you have completed your profile, you are fully enrolled and will be assigned to a group within 24 hours.

  • Cultural Geography

    Self enrolment: Cultural Geography
  • This module will introduce you to cities and their geography. It is designed as an introduction and so we will explore the city with a variety of perspectives which will include both historical and contemporary. This has the aim of developing your understanding of how various forces and processes come together to create the living entity that is a city. You will also explore how the legacy of history affects how cities must respond to the contemporary world.The focus of the module will largely, but not exclusively, be on the urban systems of Europe and North America. As you develop your knowledge and skills you will find yourself moving from description towards analysis and from a perspective the focuses on the particular to one that understands matters in their comparative context. While there will be formal lectures, an important element of this module will be group work. In these groups you will explore the main topics of the module and working with real data you will develop your skills. These groups are the focus of assessment of the module.Extensive use is made of electronic resources. No special computer skills are needed, just a basic familiarity with computers and a willingness to use them.
  • This module draws on a number of publicly reported case studies pertaining to the heath service. To introduce you to key themes in leadership, group work and case analysis and to afford you the opportunity to engage in these activities, you are required to participate in discussion group activities and present your findings on a particular case during this term.

    To enrol all you have to do is login using your UCD Connect login and password. You will be asked to create a profile. To join these groups you must be registered to one of the following modules NMHS 41590, or NMHS 40780 or NURS 40780. You then need to use the password given to you by Dr. Casey Module Coordinator. Once you have done this and completed your profile, you are fully enrolled and will be assigned to a group at the start of term. smile
    Self enrolment: Leadership
  • Test Module for the Business school - Audrey Dempsey

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