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NUI Galway Students’ Union (SU) has today called on Galway landlords and student accommodation providers to provide refunds to students who no longer need to be in Galway due to the switch to online learning.
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Students "cannot be expected to pay" full fees when many higher education institutes are moving to online only learning due to the impact of the coronavirus.
Athlone natives, Brian and Cora Lynam, presently residing in Alpharetta Georgia, with their children Conor (9) and Erin (4), spoke to the Athlone Advertiser this week, noting the impact of COVID-19 on their daily lives as the pandemic continues to raise health concerns on a global scale.
NUI Galway’s annual adult learners information evening has gone virtual. The open evening will take place online on Wednesday June 24 from 6pm to 8.30pm.
Both Athlone and Moate libraries have introduced a new ‘Call and Collect’ service in line with the Government’s roadmap to reopen the country. Library buildings will remain closed to public access during this initial phase.
We all find it hard to get to sleep from time to time, but several days of poor sleep can really take its toll. Three in 10 people in Ireland struggle to get enough sleep, and this has a knock-on effect on how they function mentally, emotionally, and physically the following day.
There have been concerns raised over student accommodation in Galway after NUI Galway announced new changes to the upcoming academic year, due to the restrictions imposed by Government over Covid-19.
As we head into the second month of school closures, with the initial novelty of home schooling alongside working from home rapidly wearing off, parents are asking themselves what should they be expecting from their schools as we head into May/June?
In 2013, IT Sligo launched Ireland's first free massive open online course (MOOC) on Lean Sigma Quality. This seven-week online course has now been delivered to more than 7,500 participants from Irish organisations.