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Organisation of research groups

The Faculty has revised the guidelines for the faculty research groups approved by the Dean. The guidelines are the basis for establishing the new faculty research groups from 1 July 2018.

The system with faculty research groups were established in 2006 through an application driven process in which individual scientists joined professional forces across institutional boundaries. The research groups were evaluated and revised in 2010, 2013 and 2015, then for three years with further prolonging until 1 July 2018. 

The Faculty research groups from 1 July 2018

The research groups established form 01.07.2018  were evaluated on the basis of the revised guidelines approved by the Dean in spring 2018, please find the guidelines for the faculty research groups.

An overview of the research groups, including one start-up group, established from 01.07.2018, on the basis of the new guidelines approved by the Dean, you will find below:  

CLEG - Curriculum Studies, Leadership and Educational Governance LIDA - Living and Learning in the Digital Age
ComPros - Communicative Processes LiNCon - Literacy and Numeracy in Context
COSER - Challenges of Sustainability in Educational Research Psykososiale vansker
FREMO - Frontier Research in Educational Measurement TEPEC - Teachers’ Professional Development and Educational Change
HUMSTUD - Humaniorastudier i pedagogikk TextDIM - Tekstforståelse - utvikling, opplæring og multiple tekster
HEDWORK - Knowledge, Learning and Governance: Studies in higher education and work SISCO - Studies of Instruction across Subjects and Competences
LEA - Large-scale Educational Assessment LeMoWe (oppstartgruppe) - Læring, motivasjon og trivsel

These faculty research groups sent their applications to the head of the department the research group would have their host department within the deadline 01.06.2018 and thereafter established with approval from the Dean 01.07.2018.




Published Feb. 12, 2018 4:23 PM - Last modified Oct. 5, 2018 4:31 PM