The AISHE International Conference Series (AISHE-C) aims to provide a platform to all those working in Higher Education to share ideas, experiences and best practice in an open, constructive and supportive manner.
AISHE-C has its origins in the Colloquium on University Teaching and Learning: Policy and Practice held in 1998. AISHE-C seeks to promote the professional recognition and enhancement of teaching and learning in Higher Education through a range of research and practitioners papers, symposia, short presentations and mediated poster sessions.
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AISHE-C Open Conference System
AISHE-C has adopted the open conference system (OCS), which is a free web publishing tool to support all aspects of our annual conference including abstract submission, registration, etc. For further details on this year’s conference please visit the essays first series
AISHE International Conference Series: AISHE-C 2012
Responding to Change: Effective Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
30th & 31st August 2012
Dublin City University, Ireland.
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How to Get There.
- 16th January 2012:Call for Abstracts Opens
- 27th February 2012 Registration Opens
13th April 2012:Deadline for Abstract Submissions: Extended to 27th April
- 28th May 2012: Notification of Abstract Acceptance for Presentation at the Conference
- 30-31st August 2012: AISHE Conference dates.
AISHE 2012 keynote speakers
Tara Brabazon is Professor of Creative Media and Head of Photography and Creative Media at the University of Bolton… Read More
AISHE-C 2012 Conference Committee
- Ellen Breen, Dublin City University (Treasurer)
- Linda Joan Carey, Queen’s University Belfast
- Alison Clancy, University College Dublin
- John Dallat, Dundalk Institute of Technology
- Alison Farrell, NUI Maynooth
- Helen Guerin, University College Dublin (President)
- Dr. Jean Hughes, Dublin City University (Vice President)
- Sylvia Huntley-Moore, Trinity College Dublin
- Ekaterina Kozina, Dublin City University
- Saranne Magennis, NUI Maynooth
- Moira Maguire, Dundalk Institute of Technology
- Prof. Barry McMullin, Dublin City University
- Shelley Tracey, Queen’s University Belfast (Secretary)
- Conference Administrator: Linda King (firstname.lastname@example.org)
DCU is located a short distance from Dublin city centre, Dublin Airport and the M50 and M1 motorways. The conference will be taking place in the School of Nursing at DCU, directly beside the main campus entrance on Collins Avenue.