September 19, 2021




Business Education News

How to Think on Your Feet When You’re Put on the Spot

If you want to advance your career, you need to be comfortable speaking up and voicing your opinions. Speaking up not only makes a positive impression, but

Education News

Over €1m Allocated to Children’s Services in 2021

Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, Roderic O’ Gorman, TD announced a new funding measure to support training in

Education News

Ireland Ranks High on Third-Level Education in OECD ‘Education at a Glance’ Report

Minister for Further and Higher Education, Innovation, Research and Science, Simon Harris, and Minister of State, Niall Collins have welcomed the OECD

Business Education News Technology

Nualang Launches Unique AI and Chatbot-Driven World Language Learning Platform

Nualang, a Learning Management System (LMS) from Fathom, an innovative software solutions and platforms creator, has released a new, ready-to-use classroom

Education News Technology

€8m of Funding for 80 Enterprise and Employers Research Projects

The Irish Research Council (IRC) has said that €8m of funding will be invested in 80 research projects for enterprise and employers as part of its

Education News

Website Launched for Autistic Students Starting College

AsIAm, Ireland’s National Autism Charity, has launched a new website to support autistic students starting college or resuming on-campus studies this

Education News

First President of Technological University of the Shannon Announced

Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris, has designated Professor Vincent Cunnane to be appointed as the

Education News Technology

3 Ways to Avoid Online Fraudsters’ Tactics

As online fraud increases, we need to highlight some of the psychological mechanisms used by cybercriminals to avoid online fraudsters’ tactics. From

Education News Transport

RSA Launches New Guidelines for Improving Road Safety Around Schools

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) has published new guidelines for schools aimed at helping them improve road safety around their schools. The publication

Education News

Student Competition to Design New Logo for BLAST

Minister Norma Foley TD has encouraged students at primary and post-primary level to enter the student competition to design a new logo for BLAST –