Category : Teaching

Two Irish universities score highly in global rankings for executive education
Sharp rise in first-class degrees may be linked to student expectations and competition among universities
Study shows Ireland ranks third for education quality and access
University of Limerick will host emergency response exercise to test skills of students
Students may be punished if caught using artificial intelligence under new measures to tackle academic misconduct
Irish students superior to rest of EU at reading, but are getting worse at maths – OECD study
Teaching in Base 60
Linda Doyle exclusive: Critical that College starts preparing for ‘profound effect’ of AI
Artificial intelligence could pose ‘major threat’ to college qualifications
Third-level colleges to agree standard approach to student cheating in exams
University to offer Ireland’s first degree in ‘influencing’
Fewer essays, more oral exams, no online tests: shake-up to prevent students using AI to cheat
Publishers, Don’t Use AI Detection Tools!
UK universities offer three-day-week to let students find part-time work
Colleges plan more oral exams in response to the threat of AI cheating
University of Galway Students’ Union to propose reduction of exam repeat fees
UCD removes €180 exam re-sit fee for students who fail first effort
Autumn Repeats
QUB students warned of AI rules ahead of new year: ‘Chatbots can be a form of cheating’
Deaf law student awarded €3,000 after Griffith College refused to pay for sign language interpretation