SCUTREA: : Links. SCUTREA was established in 1971 as a network of adult educators involved in researching and teaching adults.
Initially members were drawn from university adult education departments throughout the United Kingdom. Today, with the broad spread of lifelong learning activities and international interest in adult education the membership is diverse which makes our annual international conferences very interesting and lively events. We have regular and close contact with colleagues from Australia, Canada and the US, and individual members provide strong links with the European Studies for Research in Adult Education.
SCUTREA holds a three day conference each year, usually in early July, the proceedings of which are refereed and published. Students and participants interested in research but not research active are also welcome. BEI : British Education Index. CORE. Practitioner-led Action Research 2014. Practitioners were encouraged to think of their audience and context before deciding on the format for their research report.
You can access the emCETT practitioner-led action research projects via the theme links below. Please note some of the reports you will read and watch are made using interactive, dynamic tools. This means that you may be able to add feedback or other content. Please be mindful of the work that took place to create these reports and interact with them respectfully. Of the 60 reports: 49% are digital reports15% are written reports5% are videos24% are posters (5% interactive* posters & 19% posters)7% are presentations (including interactive* presentations) *interactive = embedded videos, sound and other files, accessible by clicking links. Practitioner-led Action Research 2014. Practitioner research has been supported by successive government-funding through a range of learning and development organisations since 2004.
An overview of previous LSIS-supported practitioner research can be found here. Individual programme outcomes can be accessed by clicking on the images below: 2011 – 2013 Practitioner-led action research (SUNCETT for LSIS) In 2011-2012 and 2012-13, LSIS supported a number of practitioner-led Exploratory Research Projects with the aim of improving practice in English, maths and ESOL. 2009 – 2013 LSIS Research Development Fellowships (SUNCETT for LSIS) The LSIS Research Development Fellowships (RDFs) supported practitioners to carry out action research projects and provided the education and training sector with small-scale, practice-based, research studies which can be used for improvement. 2006 – 2010 Practitioner- Research (Lancaster University for CELS/ LSIS) Vol 1, Vol 2, Vol 3, Vol 4, Vol 5, Vol 6, Vol 7, Vol 8, Vol 9, Vol 10, Vol 11, Vol 12.
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Contents @ the informal education homepage. Free Databases. Open Access Overview (definition, introduction) Peter Suber First put online June 21, 2004.
Last revised December 5, 2015. Suggested short URL for this page = Peter Suber Director, Harvard Office for Scholarly CommunicationDirector, Harvard Open Access ProjectFaculty Fellow, Berkman Center for Internet & Society Senior Researcher, Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources CoalitionResearch Professor of Philosophy, Earlham Collegepeter.email@example.com. Tion Research Resources. A guide to carrying out and writing an action research report by Vron Leslie, WMCETT ITT Co-ordinator This short guide is written to help you approach the writing of a research report and our best advice is to start thinking about this as soon as you can and planning it into your work/life schedule.
The guidelines provide a general introduction to planning and writing a report but it is suggested that you read about writing research reports/dissertations before starting – see bibliography and our resources guide. We hope that you enjoy the experience of carrying out research and remember that your mentor/tutor is there to support you through the process. It might also help you to join a research action set of others writing their reports. The guide can be read here. COPIAN. CARN: Welcome. Hard copy editions of all bulletins can be obtained at a cost of £8 for non-CARN members, £3 CARN for members including p&p.
Please contact Charmian Wilby on firstname.lastname@example.org for copies. Bulletin 17 is from the conference held in Asford, Kent entitled: Towards Creative Action: Transformations and Collaborations in Practice. It is edited by Sally Hardy. The Bulletin is arranged into three sections (as coloured ribbons). The first element provides a collection of pieces related specifically to the experience of the CARN/IPDC Conference in Ashford, 2012.
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