Academic biographyDr. Lorraine Delaney is Assistant Professor with the National Institute for Digital Learning, Dublin City University.
Lorraine is the Programme Chair for the following DCU programems:
BSc in Information Technology
BSc in Management of Information Technology
Higher Diploma in Interaction Design
Higher Diploma in Management of Information Technology
Certificate in User Experience
Lorraine has a broad range of experience as an educator including leadership and management experience at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. She acts as a dissertation supervisor and marker on the Masters in Education for the School of STEM Education, Innovation and Global Studies at DCU's Institute of Education. Lorraine completed her PhD and MSc (Education) at DCU and holds a BA in Economics and Politics from University College Dublin. Her research interests are interdisciplinary and include higher education access, technology in teaching and learning, adult education, higher education retention and completion, graduate employability and education policy.
Lorraine is available to supervise doctoral students in the areas of blended, online and digital learning in a range of educational settings.