Student Success Toolbox Partners

The Student Success Toolbox project is supported by the National Forum for Teaching and Learning Building Digital Capacity fund. It is a collaborative project involving Dublin City University, Sligo Institute of Technology, Maynooth University and Dundalk Institute of Technology.

The National Forum for Teaching and Learning Enhancement

The National Forum for Teaching and Learning Enhancement has provided funding for the student success toolbox project and has enabled the following third level institutions and their experts in flexible learning to collaborate on this project.

Dublin City University (DCU)

DCU has provided third level courses to meet the requirements of flexible learners for the past thirty years. DCU continues to meet the changing needs of flexible learners through DCU Connected and DCU’s National Institute for Digital Learning. The project is being co-ordinated and led by Dr. James Brunton.

Sligo Institute of Technology (IT Sligo)

Sligo Institute of Technology has a large number of online programmes and is very experienced in supporting flexible learners. Mr. Brian Mulligan is leading the project at IT Sligo.

Maynooth University (NUIM)

Maynooth University has a long tradition of offering part-time and return to learning courses particularly through the Department of Adult and Community Education. Ms. Lisa O’Regan is leading the project at NUIM.

Dundalk Institute of Technology (DKIT)

Dundalk IT has a Lifelong Learning Centre which provides a wide range of part-time programmes. The Department of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Studies in Dundalk IT also has a number of programmes which it presents in blended format. Ms. Ann Cleary is leading the project at DKIT.