Education Discussion Lists

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This Creativity-in-Education discussion list has been set up to stimulate discussion and disseminate information on the subject of creativity in education. it is felt that there is a great need to generate a contrasting discourse alongside those of ‘value for money’, ‘effective institutions’, ‘institutional improvement’, ‘target achievement’and ‘global competition’.

The list discusses language issues in Distance Education. It covers language teaching, language teacher education and general areas (e.g.intercultural communication). It works from a broad definition of DE (i.e.managed DE courses, educational broadcasting and technologies).

Distance Education discussion list

A discussion list sponsored by the Education and Behavioral Sciences Section of the Association of College & Research Libraries on information resources, services, and collections designed to support teaching and scholarship in education and allied fieldst.

This list serves the Educational Development Research Network set up by SEDA and SRHE. We welcome contributions from Higher Education teachers, developers, researchers and policy makers who are interested in the practice, research and policy of staff and educational development.

This e-list has been established for library staff working in the field of Education, to facilitate discussion within this subject area and to receive news about monthly updates to EdResearch Online database. This electronic list is operated by the Australian Council for Educational Research- Cunningham Library.

The list promotes discussion concerning issues connected with the use of ethnographic research methods in education. It is a forum to share ideas, generate activity, exchange information and experiences.

An international discussion list on the History of Education sponsored by the H-Net

Links: maths and numeracy teachers, researchers in post compulsory education. Emphases: adults, other students outside traditional education, learners in colleges and universities for whom maths is ancillary. Based on: Adults Learning Maths Research Forum, Maths Support Network.

LIS-EDUC: Library services for education
List for discussion of the provision of information to those involved in educational research, schools and college library provision,teacher training and the study of education.

List for Open Learning Foundation: Electronic Learning Resource Group to discuss aspects of electronic learning resource use & development for on campus and distance learners, to identify good practice and to establish standards through national and international research or collaborative projects.

This forum is especially set up for those working in mathematics education. It is intended to act as a means of sharing ideas and experiences, request for information, and so on.

A Physical Sciences LTSN Centre discussion list, for educational issues within the Physics Higher Education community. It will also carry announcements of events, publications and other items of interest.

A forum for academics engaged in the study of science education. The list will consider practical and theoretical issues relating to the teaching of science and the professional development of science educators at all levels. The list will have a research focus.

Forum for Teaching & Learning in Higher Education.

Discussion of all aspects of professional education & development for teachers in ITT, Induction & CPD: policy, regulation, practice & research: course design & delivery; student performance; teacher supply; funding; quality standards, assessment & inspection; school partnerships.

This list is for those concerned with the initial teaching of statistics inall phases of education. It will relate to the objectives of the journal Teaching Statistics and the associated Trust, and will also enable discussion of how to make teaching and learning statistics more effective.

This list is for people working in the areas of language and learning development and support in tertiary education. To subscribe, send an email to: [email protected] (no subject or signature).

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