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Students may be punished if caught using artificial intelligence under new measures to tackle academic misconduct
Third-level colleges to agree standard approach to student cheating in exams
Fewer essays, more oral exams, no online tests: shake-up to prevent students using AI to cheat
Colleges plan more oral exams in response to the threat of AI cheating
Irish universities to review how they assess students following threat posed by AI chatbot
Simon Harris: ‘Our country is obsessed with CAO points’
The Irish Times view on grade inflation in higher education
Watchdog to investigate grade inflation after 50% rise in first-class degrees since 2015
Significant progress on International Education Mark announced by Minister Harris
One-third of students have ‘seriously considered’ withdrawing from degree programmes
Dublin Business School
Students personally targeted by essay mills with ‘promoters’ suspected to have been hired within colleges to gather information on assignments
Essay mills suspected of hiring ‘promoters’ within colleges to gather information on assignments
External Quality Review Finds Governance is ‘Overcomplicated’
Irish higher education ‘under threat’ from global cheating industry
Quality and qualifications in Ireland: A collaborative approach
Student Placements
Minister Harris welcomes EUA report commending Irish higher education institutions for ‘professionalising’ the delivery of postgraduate research education
Technological Universities – TUSE
IT Carlow