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  • Library, DBS (Dublin Business School, 2017-04)
    Contents: The results of the 2017 DBS Library Survey, Details of the first Annual Advisory Board Meeting of the DBS Business Review, Lexxic Event, New titles in the library, The Information Professional s Network & ...
  • Library, DBS (Dublin Business School, 2017-01)
    Contents: Faculty Perceptions of Loughborough's Online Reading List System (LORLS) at DBS, Purchase Suggestions, Myths about Thesis Writing, Our New Website and more...
  • Animalia 
    Toner, Ian (SAHKartell, 2017)
    A fast-paced, dark comedy about Danielle and Sarah who used to be best friends when they were kids. But they’re not kids anymore. Because they’re 11. Caught on the precipice of adulthood, two very different girls try to ...
  • Taylor, Barnaby (SAHKartell, 2017)
    Lumière Word Cloud (voicesonfilm, 2017) is a co-curated experiment in the design and execution of academic/student collaborative assessment methods at Third Level. Inspired by classroom conversations regarding the parallels ...
  • Nolan, Padhraig; Chapman, Patrick (SAHKartell, 2017)
    Often, creative people are recognised primarily for the work they do in one discipline, with efforts in other areas overlooked. Some artists are truly multidisciplinary, having the ability to express themselves eloquently ...
  • Trowbridge, Terry (SAHKartell, 2017)
    A new poem by Terry Trowbridge.
  • McKenna, Robert (Griffith College, 2017)
  • Darragh, Laoise (SAHKartell, 2017)
    Set 40 years in the future, the once great city of Bohane on the west coast of Ireland is in terminal decline, with vice and tribal splits rife. Logan Hartnett, godfather of the Hartnett Fancy gang has been in charge but ...
  • Jorgensen, Annette (SAHKartell, 2017)
    The aims of the organic food movement include the transformation of food production, distribution and consumption. They necessitate a range of different skills and understandings which must be accessed, created, put to use ...
  • Frazer, Patricia; Adams, Pearse (SAHKartell, 2017)
    Reflective learning; Critical thinking; Pedagogy; Publishing; Neoliberalism
  • Corso, Gail (SAHKartell, 2017)
    Psychoanalytic theory, as explained by Esther Rashkin, combines with literary analysis to understand the driving force that motivates a character to tell a story. Such is the case for understanding the first-person narrator ...
  • Adu-Gyamfi, Samuel; Brenya, Edward; Nana Egyir, Peter (SAHKartell, 2017)
    Public health in twenty-first century Ghana is mired with several issues ranging from the inadequacy of public health facilities, improper settlement planning, insanitary conditions, and the inadequacy of laws and their ...
  • Sheridan, Jim; Murphy, Conor; Taylor, Barnaby; Benedict, Stephen (SAHKartell, 2017)
    On 9th February 2016 SAH Journal was privileged to host a public interview with arguably Ireland’s most successful filmmaker, Jim Sheridan. Born in 1949, Jim Sheridan grew up in family of social and artistic activists in ...
  • Wilson, Juanita; Buggle, Jane (SAHKartell, 2017)
    Juanita Wilson is a Dublin-based Film Director and Writer. In 2008, she was nominated for an Academy Award for her short film, The Door, which went on to win the IFTA Award for Best Short Film. She was awarded the prestigious ...
  • O Keeffe, Colin; McGuinness, Claire (Dublin Business School, 2017)
  • Stuart, Mary (Offaly County Council, 2017)
  • Hickey, Brian (Dublin Business School, 2017)
  • Library, DBS (Dublin Business School, 2016-11)
    Contents: Continuing professional development opportunities for librarians at DBS, Keeping up-to-date with Lexis-Nexis, Changing roles in changing times: the academic liaison librarian in flux, New titles in the Library, ...
  • Library, DBS (Dublin Business School, 2016-09)
    Contents: Learner Supports Service, Library of Things, New titles in the library 16th April – 30th September, The Australian Women’s Weekly, Hungary’s National Széchényi Library, Palgrave Pocket Skills Series, Now available ...



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