British Educational Research Association
The British Educational Research Association (BERA) is an association dedicated to promoting a researching culture within the academic field, and informing guidance on policy and practice within the field. They provide a forum for academic discussion through holding conferences, disseminating material, publishing current research, and designating awards for research. The association is open to researchers from any discipline. Their publications have become a well known fixture for educational research, and provide an interdisciplinary approach that includes:"reports of experiments and surveys, discussions of conceptual and methodological issues and of underlying assumptions in educational research, accounts of research in progress, and book reviews."
Publications and Awards
- Research Intelligence
- British Educational Research Journal: academic journal
- British Journal of Educational Technology
- Research Reviews
- Research Guidelines
Among their publications they also have irregularly published material, and discontinued material that can be purchased from some book companies. 
- BERA Dissertation Award: made for the best PhD, DPhil or EdD thesis for research; annually awarded by a British university.
- Meeting of Minds Fellowships: sets up mentoring for applicants by a leader in their field, available for those already established in research.
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