DIT Online Newsletters & Publications
Arrow@DIT: Archiving Research Resources on the Web is a digital collection of research publications produced by researchers at DIT.
Update is a weekly newsletter during academic term which details all the news and events happening within the Institute.
Level3 was devised as a means of capturing and disseminating online the variety and quality of research and innovatory educational practices within the DIT. It was also envisaged as a medium to extend the philosophical and theoretical dimensions of third level learning and teaching, offering a forum for critique of in-house, national and international policies, practices and emerging trends.
Irish Communication Review
Irish Communications Review aims to provide a forum in Ireland for research, analysis and discussion of all matters relating to media communications and to communications studies.
The Research & Enterprise team at DIT publishes a magazine called Research News. This reports on research news and activities from across DIT and is circulated to both DIT staff and the external research community. If you would like to contribute to, comment on or receive copies of Research News please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The DIT Graduate Network was launched in 1997 as a networking association for former DIT students. To date the Network has over 80,000 members worldwide. e-network, our online newsletter, is issued quarterly by email. To view our current edition, along with our archive, please click here. If you wish to subscribe to future editions, please click here. To find out more about the Graduate Network, please visit our website.
The FOI Acts, 1997 and 2003 assert the right of members of the public to obtain access to official information to the greatest extent possible consistent with the public interest and the right to privacy of individuals. The FOI Acts are designed to allow public access to information held by public bodies which is not routinely available through other sources. Access to information under the Acts is subject to certain exemptions and involves specific procedures and time limits.
Sections 15 and 16 of the FOI Acts require that reference guides be prepared and published electronically. Information on DIT's structure and organisation, functions, powers and duties and services as required under section 15 is contained in a reference book available.
Another reference guide, as required under section 16, is intended as a practical guide to facilitate the public in understanding how DIT makes decisions under enactments and schemes it operates. It lists the policies, procedures, rules, procedures, practices and precedents used in Decision Making in the Institute.