Eva O’Brien speaks to the team in IT services in Trinity to explore the changing needs of users and the evolving challenges they face in running one of the largest college networks in the country.
It is difficult for most of us now to imagine a time before Trinity had access to the Internet. And yet just 16 years ago, Trinity’s staff and students were highly suspicious of the new phenomenon. “We first introduced Wi-Fi …
Speaking to Vice-Provost Linda Hogan, Eva O’Brien examines the early challenges facing the Trinity Education Project.
The Trinity Education Project is the first of its kind: “We have had discussions about particular aspects of the Trinity education over the years,” explains Vice-Provost, Linda Hogan, who as project sponsor is spearheading the project as a whole. “But …
A lack of understanding from prospective applicants, pushy parents and attractive job offers all contribute to computer science having the highest drop-out rates in College.
“So this is what you’re all going to be doing for the rest of your lives,” one lecturer joked to a class of first-year Computer Science students some years ago. One of the people in the class was Kevin H, …
Archbishop Diarmuid Martin explains why he supports the divestment movement, and where he thinks the resistance to it is coming from.
Divestment. Patronage. Ethos. Faith formation. These are some of the words at the centre of what has become an increasingly heated debate in recent months about the divestment of religion from Irish schools – but start trying to explain …