Monthly Archives: April 2014

What medieval cosmology tells us about the value of Arts and Humanities in universities
Unpaid Internship Circulated by TCD Law School Cancelled
Students and Units
University teachers concerned about DCU merger
English language use ‘most significant internationalisation trend for HE’
Ministers Bruton and Sherlock announce funding of €47million for scientific research
The internationalisation of academic publishing points to distinctly different audiences for scholarly books
Flipped learning skepticism: Is flipped learning just self-teaching?
Lack of graduates entering construction ‘threatening sector’s recovery’
Wise counsel
Junior cycle reform is a chance to give meaningful lessons in history
The education system was designed for the last century
The Minister, the teachers and maths
Hands up all those who support the teachers
The Continued Oppression of Women at Oxford
Can we really measure research supervisory quality?
Plagiarism: Detection, Prevention, Monitoring
The Minister and the teachers
The perils of REF ‘irradiation’