Daily Archives: 03 May, 2012

National campaign launched for online fees vote
Professors who blog: academia’s love hate relationship with social media
Freedom: the bottom line
Oxford student who boasted about her ‘great rack’ fined £120 for bringing Union in to disrepute
It doesn’t matter what e-books cost to make
Is Evolution a Lousy Story?
6 Mute Swan cygnets, UCD Lake
Willetts’ Speech on Open Access: Analysis
Key questions in the UK’s shift to open-access research
Irish secondary students to learn Chinese
Have it our way, NI tells its sector
Want to go to Harvard? Now you can … online and for free
DCU president seeks ‘coherence’ in Irish education
Training of teachers in 22 colleges is excessive and wasteful, says Quinn
Joycean scholar settles High Court copyright action
Under-performing teachers could be blocked from working again
Trinity ordered to reinstate three staff cut over funding
Furious judge decries ‘blizzard’ of copyright troll lawsuits
The citizenship test: Protestants as well as Catholics in favour of fee waiver?
UK Government Enlists Wikipedia Founder for Open Access Policy