Welcome to the NDLR   

 

*** IMPORTANT NOTICE ***

On 22nd November 2012, the Minister for Education and Skills, Ruairi Quinn TD announced the establishment of the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning.

The 21 partners of the National Digital Learning Resources (NDLR) service welcome the news.

The NDLR service will be integrated into the Forum, and a new national digital platform established. Users of the service will continue to have access to the NDLR resources to support teaching and learning.
 
The core service team has been dissolved and so, for the foreseeable future, if you have a query or need support on using the NDLR service:

(i) Check the NDLR support area on the website.
(ii) Contact your local Institutional Coordinator for assistance.

Through the NDLR service you can find, share and discuss learning and teaching resources, shared by the Irish Higher Education community. The NDLR is a HEA funded service between the seven Universities, the thirteen Institutes of Technology and Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland to support the collaboration and sharing of higher education digital teaching and learning resources. 

NDLR Service and Open Access

The NDLR service is a free and open online community of resources designed primarily for faculty of higher education in Ireland to share their learning materials. On a global basis NDLR open resources, submitted under a Creative Commons License, are openly accessible to view, download and reuse. Due to ethical concerns, a selection of resources have been submitted under a closed license. To share a resource you will need to register for an account. If you are not registering with a higher education institution email address an administrator will be in contact with you within 24 hours to validate your account. Click here to view 2011 projects!

The NDLR service focuses on:

On 22nd November 2012, the Minister for Education and Skills, Ruairi Quinn TD announced the establishment of the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning. The 21 partners of the National Digital Learning Resources (NDLR) service welcome the news.

The NDLR service will be integrated into the Forum, and a new national digital platform established. Users of the service will continue to have access to the NDLR resources to support teaching and learning.

The core service team has been dissolved and so, for the foreseeable future, if you have a query or need support on using the NDLR service: (i) Check the NDLR support area on the website (https://ndlrhelp.zendesk.com/home ) or (ii)  contact your local Institutional Coordinator for assistance.

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