Dr. Enda Donlon is an Associate Professor in the school of STEM Education, Innovation and Global Studies at the Institute of Education, Dublin City University. He mainly teaches and researches on the use of ICT in teaching and learning, with a specific focus on the use of digital technologies in and for teacher education. Enda is the APF (Area of Professional Focus) leader for Digital Learning on the Doctor of Education Programme at DCU.
Enda is a former president (2018-2020) and vice-president (2016-2018) of the Educational Studies Association of Ireland (ESAI), and has served on the national executive of the Computers in Education Society of Ireland (CESI) from 2008-2019. He was the Irish representative on the Governing Council of the European Educational Research Association (EERA) from 2018-2022. He is a member of the steering group for CREATE21 (Centre for Collaborative Research Across Teacher Education for the 21st Century) and for the National Institute for Digital Learning (NIDL) Digital Learning Research Network. He serves on the editorial boards of Irish Educational Studies and Impacting Education.
Enda is a winner of the DCU President's Award for Innovation (Academic and Research, 2014) and the DCU President's Award for Excellence in Teaching (team award, 2021) and was a finalist for the Jennifer Burke Award for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (2014).