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Formative Evaluation of the Applied Educational Research Scheme (AERS)

DescriptionWeb only research report on the Evaluation of the Applied Educational Research Scheme
ISBN9780755969128
Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateJanuary 18, 2008

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ISBN 978 0 7559 6912 8 (Web only publication)

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Chris Taylor
Mark Connolly
Sally Power
Gareth Rees

Cardiff School of Social Sciences
Cardiff University
Glamorgan Building
King Edward VII Avenue
Cardiff CF10 3WT


Tel. 029 20876938
Fax. 029 20874175
Email. TaylorCM@cardiff.ac.uk

CONTENTS

Acknowledgements
Executive Summary
1. Introduction
2. Implementation and Organisation of AERS
3. Research Impact
4. Research Infrastructure
5. Relationship with Policy and Practice
6. Key Implications and Recommendations of the Formative Evaluation

Appendices
Appendix A: Methodology
Appendix B: Measuring Participation in AERS
Appendix C: Some Background Notes on the Current State of Research-Capacity Building in the UK

References

Response to recomendations of AERS Formative review and Action Plan by The AERS Executive Committee

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