A group of us at the Caledonian Academy submitted a proposal for a Marie Curie European Initial Training Network (ITN). The proposal is to establish a research and training programme in the area of self-regulated learning and adaptive social technologies.
The proposal is led by Glasgow Caledonian University, in collaboration with eleven leading academic and industrial partners in six countries (UK, Netherlands, Austria, Germany, Estonia, Australia). This interdisciplinary network integrates 11 research projects with a comprehensive training programme.
Full title: Learn to Work(L2W): Enhancing self-regulated learning in transition from education to the workplace.
Coordinator: Caledonian Academy, Glasgow Caledonian University
Partners: Eindhoven University of Technology (NL); University of Karlsruhe (Germany); Technical University of Graz (Austria); Tallinn University (Estonia); University of Canberra (Australia); Innovation Services Network (Austria); Shell Learning (NL); National Centre for Research Methods (UK); Know-Center (Austria); PROLEARN/EATEL (EU).