Monthly Archives: July 2014

ASTI: Dublin teacher Takes Over Leadership of Ireland’s Largest Second-Level Teachers’ Union
Bank of Ireland offers ‘profuse apology’ for wages blunder
Some public servants waking up to find no salary in their bank account
Students face massive rents of up to €1,000 per month
Review calls for greater focus on doctors’ skills rather than on exam performance
Fraudulent research results: how common are they?
Students face €8k living costs on back of rent hikes
Some turn away from Turnitin over price and reliability
Marked differences: time for new degree systems?
Employers prefer ‘soft’ skills in graduates, study says
Minister: New junior cycle will go ahead, and I’ll meet teachers later
Tech university application decisions to be made by November
Residents complain about DIT campus at Grangegorman
Better educated – but women miss out on the top jobs
McManus gives €1m boost to sports academy
Irish women more likely to have college education then men
Should self-citations be included or excluded from measures of academic performance?
Higher education apocalypse or renewal?
Research quality assessment tools: Lessons from Italy
Open access: effective measures to put UK research online under threat?