Research Networks are flexible groupings of academic staff who are interested in, excited by or wish to explore the development of a research topic which crosses the natural boundaries of existing Research Centres.
Network activities may be locally, nationally or internationally-based and include reading groups, seminar series, generating research proposals and publications.
Artful Narrative Inquiry Network (ANI-NET)
The Artful Narrative Inquiry Network aims to re-think the challenges of 21st century inquiry and develop multi-voiced forms of research, representation and dissemination. It seeks to develop creative and artistic means of illuminating intimate, hard to untangle and under-researched fields of study.Explore all Artful Narrative Inquiry Network research projects.
Mathematics Education Research Network (MERN)
The Mathematics Education Research Network provides a unifying grouping for members of the GSoE who work in the area of mathematics education. MERN connects diverse research within mathematics education, with a common focus on learning. Areas of interest include: new technologies, teacher development, assessment, language and multilingualism, classroom culture and algebra.