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Learning Enhancement Projects (LEPs) are one of four initiatives being supported through MTU’s allocation of Strategic Alignment of Teaching and Learning Enhancement (SATLE) 2022/23 funding. To allow for a breadth of projects to be supported, MTU has allocated between €220,000 and €280,000 to this initiative.

Funded Projects

The following LEPs were selected by a panel of international reviewers for funding as part of a competitive process, span the full range of discipline areas in MTU and involve engagement from students, staff and external partners.

We look forward to seeing their outputs and impacts at project completion date in December 2023!

Project Title

Project Lead

Project Status

Redesigning Assessment and Feedback to Uphold Academic Integrity (RAF-AI)

Dr. Aoife McCarthy

In Progress

Universal Design Review of MTU Academic Policies and Procedures

Ms. Aileen Kennedy


Co-Create - Collaborative Creation of Real-World Cyber Range Labs

Dr. Hazel Murray

In Progress

Enhancing and supporting the entrepreneurial intent of undergraduate students

Dr. Paul Keane

In Progress

Development of a framework for stakeholder engagement in the design of Learning Spaces at MTU

Dr. Katie Power

In Progress

A Student-Centric Timetable Assistant Tool

Dr. Ignacio Castineiras

In Progress

Embedding UN SDGs within Curricula at MTU

Dr. Niamh Power

In Progress

Student-Staff Partnership to apply a revised Rapid Curriculum Renewal for Sustainability approach to two engineering programmes that incorporates the development of a sustainability mindset for the learner and outreach with different categories of external stakeholders.

Dr. Aisling O’Gorman

In Progress

Academic Integrity – Supporting Staff Student Courageous Conversations in MTU

Dr Violeta Morari

In Progress

COHESION (Cohesive One Health Education in Sustainable Innovation for Optimal ruminant Nutrition)

Dr. Peter Stuart

In Progress

To Game or not to Game: a toolkit for evaluating gamified systems for their learning potential

Dr Geraldine Exton Grimes


Designing a framework for nurturing a sense professional identity with BIS students

Dr Fred Creedon

In Progress

Transforming the Learning Environment through Engagement with UNSDGs

Deirdre Ryan

In Progress

Co-creating a Computer-Based Mathematics Curriculum for Engineering Education

Dr. Martin Hill

In Progress

Incorporation of Virtual Reality teaching strategies in Pharmacy Technician education to enhance student learning and graduate skills

Susan Enright

In Progress

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