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© 2016 by Adèle Commins and Daithí Kearney.

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Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Adèle and Daithí regularly engage in research in the scholarship of teaching and learning, particularly in relation to music education and creative and aesthetic learning. Adèle is currently a committee member  of the Society of Music Education in Ireland, of which Daithí was previously a member. They have presented their work in this area in a range of contexts internationally and are currently partners in an Erasmus funded project on STEAM Education. 

Selected research outputs include:

•    Commins, A. and Kearney, D. ‘Studio Trad: Facilitating traditional music experiences for music production students’, Journal of Music, Technology & Education 2019, 11(3), pp. 301-318.
•    Köküer, K. Ali-MacLachlan, I., Jančovič, P. and Kearney, D. ‘Curating and annotating a collection of traditional Irish flute recordings to facilitate stylistic analysis’, International Journal on Digital Libraries, 2019, 20(1), 107-121. 
•    Kearney, D. ‘Listening for Tradition: Contributing To a Regional Musical Identity Through Higher Education and Research’ Musicology Research Series 2018, 4(2) 'Geography, Music, Space': 387-424.
•    Kearney, D. ‘Capturing the Moment and Replaying the Tape: Developing Technology-Enhanced Strategies for Student Learning and Engagement in Music Performance at Third Level’ in Teachers as learners: exploring the impact of accredited professional development on learning and assessment in Irish Higher Education. Ed.  Maguire, M., Harding, N., Noonan, G. & O’Connor, T. (Dublin: AISHE, 2017).
•    Commins, A. and Kearney, D. ‘Let’s put up a stage: Experiencing Speyfest and a Scottish Music Community’ at the ICTM Ireland Annual Conference, NUI Maynooth, 25 February 2017.
•    Commins, A. ‘Mixing Oriel Sounds: A Model for Collaborative Applied Research in Music Education’, 21st Music Research Colloquium, Dundalk Institute of Technology, 2015.
•    Commins, A. and Kearney, D. ‘Mixing Oriel Sounds: A Model for Collaborative Applied Research in Music Education’, 5th Annual Society for Music Education in Ireland Conference, DIT, Dublin, 2015.
•    Commins A. and Kearney, D. ‘A Transatlantic Stage: International Performing Opportunities for Irish Music Students in Higher Education’ (Poster Presentation) ESOTL Conference, University College, Cork, 6-8 June 2015.
•    Commins A. and Kearney, D. ‘‘From Fjords to Fermata: Locating Music Education in an International Interdisciplinary Context’ (Poster Presentation) ESOTL Conference, University College, Cork, 6-8 June 2015.
•    Kearney, D. ‘Internationalisation in Music Education: A DkIT Perspective’, 19th Music Research Colloquium, Dundalk Institute of Technology, 15 December 2014.
•    Commins A. and Kearney, D. ‘Crossing Fjords and Mountains: Music Education in an International Interdisciplinary Context’ at SMEI Annual Conference, CIT Cork School of Music, 7-9 November 2014.
•    Commins A. and Kearney, D. ‘Trasna na dTonnta: International Opportunities for Irish Music Students in Higher Education’ at SMEI Annual Conference, CIT Cork School of Music, 7-9 November 2014.
•    Commins A. and Kearney, D. ‘Ag Baint Amach ar an Domhan: International Opportunities for Irish Music Students in Higher Education’ (Poster Presentation) at SMEI Annual Conference, CIT Cork School of Music, 7-9 November 2014.

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