Delivery of e- ‘Research-Informed Teaching’ in Lockdown: Case insights from a Northern Ireland University

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This case study presents the experiences of two academics who delivered research-informed teaching (RIT) during lockdown in a leading Northern Irish Business School. RIT, understood as a process of learning about how to do systematic inquiries, is widely acknowledged as challenging for online learners. This case study illustrates how the authors used a theory-based approach to teaching research methods, using educational technology (hence, e-RIT). The Success Case Method evaluation points to meaningful outcomes for students and that the 12 pedagogic strategies highlighted here are transferable in a post-COVID world.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAgile Learning Environments amid Disruption
Subtitle of host publicationEvaluating Academic Innovations in Higher Education During Covid-19
EditorsJamil M.G., Morely D.
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
ISBN (Print)978-3-030-92979-4
Publication statusPublished online - 13 Dec 2022


  • Research-informed teaching
  • Five-stage model
  • Pedagogic strategies
  • Experiential learning
  • Online engagement
  • Success case method


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