Joining networks

  • As a pedagogic researcher, you are encouraged to join local and national networks so that you can:

    • develop collaborative research ideas, projects and bids
    • share knowledge of pedagogic research literature and methodology
    • contribute to ongoing development of the strategic Research Themes
    • encourage writing and publication
    • discuss the implications of their work for teaching and learning at Brookes
  • The Minerva Forum brings together colleagues at Oxford Brookes University who are interested in innovations in learning and teaching.
    A core membership of Minerva are the Brookes Teaching Fellows, however all colleagues are welcome to participate and contribute to the network.

    Oxford Brookes has a supportive and lively research environment and the School of Education enables staff to achieve excellence in their chosen field and to produce the highest quality of research outputs.

    Take a look at School of Education's Research Blog for details of research groups, seminars, drop-ins and other news.

    SESE Hub is about learning and teaching, educational development, and the student experience at Oxford Brookes University.
    ELESIG is an international community of researchers and practitioners from higher and further education who are involved in investigations of learners' experiences and uses of technology in learning.
    CCI is a group of researchers and educators within Oxford Brookes, committed to research, cross-institutional dialogue and policy change within four key areas of: internationalising the curriculum for all; critical clarification and problematisation of the complex concepts of internationalisation and global citizenship; the embedding of responsible and ethical engagement with social and environmental issues in the graduate attribute of global citizenship; and developing a research community that shares and develops good practice.
    iPed (inquiring pedagogies) is for those undertaking research into teaching and learning, has a jiscmail email list and runs an international conference each year.
    SRHE is a UK-based international learned society concerned to advance understanding of higher education, especially through the insights, perspectives and knowledge offered by systematic research and scholarship.
    BERA is a member-led charity that exists to encourage educational research and its application for the improvement of practice and public benefit.
    SEDA is the professional association for staff and educational developers in the UK, promoting innovation and good practice in higher education.