The All Ireland Society for Higher Education (AISHE) is an independent, membership-based professional society dedicated to the promotion of good practice in learning and teaching throughout the island of Ireland. It represents the academic community across disciplines and communities of practice and also those who support learning and teaching in general. AISHE aims to provide a platform for critical dialogue and sustainable engagement in relation to the core concepts underpinning the very fabric of the Higher Education Community throughout the island of Ireland.
Established in 2000, AISHE promotes the development and dissemination of good and innovative practice at our annual AISHE International Conference and in our flagship online journal The All Ireland Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.
AISHE is affiliated with ICED
AISHE 2013 Academic Development Symposium
Developing as an academic: a fresh look at writing and teaching.
School of Nursing &Midwifery,
Trinity College Dublin,
Friday 4th October 2013
- Workshop A: Innovative Assessment at Master’s Level Professor Sally Brown
- Workshop B: Supervisory strategies that may be used to encourage the writing of a good research thesis. Dr. John Dallat
- Workshop C: Using student feedback for professional development Professor John Panter & Sylvia Huntley Moore