About Us


"An inclusive group or organisation tries to include many different types of people and treat them all fairly and equally".

The Cambridge Dictionary. Cambridge University Press, 2019.

Approaches that promote inclusivity are a priority for the CSinc team. The CSinc team want to reach all types of schools, school levels and locations. The inclusive in CSinc means that if you are a rural school in Connemara to a local school in Dublin, we would like to work with you. In the past the team has delivered outreach camps to rural, remote, DEIS, VTOS, ETB, LCA (classes), the Prison service and many more.
The Team is based out of TU Dublin, Tallaght Campus, where the camp team are faculty of the School of Science , Department of Computing.

Meet the CSinc outreach team....


Roisin Faherty

Róisín is a lecturer of computing in the Technological University Dublin, Tallaght Campus. Róisín has over twenty years teaching experience at third level in Computing across many different modules including Database, Analysis and Design and Software Development. Róisín worked as a Software Engineer and Team Lead in a Computer Based Training company for a number of years before joining the teaching team at TU Dublin. Róisín has a keen interest in Computer Science Education, delivering computing camps in primary and secondary schools around Ireland, as well as being involved in the delivery of teacher training programmes to promoting computer science to school teachers.

Karen Nolan

Karen is a lecturer of computing in the Technological University Dublin, Tallaght Campus. Karen is an experienced Software Developer, having previously worked in Industry for 15 years. Karen now uses this knowledge to teach a wide range of modules, including Software Development, Software Quality & Testing, Software Design, Agile Methods and a number of DevOps modules. Additionally, Karen has a keen interest and in passionate about Computer Science Education, delivering computing camps in primary and secondary schools around Ireland, promoting computer science to all students.

Keith Quille

Keith is a lecturer of computing in the Technological University Dublin, Tallaght Campus. Keith's primary area of teaching is in Software Development, CS1 and CS2 (C#, Java and Python) and applied machine learning but has also delivered a wide range of other modules. In addition to his current role in TU Dublin, Keith delivers computing camps in primary and secondary schools around Ireland, promoting computer science to all students. Keith has also been commissioned to develop resources by the NCCA for the new leaving certificate computer science subject.