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Submissions from 2013

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Synopsis of Part-time Education Policy within The Dublin Institute of Technology, Detta Melia

Submissions from 2012

Implementing the DIT-ACHIEV Model: A Carlingford Case Study, Kevin Griffin, Sheila Flanagan, and Jane Fitzgerald

Submissions from 2011

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From Action Accounting to Beyond The Basics, Tony Kiely, Frances Boylan, and Alice Luby

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Beyond the Basics, Tony Kiely, Alice Luby, and Frances Boylan

Submissions from 2010

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A critical reflection on the research into the motives and choice behaviour of mature, non-national students enrolling and progressing in a part-time, night time hospitality management program within the School of Hospitality ManagA critical reflection on the research into the motives and choice behaviour of mature, non-national students enrolling and progressing in a part-time, night time hospitality management program within the School of Hospitality Management and Tourism, Dublin Institute of Technology.ement and Tourism, Dublin Institute of Technology., Ann Conway

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Lost in Translation? How the Culture(s) of the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) could be Analysed via a lens of Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) of its Strategic Plan, and other Documents, during its Transition to Grangegorman, Ann Conway

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The Contribution of Irish Higher Education Institutions in meeting the Recessional Needs of Tourism and Hospitality Students through Entrepreneurship, Ann Conway

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Developing an Efectiveness Evaluation Framework for Destination Management Systems, Patrick Horan

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Students’ perspective of Irish Higher Education Institutions’ role in meeting the economy’s recessional needs., Noelle O'Connor and Ann Conway

Submissions from 2009

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Giving adult learners a voice after the inquest: A review of a mixed method approach to educational research, Ann Conway

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What should be the contribution of further and higher education in Ireland to the current global economic crisis?, Ann Conway

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Widening participation in higher education and the resultant diversity of learners: A review of government policies, the academy and market demands that may influence this trajectory., Ann Conway

Encouraging and Evaluating the First Year Experience, Kevin Griffin

Pilgrimage and The Perspective of the Irish ‘Traveller Community’, Kevin Griffin

Whistle Past the Church No More, Tony Kiely

Submissions from 2008

Motives, Perceptions, Business Students, Entrepreneurs, Ann Conway

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International Marketing of Ireland's West tourism region, Alex Gibson

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The Use of Networking in Developing and Marketing the Irish Ecclesiastical Product, Kevin Griffin, Catherine Gorman, Jane Stacey, and Elaine O'Halloran

Untying the Accountancy Knot II, Tony Kiely, Frances Boylan, Pauline Rooney, Jennifer McConnell, Alice Luby, Rebecca Maughan, Dan Shanahan, and Daniel King

Untying the Accountancy Knot, Tony Kiely, Alice Luby, and Frances Boylan

Submissions from 2006

Challenging the Revenue Management Model in City Hotels, Tony Kiely

Making Space for Home; the Second Home, Deirdre N. Quinn, Nigel Morgan, and Annette Pritchard

Submissions from 2005

Why are Students Leaving and What can we do to Stop Them?, Ann Conway

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Development of a Process Modelling System for Simulation, John Ryan

Submissions from 2004

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Why do students abandon programs prior to completion? Case study investigation of dropout students from the Diploma in Hotel and Catering Management DIT, Ann Conway

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An Exploratory Study Of How Decisions Are Made In The Yield Management Environment Of Four Star Dublin Hotels, Tony Kiely

Submissions from 2001

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Strategy Development for Irish Tourism:Elements of the Irish Tourism Product in Attracting the German Tourist Market: Creating and Managing Growth in Travel and Tourism, Ann Conway and Joseph Ruddy

Submissions from 2000

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Bord Failte’s Heritage Towns, Kevin Griffin

Submissions from 1999

Consumer Behaviour, Motives and Perceptions when Selecting a Destination: A Study of German Tourists in Ireland., Ann Conway and Joseph Ruddy