‘O brave new world, that has such people in IT!’
The MirandaNet Fellowship has established a research reputation for studies of: emergent theory and practice collaborative knowledge creation in communities of practice that we call Braided Learning. We also conduct research into MOOCs, the value of concept maps and critical incidents as a data collection tools. In this space we share our research ideas, knowledge, methods and publications with any colleagues who are looking for synergies. Lively debate is welcome.
Here you will find summaries of relevant discussions by MirandaNet members from our internal debating forum called mirandalink; abstracts of articles and publications. Members can join in our face to face and virtual meetings in knowledge creation at our regular MirandaMod unconferences and events. Researchers can also apply for drafts of our work that has not been published yet or is restricted to our members only.
What would you like to add? Researchers can publish summaries of their thesis, articles and papers here subject to peer review. Any scholar who publishes on MirandaNet receives a Fellowship and for subsequent publications and contributions to activities a Senior Fellowship. Members who take on executive roles are awarded a MirandaNet Ambassador title. Details of awards members can win are here.
Professor Christina Preston, Professor of Educational Innovation, University of Bedfordshire and founder of MirandaNet Fellowship: firstname.lastname@example.org.