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LINK-Wales: The Learning in Wales Network

Funders(s): Wales Education Research Network 

Funding: £38,500 

Start Date: 1st January 2009 

End Date: 31st December 2009

Research Team 

Sally Power WISERD Cardiff
Jamie Lewis Cesagen, Cardiff University
Chris Taylor School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University
Mark Connolly School of Education, UWIC
Gerran Thomas School of Education and Lifelong Learning, Aberystwyth University
Susan Wyn Jones School of Education, Bangor University

Overview

This project focused on increasing the engagement between local authorities and the higher education research community in Wales by reviewing current local authority education research capacity and activity in Wales and identifying factors that had an impact on activities, examining existing datasets, and identifying good practice in relation to collaborative research activities.

Deliverables

A report was produced for the Wales Education Research Network, which identified the findings of the project. This report can be found by clicking here.

 

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