Seven Of Ireland's Universities Are To Roll Out Online Assessments At The End Of This Semester

The IUA says detailed information on timetables will be issued as soon as possible. 


Seven of Ireland's universities are replacing their face-to-face exams at the end of this semester with online assessments.

The institutions, which are represented by the Irish Universities Association, will use the likes of essays, reports and multiple choice questions to asses students.

The IUA says detailed information on timetables will be issued as soon as possible. 

President of NUI Galway Professor Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh says it's been a challenging time for both students and staff:
 

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