Tag: ireland

by Padraig Reidy

A recent court ruling in Ireland could have reintroduced the concept of criminal libel to the state, despite criminal defamation offenses being abolished as recently as 2009. The case itself was one of a particularly grim relationship break-up. Names are not available, as the people involved were also locked in a criminal case in which […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Bill Gates on the future of education, programming, and just about everything else (GigaOm) 2. How technology is transforming education (The Next Web) 3. J-School Makeovers (Insider Higher Ed) 4. What Ireland’s National Digital Strategy means for education and e-learning (Irish Times) 5. Blackboard, the largest provider of classroom management software, enters the MOOC […] more »