December 3, 2013

Matching Service for SCoTENS North/South Research Projects launched

In line with its objective of providing a supportive framework for collaborative research and professional activities in teacher education in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, the Standing Conference on Teacher Education North and South (SCoTENS) provides SEED FUNDING for projects such as research, conferences and exchanges which further this objective.

The purpose of the matching service is to help find partners in a relevant subject area from the other jurisdiction.

As the funding is for a COLLABORATIVE project,  a minimum of 2 partners is required, with at least one of the partners coming from each jurisdiction, north and south. The application has to be for a joint project to secure funding.

If you need a partner, please complete the application form which can be found on the SCoTENS website using the link below:

and return it to Eimear Donnelly, Centre for Cross Border Studies, 39 Abbey Street, Armagh BT61 7EB, by post or email.

People looking for research partner(s)

The links below go to webpages containing information about people who are looking for a research partner. Full details are provided in the accompanying PDF document.

*Please notify Eimear Donnelly once you have found a suitable partner, so your details can be removed from the webpage.

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