The College View is a fortnightly publication run voluntarily by students at DCU since 1999 and currently edited by Aoibhín Meghen. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Dublin City University’s The College View was named Newspaper of the Year at the 2021 National Student Media Awards on Wednesday. The fortnightly pub(...)

Following the return of on-campus education, many universities will retain elements of online or distant learning in their delivery model.

Dublin City University What they use: A range of digital tools and platforms as part of Loop, with Moodle at the core. Zoom for live teaching, Mahar(...)

Distance learning was built into DCU’s DNA from the very beginning, long before the internet arrived in Ireland

Dublin City University What they use: A range of digital tools and platforms as part of Loop, with Moodle at the core. Zoom for live teaching, M(...)

Distance learning was built into DCU’s DNA from the very beginning, long before the internet arrived in Ireland

  Dublin City University What they use A range of digital tools and platforms as part of Loop, with Moodle at the core. Zoom for live teaching(...)

The programme for government commits the Coalition to establishig a citizens’ assembly on the future of education “ensuring that the voices of young people and those being educated are central”. Photograph: iStock

It’s just a single line in the programme for government – but it has the potential to revitalise education for the 21st century. “We will establish a(...)

Some teachers introduced new elements such as online cooking to their lessons.

Educators adapted fast to the pandemic and parents gained a new insight into the real challenges of being a teacher. So how did they find the experien(...)

Jill Pitcher Farrell, a 23-year-old rover scout and adult volunteer, became the first woman to be elected chief scout, the voluntary head of the youth organisation. Photograph: Alan Place

After more than three years of controversy and scandal, Scouting Ireland has sought to put a new face forward to the public, with members electing the(...)

Dora Gola on the beach at Lahinch, Co Clare. ‘I have Polish roots and an Irish heart,’ she says. Photograph: Eamon Ward

Dora Gola grew up surrounded by music. While her parents were not musicians, her father always played records or cassettes from his vast collection in(...)

Some of the letters from the H-blocks. Photograph: Julien Behal

Letters and poetry composed by H-Block hunger-striker Bobby Sands and other republican prisoners including the late Mairead Farrell, which emerged thi(...)

State chief medical officer Tony Holohan has described the Indian variant as the ‘black cloud on the horizon’. File photograph: Getty

Ireland runs the risk of a spike in variant cases this summer if it moves too quickly to increase indoor social mixing in July or allows the importati(...)

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