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Achieving equity of access to higher education in Ireland, the case for travellers
This study contains the results of two separate, but connected, studies on the access and provision for Traveller students in education in Ireland: • A review of existing policy documentation pertaining to Traveller ...
Apparent randomness and chaotic non-linearity: change over time in the essays of a cohort of philosophy undergraduates
(Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, 2013)
For most degree programmes in third-level education, the primary form of assessment is by written work submitted by the student to an assessor, either through formal, time-limited examinations or take-home essays. This ...