Monthly Archives: December 2011

Henchminion Sends In the Tale of ‘The Magna Carta Essay!’
UCC head should retract or resign
Fundamentals of research paramount to progress
Doctoral degrees: The disposable academic
Penn Institute Sues Prominent Researcher Over Discoveries, Seeking $1 Billion
WIT invests in jobs programme
Education minister welcomes students’ report on Junior Cert reform
Difficulties on horizon for those planning to leave
Education needs creative clean-out
NUIG lecturer condemns axing of foreign languages in primary schools
Irish make up more than half of 76,400 emigrants
Access to university
Oxbridge entry ‘still stubbornly linked to postcode’
Over-supply of US historians
Altmetrics, a guide to Twitter for academics, and increasing your academic footprint: our round-up of social media blogs in 2011
Higher education review of 2011: the 10 best blogs of the year
Down the Memory Hole: why we should give more priority to economic and financial history
Dublin to host Europe’s biggest science event
Will this post be cited more often? Non-content factors that influence citation rates
Majority of students plan to emigrate, survey finds