Daily Archives: 14 March, 2013

Staff nurse versus Senators: who loses what under Croke Park II
Lower university entry grades and let in more sports prodigies, says ex-Olympian Steve Cram
Law profession can’t handle talented women, says Baroness Hale
TCD Students raise over €14,000 in ‘Jailbreak’ event
National conference on equality of access to higher education
French business school raises stakes in teaching in English
Public Private Partnerships – IT Tallaght
Can Twitter open up a new space for learning, teaching and thinking?
Croke Park deal chief negotiator plays down impact of €1bn in payroll cuts
A Bold Move Toward MOOCs Sends Shock Waves, but Details Are Scarce
What should an economics postgraduate read?
Sad about losing Google Reader? Spare a thought for the blogs you had listed on it
How institutional repositories are already working to solve the Open Access problem
Should university lectures be compulsory?
Impact factors – RCUK provides a chance to act
Croke Park ‘not perfect but fair’ – SIPTU chief
Three-year jail term for sex assault on student’s friend
‘Dramatic decline’ in part-time university students in England
Accused ‘deserves death penalty for killing Nicola’
More on the use of lectures