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User engagement

Research funders have become increasingly interested in commissioning research that develops meaningful user engagement throughout the process of framing research questions, research design, data collection, analysis, reporting and dissemination. The TLRP seminar series ‘Making a Difference: Working with users to develop educational research’ aimed to develop the capacity of educational research to meet this challenge and make a difference to policy and practice through better understanding and promotion of user involvement. The outcomes of this seminar series included papers on User Engagement in Research: Implications for Research Design by Anne Edwards, Judy Sebba and Mark Rickinson and Making A Difference: working with users to develop educational research by Anne Edwards. Examples of contributions by seminar participants included:

All TLRP projects had substantive user engagement as one of their organising principles, but in addition a number of projects produced outputs specifically related to issues of user engagement. For example, see:

Other relevant resources included:

Publications related to this general theme are listed below:

 


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