Research networks are flexible groupings of academic staff who are interested in, excited by or wish to explore the development of a research topic which crosses the natural boundaries of existing CLIO Centres.
Network activities may be locally, nationally or internationally-based and include reading groups, seminar series, generating research proposals and producing edited volumes.
Adding a Mobile Dimension to Teaching and Learning
Handheld technologies such as PDAs, Smartphones, mobile phones, play stations and MP3 Players and how they can support teaching and learning.
Neuroeducational Research Network (NEnet)
NEnet is a group of scientists, educational researchers and educators who are interested in issues at the interface of neuroscience and education.
China Educational Research Network (CERN)
Brings together colleagues who are conducting research in China, a region that has strategic significance for the Graduate School of Education.
Music Education Network (meNET)
Building a sustainable network for music education across Europe, collecting, compiling and disseminating knowledge about music education in schools and music teacher training in Europe.
Science Education Research Network (SERN)
Exploring issues of research in science education.
Supports the development of ethical mindfulness as part of our research culture.
Developing Inquiring Communities in Education Network (DICE)
Aims to provide a supportive and collaborative environment for Graduate School of Education researchers to share and to develop ideas, eventually leading to publications as well as grant applications.