Monthly Archives: November 2007

Action Research – characteristics

Action research is systematic multi-staged cyclical process, which seeks to improve practice through the implementation of informed and incremental change. Action research is not done in isolation but seeks out opportunities for collaboration and the participation of other agents. Action … Continue reading

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What do you do? (what have I missed)

In trying to articulate the dimensions of ‘being an undergraduate researcher’ I have identified three domains of activity: Individual (desk based), Community and Work-based.  I have then identified some strands of activity with each of these three domains (with assistance from … Continue reading

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Different ways to learn and earn

The AA and Coventry University have, teamed up in a new approach to enable workers to learn and earn (this was in personnel today back in October). Since the Leitch report ‘learn and earn’ is an increasing market for HE, the challenge … Continue reading

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