Daily Archives: 16 May, 2017

Lecturer suing National College of Ireland called 10% reduction from reassessement ‘unbelievable’
New University of Limerick president backs €150m Northern Distributor Road
Can we trust the universities when it comes to teaching and learning?
‘Learning analytics’ can help universities improve student engagement and performance but data protection issues must be addressed, say experts
Can we turn ‘spoonfed’ students into critical thinkers?
Pay body is ‘ignoring reality’ in assessment of the pensions gap
Third-level education and loans system
After Long Campaign, Queen’s to Divest from Fossil Fuels by 2025
University of Limerick inquiry raises wider questions
Universities resisted declaring tens of millions in assets
200 say no to high-rise student block proposal at Lough protest
QUB to disinvest from fossil fuels after student campaign
Students and lecturers react to Bruton’s plan to ban essay mills
The literacy imperative