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Free seminar on digital marketing at Ballybane Enterprise Centre

Ballybane Enterprise Centre will host a free seminar, at 7.30pm on Thursday April 3, on Digital Marketing, with particular emphasis on Facebook for Business.

City must be ‘happy’ with toe-tapping video

In the 10 years this month since Facebook was founded - initially among students at Harvard University - it has become an accepted and acceptable worldwide media tool.

The west is all a-twitter as top tourism bloggers are brought on a tour of the region

THE west was awake on twitter all this week after 40 of the world’s top travel and tourism bloggers were brought on an exciting trour of the west of Ireland, courtesy of Failte Ireland.

Enhancing online presence talk for business in Castlebar

How can businesses adapt to maximise the opportunity that their online presence will make? Louise McDonnell from 2Market will give an insight into “How Businesses can enhance an Online Presence” at the next Mayo Open Coffee Club (MOCC) meeting due to take place next Wednesday, November 7, at 9.30am in the Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) at GMIT Castlebar.

Look West.ie needs your vote in social media awards

LookWest.ie, the Western Development Commission’s (WDC) online guide to living, working, and doing business in Ireland’s western region, has been shortlisted for an Irish Internet Association (IIA) Dot.ie NetVisionary Award for Best in Social Media. This category recognises the most creative use of social media for compelling customer engagement.

LookWest.ie shortlisted for top social media prize

LookWest.ie, the Western Development Commission’s (WDC) online guide to living, working and doing business in Ireland’s Western Region, has been shortlisted for an Irish Internet Association (IIA) Dot.ie NetVisionary Award for Best in Social Media. This category recognises the most creative use of social media for compelling customer engagement.

New code of professional conduct for teachers

The Teaching Council has this week published a new Code of Professional Conduct for Teachers which will guide teachers’ professional judgement and practice. The Code sets out the standards of professional knowledge, skill, competence and conduct which are expected of registered teachers. In all, there are 33 such standards which reflect the complexity and variety of teaching and cover areas such as communication and relationships, equality and inclusion, compliance with national and school policies, professional development and pupil/student welfare. The standards are underpinned by four core values - respect, care, integrity and trust.

NUI Galway to host Irish Human Computer Interaction Conference

NUI Galway will host the sixth Irish Human Computer Interaction (iHCI) Conference in June with the event themed on the‘Poetics of Design, Narratives of Use’ focussingon the role that different artefacts, perspectives, methods and tools play in the design of new technologies.

Future is bright for Kilkenny rally hero Breen

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Little more than a month has passed since 21-year-old Kilkenny man Craig Breen crossed the finish line of Rally GB, winning the Academy World Rally Championship and its €500,000 prize.

Connacht people are most forgiving towards their ex-partners

The networked world's social habits are changing. As email revolutionised business communication, so social networking has profoundly changed how people interact privately, and even how they start and end relationships. That’s why ESET Ireland has commissioned a survey carried out by Amárach Research on 850 people, to reveal how Irish people react online and on social media after an emotionally stressful event of a relationship break-up.

 

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