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Welcome to the EvidenceNet Wiki site


This space is for people to create and edit pages about key themes and issues in learning and teaching in higher education, and complements the main EvidenceNet website. 


We invite you to browse and update these pages to create an up-to-date and applicable resource for those working in HE, whether as practitioners, policymakers or researchers.



This site is one aspect of EvidenceNet, a service provided by the Higher Education Academy

to promote and explore the use of practice- and research-based evidence in learning and teaching in higher education. 


You can also join the EvidenceNet community through our Ning social networking site. Here you can make friends with other users, start up and join mutual interest groups, and post discussion items to the blog. 


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 Please refer to our Acceptable use policy before using this site.

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