Research

History of group / Group members

An outline of the Community Education Research Group's history and details about group members.

History of group

Moray House School of Education and Sport has strong links to community education that date back to the early 1960s.

Members of the Community Education Research Group are involved in contributing to the editorial work of a number of national and international journals, research networks and research projects. The group also support a thriving group of doctoral students involved in a wide range of research activities.

Group members profiles for their research interests and publications

The links on members names (listed below) lead to their profile pages which detail research interests, publications, and doctoral supervision.

Publications not featured on profiles

Understanding the needs of prison visitors (2012)

This report presents the findings of a small scale study funded by a Carnegie Vacation Scholarship and conducted by recent community education graduate Nicola Ceesay. The study assessed the impact of the centre in meeting the information and support needs of individuals visiting the prison. Nicola graduated BA Hons Community Education 2012