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AHSS MA wins Postgraduate Course of the Year for the second year in a row

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The MA in Technical Communication and E-Learning has won GradIreland’s Postgraduate course of the year in Arts and Humanities … for the second year in a row!

Sincere congratulations to Dr Yvonne Cleary and all TCID colleagues on this fantastic achievement, which evidences the consistent quality of this programme. Speaking about the award, Course Director Yvonne Cleary said:

“It’s fantastic that the MA in Technical Communication and E-Learning has won this award, and for the second year in a row. We have a great course team, and we have worked hard to make this programme flexible and relevant. I’m particularly glad that this award acknowledges and rewards the hard work of our students and graduates.”

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Dr Yvonne Cleary (centre) is presented with Postgraduate course of the year in Arts and Humanities

Here is an extract from the judges’ comments: “Engaged and responsive programme evolution… that is successfully responding to employers needs and exceeding participants expectations.

The MA in Technical Communication & E-Learning is available for full-time and part-time students which aims to equip graduates with the skills needed to design and develop multimedia content and technology-enhanced learning solutions.  The need for this type of expertise is expanding rapidly as more and more companies and institutions use information and communication technologies. The programme allows students to study fully online, in class or a blend of the two options.

Well done to all of the courses from the Faculty and IWAMD shortlisted for the GradIreland awards and thanks for Course Directors for taking the time to enter for the awards.

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