AISHE-C 2011: The Challenge for Graduates in a Changed World

Dublin City University

August 25, 2011 – August 26, 2011

Online Proceedings: Presentations and Authors

Editors: Linda Carey, John Dallat, Helen Guerin, Sylvia Huntley-Moore, Saranne Magennis, Barry McMullin.

Original Announcement

AISHE-C 2011, the seventh international conference of the All Ireland Society for Higher Education, will take place in Dublin City University on 25th & 26th August 2011. The overall theme of the conference is The Challenge for Graduates in a Changed World. Within this, specific topics will include:

  • Graduates for a Digital Age
  • Students as Researchers
  • The Student Citizen: Learning Through Work & Community Engagement
  • Interdisciplinarity in Learning & Teaching
  • Global Issues in Learning & Teaching
  • Discipline Based Pedagogies

The conference showcases the best of scholarship within the island of Ireland, and also warmly welcomes international participants who can share wider experience and perspectives

Keynote Speakers

Diary Dates

  • 10th January 2011: Call for Papers (Abstract Submission) Opened
  • 25th February 2011: Registration Opens.
  • 3rd May 2011: Deadline for submissions
  • 27th May 2011: Notification of Acceptance
  • 25-26th August 2011: AISHE Conference dates.

Conference Fees

  • AISHE Conference 2011 Standard rate, includes full conference, 1 year's AISHE Membership and Conference dinner: €200
  • AISHE Conference 2011 Existing Member Discount, includes full conference, 1 year's AISHE Membership and conference dinner: €180
  • Concessions (Registered Student, Retired AISHE Member) includes full conference, 1 year's AISHE Membership and conference dinner: €100
  • One day attendance, includes one day conference attendance, 1 year's AISHE Membership. (Conference dinner €40 extra if required): €100
  • Guest includes conference dinner only: €40
  • Personal Assistant to participant with disability (includes full conference and conference dinner): €0.00


The conference will be taking place in the School of Nursing at DCU, directly beside the main campus entrance on Collins Avenue:

Venue and Accommodation

If you require overnight accommodation for the conference, please see the list of accommodation near DCU.

Conference Information

All Ireland Society for Higher Education