TLRP & ESRC  
  home  news  search  vre  contact  sitemap
 AIMS
 FINDINGS
 PROJECTS
 THEMES
 CAPACITY
 EVENTS
 PUBLICATIONS
 RESOURCES
USERS
 INTERNATIONAL
 MANAGEMENT
  
 Capacity
   

Capacity | Training | Alerts | Journal | VREs | Projects & Ripples | Fellowships | Careers
Research Capacity Resources | Other Sources | Conferences | SFRE | Health of Discipline

Quick Links to TLRP Capacity Building Resources:
Resource Contributors | Resource Index | Foundations | Research Design
Data Collection & Analysis | Communication & Impact

Resources Overview

TLRP commissioned capacity resources until December 2008 after which BERA continued with administration and development of these resources. These can be accessed here.

This part of the website provides resources for the methodological development of researchers. It draws on TLRP's extensive network to provide showcases of the expertise of leading researchers in the field. It also provides links to complementary resources in the social sciences more generally, especially AERS, ESRC's, NCRM and RDI. See also the Vitae Researchers' Portal.

TLRP celebrates the diversity of forms of research and scholarship in a complex field like education. The website includes resources on, for example, philosophical enquiry as well as social scientific research methods.

The main resource bank has two points of entry and the material can be retrieved through:

Other resources and opportunities are to be found by clicking:

For a brief account of the development of the capacity building strand of TLRP click here.

These resources are freely available for educational use in the UK under a Creative Commons license. HEIs and others can use the material to support teaching, submissions to the ESRC and other capacity building activities.

Using open source software developed by the Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technologies (CARET) at the University of Cambridge, these capacity building materials can be readily customised to the particular substantive interests of groups wishing to use them.

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 
homepage ESRC