Daily Archives: 16 May, 2013

Defamatory material on Facebook and YouTube: McKeogh v. Doe and others
Impact factors declared unfit for duty
Survey Examines British Academics’ Use of Digital Tools
Largest teachers’ union to decide whether to re-enter talks
Edinburgh scholar aims to keep Gaelic flame burning
Rejoice! The End of ‘User Name and Password’ May Be Nigh
Universities are right to accept state school students with lower grades
Fast-Track ‘Scientific Visa’ attracts talented researchers to Ireland to boost innovation
Scientific research ‘only for social and economic gain’?
Flan Garvey plans return to IT Tralee board
LRC invites teacher unions to Croke Park talks
Dublin student wrongly accused of evading a taxi fare wins case
Exporting Newman’s Idea of a University to China
Increased access to higher education a priority for Europe’s Education Ministers
US-style GPA is one numbers game too many, NUS argues
Lecturer’s fluency can make students over-confident
Elite journals are losing their position of privilege
Are We In a Rut? Explaining the Increasing Homogenization of Scholarly and Scientific Publishing
Children turn away from books in favour of reading electronically
Remaking an educational publishing giant