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Food Talks

Emily Groves
Poster presented at ICCAS 2019 by Emily Groves, EPFL+ECAL LAB, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland.
Food Talks - Investigating the potential of augmented reality to link food products with their environmental and nutritional data through design research
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Managing the Environmental Impacts of Tourism at County Level

Emmet McLoughlin
The 14th Annual Tourism Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference Waterford Institute of Technology

Managing the Environmental Impacts of Tourism at County Level

Emmet McLoughlin
The 14th Annual Tourism Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference Waterford Institute of Technology

The Potential for Dark Tourism as a Niche Tourism Product along Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way (WAW)

Emmet McLoughlin
As a specific niche tourism product, dark tourism and its production and consumption have seen an increase over the past number of years. This has resulted in a significant volume of research related specifically to dark tourism sites (Podoshen, 2013). Yet there has been limited number of studies on its potential in Ireland.

Humans Optimize Ground Contact Time and Leg Stiffness to Minimize the Metabolic Cost of Running (collection of materials)

, Kelly J. Ashford, Charlotte Cross, Jack Hope, Holly S.R. Jones & Molly McCarthy-Ryan
Collection of article, software (and guidance) and dataset for 'Humans Optimize Ground Contact Time and Leg Stiffness to Minimize the Metabolic Cost of Running' in Frontiers in Sports and Active Living.
Citation:
Moore IS, Ashford KJ, Cross C, Hope J, Jones HSR and McCarthy-Ryan M (2019) Humans Optimize Ground Contact Time and Leg Stiffness to Minimize the Metabolic Cost of Running. Front. Sports Act. Living 1:53. doi: 10.3389/fspor.2019.00053

Link to article on publisher website:
https://doi.org/10.3389/fspor.2019.00053


Washing with the Gods Exhibition Catalogue

James Green
Most people are familiar with bars of soap and probably use them every day without thinking about them. Soap is one of the mundane objects that form part of our everyday lives. Generally, a normal bar of soap will cost between fifty pence to about three pounds depending on where you shop and is made from a mixture of fat or lard, oil, lye and chemicals that make it smell nice. It’s main function is...

Comparative Analysis of Economic Indicators along the WAW.pptx

Emmet McLoughlin
Comparative Analysis of Economic Indicators along the WAWpresented at the 14th Annual Tourism Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference Waterford Institute of Technology

Guidance for the software to determine the modeled optimal gait characteristic

Guidance notes on how to install and use the software 'Determine the modelled optimal gait characteristic'. The different model features and how to input data are explained in detail. Further, guidance on how to interpret the generated outputs is provided.

CRISP Sustainable Tourism Planning in Ireland 2016.pdf

Emmet McLoughlin
The rapid increase in tourism arrivals to Ireland in recent years has had major implications for planning. Yet, there has been limited research on sustainable planning for tourism in Ireland focusing on Local Authorities. This research bridges this gap in knowledge by providing the first nationwide longitudinal analysis of sustainable planning for tourism by Local Authorities in Ireland together with their use of tourism indicator systems.

THRIC 2018 Comparison of Environmental Indicators for Tourism Planning

Emmet McLoughlin
Poser presented at the 14th Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference

Humans Optimize Ground Contact Time and Leg Stiffness to Minimize the Metabolic Cost of Running

, Kelly J. Ashford, Charlotte Cross, Jack Hope, Holly S.R. Jones & Molly McCarthy-Ryan
Trained endurance runners appear to fine-tune running mechanics to minimize metabolic cost. Referred to as self-optimization, the support for this concept has primarily been collated from only a few gait (e.g., stride frequency, length) and physiological (e.g., oxygen consumption, heart rate) characteristics. To extend our understanding, the aim of this study was to examine the effect of manipulating ground contact time on the metabolic cost of running in trained endurance runners. Additionally, the relationships between...

Improving Contingent Workers' Engagement within the Welsh Hospitality Industry: A Case Study Approach

Elena Peshkova
Improving Contingent Workers' Engagement within the Welsh Hospitality Industry: A Case Study Approach

Impact of Capstone in enhancing Masters Students experience in UK/EU HEIs: using Bloom’s taxonomy

, Michael Oyelere & Nasir Aminu
Impact of Capstone in enhancing Masters Students experience in UK/EU HEIs: using Bloom’s taxonomy

Management Information Systems and Cyber Security in Government, Public and Private Institutions Comparison of Developing and Developed Countries

Nisha Rawindaran, Edmond Prakash &
Management Information Systems and Cyber Security in Government, Public and Private Institutions Comparison of Developing and Developed Countries

Help or hindrance? Exploring the bi-directional relationship between social enterprises and area-based initiatives - the case of the Communities First programme in Wales

Lyndon Murphy, Gary Samuel, & David Higgins
Help or hindrance? Exploring the bi-directional relationship between social enterprises and area-based initiatives - the case of the Communities First programme in Wales

Applied Social Policy - Designing the Future Challenge

This collection includes a set of activities have been designed for A level students to engage in designing social policy for the future and a video from the Programme Director of the BSc Applied Social Policy degree at Cardiff Metropolitan University (Helen Taylor) introduces the 'designing the future' challenge.
The resources provide a taster in the type of learning and teaching activities which are part of the BSc in Applied Social Policy at Cardiff Metropolitan University.

Becoming an excellent academic journal article reviewer

Paul Jones
Keynote speech from Prof Paul Jones

Data Cleaning: Challenges and Novel Solutions

, Edmond Prakash, & Jon Platts
Data Cleaning: Challenges and Novel Solutions

The impact of part-time student employment on the non-student working population in the hospitality sector

Claire Evans, Caroline Ritchie, Felix Ritchie & Hilary Drew
The impact of part-time student employment on the non-student working population in the hospitality sector

Management Information Systems and Cyber Security in Government, Public and Private Institutions Comparison of Developing and Developed Countries

Nisha Rawindaran, Edmond Prakash &
Management Information Systems and Cyber Security in Government, Public and Private Institutions Comparison of Developing and Developed Countries

AMI 2020 Conference Proceedings

Lyndon Murphy, Claire Haven-Tang, Nick Clifton, Rachel Mason-Jones & Adriana Snae
AMI 2020 Conference Proceedings

Digital Pottery: Novel Information Systems and Workflow Process for Virtual and Physical Artistic Visualizations of Sound on Ceramics

Sarah Dashti, Edmond Prakash, & Fiona Carroll
Digital Pottery: Novel Information Systems and Workflow Process for Virtual and Physical Artistic Visualizations of Sound on Ceramics

Entrepreneurial Leadership: insights into women managers’ entrepreneurial practices in Welsh small to medium voluntary organisations (SMVOs)

Kathryn Addicott
Entrepreneurial Leadership: insights into women managers’ entrepreneurial practices in Welsh small to medium voluntary organisations (SMVOs)

Predicting optimal gait characteristics spreadsheet

User friendly spreadsheet that can be used to predict how economical an individual's gait is. To use you must have heart rate (or oxygen consumption) data and at least one of the following gait characteristics: stride length, stride frequency (cadence), ground contact time and aerial time.
You will need data from at least five different conditions, such as 90%, 95%, 100%, 105% and 110% of self-selected cadence.

Applied Social Policy - Designing the Future challenge

Helen Taylor
This set of activities have been designed for A level students to engage in designing social policy for the future.
The resources provide a taster in the type of learning and teaching activities which are part of the BSc in Applied Social Policy at Cardiff Metropolitan University.

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