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Secondary school students at a recent Safer Internet Day event organised by Webwise.

They may be digital natives - but young people still need all the support they can get to stay safe online. Internet safety and digital media literac(...)

Development would not see  demolition of  1967 office tower as MM Capital does not own the Tesco unit  under the tower. Photograph: Tom Honan

The owners of Dublin’s Phibsborough shopping centre are seeking to redevelop the 1960s complex, long regarded as an eyesore, as a “co-living” scheme r(...)

Trinity College Dublin was prominently featured in the TV adaptation of Normal People. Photograph: Enda Bowe

Trinity College Dublin (TCD) has secured planning permission for a €9 million revamp of the college’s Rubrics building which featured in the TV adapta(...)

In 2019, 74% of women aged 25-34 years had a post-secondary education or higher compared to 66% of men of the same age. File photograph: Getty

The number of students studying remotely in Irish third-level institutions increased significantly in the years before the Covid-19 pandemic, accordin(...)

The Munster Technological University (MTU) - formed from the merger of CIT and IT Tralee - will be inaugurated on January 1st 2021, exactly two years on from the establishment of TU Dublin.

The Munster Technological University (MTU) will be inaugurated on January 1st 2021, exactly two years on from the establishment of TU Dublin. Current(...)

With the pressure of additional writing tasks on many programmes, some third level colleges are making available additional writing and tutoring supports. Photograph: iStock

A written assignment for college brings with it many challenges. You receive the assignment brief, the lecturer supplements it with a questions and an(...)

The president of Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) said apologies would be issued directly to the students concerned. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) has apologised to students after two lecturers forgot to switch their cameras off after watching virtual pr(...)

Karen Whooley teaching sixth-class students at St Audoen’s National School in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Primary, secondary and third-level students around Ireland, and their teachers, look back on their efforts to keep learning in the shadow of Covid-(...)

Prof Maggie Cusack said she is ‘thrilled’ with her appointment.

A professor is to become only the second woman in more than four centuries appointed as president of an Irish university. Prof Maggie Cusack takes on(...)

Mary Hernandez, president of Letterkenny Institute of Technology student union. Photograph: Joe Dunne

On any given day, Mary Hernandez sees the financial struggles facing students at Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT) up close. “Huge numbers h(...)

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