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Dr. Conor Galvin

University Lecturer and Researcher, UCD Dublin College of Human Sciences

Dr Conor GALVIN is a University Lecturer and Researcher at UCD Dublin College of Human Sciences where he works on various education, development practice, ICT and research programmes. He regularly speaks at conferences and events in Ireland and Europe on the information society, education policy, the politics of education, new literacies, and technology enhanced learning. In the past three years he has keynoted Media & Learning, IADIS e-Society, LILAC, EUN, British Council, Apple, and Microsoft Innovative School events. His research interests include the politics of professionalism, literacy in an information age, technology enhanced learning, and the impact of new and emerging technology on learning and society.

Dr Galvin is the Coordinator for the Global Classroom strands of the UCD Masters in Development Practice programme – a unique, co-awarded programme with Trinity College Dublin – which has been developed in conjunction with the MacArthur Foundation and Columbia University, New York. He also contributes to peace support education programmes at the UN School Ireland (UNTSI) where he directs field exercises for both humanitarian and military personnel preparing for PSO deployment.

Dr Galvin holds The President’s Award for Teaching Excellence at UCD Dublin. Before joining UCD Dublin he worked at University of Wales Swansea and University of Cambridge, England.

My Speakers Sessions

Wednesday, March 6
 

4:00pm