AARE News items.
AARE Member Offer – 20% discount
Routledge is offering AARE members a 20% discount* on all Routledge titles. To claim your discount, please use promotional code that can be found on the members only page of the AARE website when ordering online at www.routledge.com
To access the members code simply log in as a member to this website, and go to Publications, Members only. If you have any problems loging in please contact the AARE office - firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Discount only valid on print books purchased via www.routledge.com before 31/12/2016, and cannot be combined with any other offer or discount.
The Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) is pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the European Educational Research Association (EERA)
This three year MOU allows for closer collaboration between AARE and EERA that will include mutual discounts for respective Association members to attend the conferences of the other Association and similar discounts for other activities of both organisations.
Both AARE President, Professor Martin Mills and EERA President, Professor Theo Wubbels, have indicated that they want this MOU to assist in the promotion of high quality educational research, to encourage international collaborations and to enhance the significance of educational research for the benefit of education and society.
Special Book Offer
AARE is pleased to say that the first edition of the Book Series Local and Global Issues in Education has been released and AARE has a some copies that are being made available at a discounted rate. The book titled National Testing in Schools: An Australian Assessment is being offered at:
AUD $35.00 for AARE Members AUD $40.00 for non AARE Members
A response from the Australian Association for Research in Education to the Engagement and Impact Consultation Paper.
The purpose of this document was to seek the views of stakeholders on the framework for developing the national assessment of the engagement and impact of university research. It provides an overview of the Government’s policy rationale, parameters, and key issues regarding university research engagement and impact.
Feedback was invited from all stakeholders including the higher education research sector, industry and other end-users or beneficiaries of university research. In addition, the perspectives of industry and other end-users or beneficiaries of university research will be addressed through additional consultation mechanisms.
The Australian Association for Research in Education is seeking to record accounts of its history from the perspectives of members who have built and shaped the Association. The AARE Executive is inviting foundation members, past presidents, and long-serving members of the AARE to participate in an interview about their career in educational research, the emergence of the AARE and its current role, and their observations of educational research in Australia more generally. These interviews will be available online for viewing by members of the Association and future researchers, and will contribute to a living archive of ‘stories of association’ about the AARE.
These interviews can be conducted in person or participants can record or write responses in their own time. There will also be opportunities for interviews to be held at the time of the AARE annual conference, which will take place in Fremantle later this year.
Professor Julie McLeod (Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne) co- convenes the History and Education SIG and is undertaking this project at the invitation of the AARE Executive; project and research assistance is provided by postgraduate student Ms Rosie Barron. If you are interested in ﬁnding out more about the project, would like to be interviewed, or have recommendations for people we should contact for interviews or for further information, please get in touch with either Julie or Rosie. email@example.com, (03) 8344 3455 firstname.lastname@example.org
These guidelines have been amended. For further information.