Friday, November 25, 2011

call for contributions

Dear Colleagues

It gives me great pleasure, on behalf of the AISHE-J Editorial Board, to announce that AISHE-J v3n2 is now available at . As I have just taken over as editor from our colleague, Sylvia Huntley Moore of Trinity College, Dublin, I can take no credit at all for bring this interesting issue to fruition. We owe a great deal to Sylvia, the founding editor of AISHE -J: without her energy and determination, the journal would not have come into existence.

As you read this issue, do remember that we continue to seek new submissions of research articles, short reviews, and letters for publication in future issues. Just as AISHE-J would not have been created without Sylvia, it cannot be sustained without your creativity and engagement - whether as a reader and user of the journal or as a writer of articles, reports and letters - all of which activities contribute to a vibrant higher education tea and learning community.

If your would like to contribute to the journal in a more formal way, as a reviewer or in any other way, I would be pleased to receive expressions of interest. You can find out more about our policies and procedures on the website at . If you are interested and feel you are in a position to commit some time, feel free to email me.
I trust that you will find the new issue useful in your thinking and your practice.
With every good wish


Saranne Magennis

Editor, AISHE-J

Director Higher Education Policy Unit

Humanity House

N U I Maynooth

+353 1 7083486

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