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Seamus Ryan

Lecturer in Business Mathematics and Engineering Management

  • sryan@ait.ie
  • Room: D1123
  • Building: Main Campus
  • Faculty: Academic Staff

Seamus Ryan has lectured in the schools of Business and Engineering since 1993. Prior to that, he spent 10 years working in various engineering roles in the electronics manufacturing industry. He earned a B.Eng (Production Engineering) from NIHEL (now UL), and an MBA from NUIG.In 2005 he earned an MSc. (IT in Education) from TCD.

S. Ryan, P. Mulvey, I.A. Sanchez. (2006) Knowing What the Student at the Back Knows: A Cost-Effective Classroom Response System using Short Message Service (SMS) Text Messaging. Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 />Mobile Learning 2006 Dublin, Ireland.

S. Ryan, I.A. Sanchez. (2004) More Question Marks than Answers: The Potential of Computer Based Assessment in Higher Education. EdTech 2004, Fifth Annual Irish Educational Technology Users’ Conference. Tralee, Ireland

Undergraduate:

Business Mathematics

Computer Applications

Engineering Management

The Engineer in Society

Postgraduate:

Learning and Teaching

Technology Enhanced Learning

Interests include, pedagogically appropriate technology in the classroom and the development of effective blended learning programmes. He has been involved with the Teaching and Learning Unit since 2007.

  • Biography

    Seamus Ryan has lectured in the schools of Business and Engineering since 1993. Prior to that, he spent 10 years working in various engineering roles in the electronics manufacturing industry. He earned a B.Eng (Production Engineering) from NIHEL (now UL), and an MBA from NUIG.In 2005 he earned an MSc. (IT in Education) from TCD.

  • Research & Consultancy

    S. Ryan, P. Mulvey, I.A. Sanchez. (2006) Knowing What the Student at the Back Knows: A Cost-Effective Classroom Response System using Short Message Service (SMS) Text Messaging. Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 />Mobile Learning 2006 Dublin, Ireland.

    S. Ryan, I.A. Sanchez. (2004) More Question Marks than Answers: The Potential of Computer Based Assessment in Higher Education. EdTech 2004, Fifth Annual Irish Educational Technology Users’ Conference. Tralee, Ireland

  • Teaching Experience

    Undergraduate:

    Business Mathematics

    Computer Applications

    Engineering Management

    The Engineer in Society

    Postgraduate:

    Learning and Teaching

    Technology Enhanced Learning

  • Interests & Professional Development

    Interests include, pedagogically appropriate technology in the classroom and the development of effective blended learning programmes. He has been involved with the Teaching and Learning Unit since 2007.