May 2017 Newsletter

Dear AISHE Community,

Please find enclosed some items of interest for April. If you become aware of any items that you would like considered for circulation next month, please contact


Anniversary Symposium on Writing: Why good academic writers perform poorly in the workplace: Teaching for transfer across contexts of writing.

  • University of Limerick; Regional Writing Centre
  • 1st June 2017
  • Submission deadline: 12th May
  • Contact:

SRHE Newer and Early Career Researchers Conference 2017: Call for Abstracts – Higher Education Rising to the Challenge: Newer Researcher Perspectives

Seminars/Workshops of interest

  • Information Literacy and the Digital University / Society for Research into Higher Education
  • SRHE, 73 Collier St, London, N1 9BE
  • Friday, 05 May 2017, 11:30 – 16:00
  • network – Digital University

National Forum Seminar Series

  • 10th May 2017: Innovations in Entrepreneurship Assessment; Cork Institute of Technology
  • 11th May 2017: What Works? Student Retention & Success; Waterford Institute of Technology
  • 16th May 2017: Developing Assessment Literacy; Cork Institute of Technology
  • 19th May 2017: Assessment in Problem & Project Based Learning: Sharing our Practice with One Another; Maynooth University
  • 30th May 2017: Using Dialogic Feedback Approaches to Promote Writing Transfer as Part of Assessment for Learning; Dublin Institute of Technology
  • 31st May 2017: Assessment for Learning- Connecting the Professional Experience of Peer Review with In-class Peer Review Towards Writing Transfer; University of Limerick

Other items

Jennifer Burke Award for Innovation in Teaching and Learning.


The All Ireland Journal of Higher Education (AISHE-J) welcomes original scholarly work or commentary in any aspect of learning and teaching in higher education. To submit a manuscript please see

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