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Abstract submission closed on 2nd April 2008. Authors of all accepted presentations (whether for the oral or poster track) are invited to submit a full paper for inclusion on the conference online proceedings.

Full papers should be uploaded at your earliest convenience; but, in any case, not later than 22nd August 2008. The paper should be 3000-4000 words. Manuscripts will be accepted in any one of the following formats only:

  • Open Document Text (.odt)
  • MS-Word (.doc)
  • Portable Document Format (.pdf)
  • LaTeX (.tex; if using separate .bib or .cls files etc., please upload a single .zip archive containing all required components.)

You can submit your paper by first logging in to the online conference system. If you have forgotten or mislaid your password, please follow the link labelled "Forgot your password?".)

Once logged in, from "User Home", select "Author", select your submission, and follow the instructions for "Uploading the Submission". (This will start at "Step 3" because you have previously completed steps 1 and 2 during the initial abstract submission process.)


Submission Preparation Checklist

  1. Your abstract is no more than 300 words in length.

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As a general principle and policy AISHE is committed to Open Access Publishing. Accordingly, we do not ask authors to assign copyright in their original works to AISHE as a condition of publication. Rather we request only that authors grant a limited licence which is sufficient to conform to our open access policy. The licence currently in use for this purpose is Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0.

Note that because authors retain all rights other than those explicitly granted by this licence, you are entirely free to submit the work, in its original form, or any derivative work, for publication in any other context (journal, book chapter etc.); with, of course, the sole restriction that you cannot withdraw or dilute the Creative Commons publication licence on the original work, as published by AISHE.

Authors are themselves responsible for obtaining permission to reproduce copyright material from third party sources, under the terms described above, or for determining that such permission is not required under the “fair dealing” and/or “incidental inclusion” provisions of the Irish Copyright And Related Rights Act, 2000, sections 51 and 52.

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