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Employees in some of Galway’s top companies recently welcomed fifth year students from local schools into their premises to give them a chance to see what it is really like to work there, as part of the Schools Business Partnership (SBP) which facilitates partnerships between schools and local businesses.
A new project to offer Galwegians, particularly the elderly and unemployed, an introduction to computer technology will be run by NUI Galway.
An exciting introductory and digital media friendly course on how to use your computer and the internet will be run at GMIT this Easter. This new and improved computers for beginners course will start on Thursday April 14 at 7pm. The lecturer and course director is Dr Robert J Loughnane, who has specially prepared this course for people who have little or no knowledge of digital media or the internet.
One-hundred and ten electoral districts in Mayo now have broadband as part of the successful delivery by 3 Ireland, of the €223 million National Broadband Scheme, according to Communications Minister Eamon Ryan.
Some 33 new electoral districts in Kilkenny now have broadband with a minimum download speed of 1.6Mbps and maximum of 6.8Mbps available.
An exciting introductory and digital media friendly course on how to use your computer and the internet (in the home) will be run at GMIT after Easter.