All entries for Thursday 11 June 2009
June 11, 2009
Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/ier/research/current/copen/eaceasurvey
Tell us your 'story' - of how you have developed since starting work - whether doing the same work or moving through a series of jobs?
As a team of researchers from eleven European countries, we are researching how people’s careers are changing across Europe, and initial results show some very interesting patterns, so we are interested in your story too - please follow link to an online survey http://www.warwick.ac.uk/go/eaceasurvey (available in 11 languages). The survey may take up to 20 minutes to complete. Your identity will be treated in the strictest confidence by the research team and the information you provide will be anonymised. The results of the study are feeding into a European review of how best to support individual learning and career development.
We would also be grateful if you could forward this link to contacts and colleagues who you think may also be able to help.
With many thanks in advance for your help.
European Careers Research Team (see: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/ier/research/current/copen/ for core team and for details of full team http://www.warwick.ac.uk/go/eaceasurvey).
This blog will provide a space to discuss issues around careers, learning and identities. The main contributors from Warwick Institute for Employment Research (IER) will be Alan Brown, Jenny Bimrose and Sally-Anne Barnes.
One means of accessing some of our work is through our website on Guidance, Learning and Careers at IER (GLACIER).
As part of a joint initiative between the Teaching and Learning Research Programme (TLRP) and the Institute for Employment Research (IER), Alan Brown has been involved in the production of a number of commentaries and other resources on workplace learning.
Jenny Bimrose co-ordinates most of IER's work on career guidance and current work includes using technology-enhanced learning to support knowledge maturation in communities of practice in career guidance through the MATURE project. This project builds on earlier work on the development of the National Guidance Research Forum website to support and facilitate the integration of guidance research with practice.