The EDU Wiki is where our community of scholars can share useful knowledge about EDU Research Themes and Research Questions. All EDU scholars may edit the wiki, and add pages for the community, and to coordinate research with other members. We encourage all our scholars to do this, and to invite other scholars to join our community.
Our EDU-Talk listserve, is for publishing scholars interested in general discussion of EDU related themes and questions. All personal information that is shared on EDU-Talk is confidential to the group, and follows the Chatham House Rule, in which scholars are free to publicly use any scholarly information discussed in EDU-Talk, but neither verbatim quotations of participants, nor the identity or affiliation of group members (attribution) may be disclosed outside the group without explicit consent, to encourage open discussion.
If you are a scholar interested in EDU themes, we hope you will join EDU-Talk, as a lurker at least, and use it to ask occasional questions and share your prepublication drafts for feedback, and any news and research you feel might be valuable to our very interdisciplinary and courteous community. See EDU-Talk Posting Rules for any questions you may have on the listserve.