The Ontario Education Research Exchange (OERE), under the supervision of Dr. Ben Levin at OISE, University of Toronto, helps to make research accessible and useful for Ontario educators by developing short plain language research summaries of recent studies conducted all (or in part) in Ontario.
If you have recently conducted empirical research in Ontario and have published an article reporting on your study, the Ontario Education Research Exchange (OERE) would like to consider summarizing your work and publishing it on our website at: http://oere.oise.utoronto.ca/
Our writing team works with researchers across Ontario to develop clearly written and practically useful research summaries that can help teachers and educational administrators improve their practice. All you need to do is send the full citation of your article to the OERE at firstname.lastname@example.org. If it meets our criteria, our writing team will summarize the article and send it back to you for your final approval. The summary will then be submitted to our peer review panel for feedback before it is published on our website.
Based out of OISE, the OERE is one of the original projects funded by the Knowledge Network for Applied Education Research (KNAER), created by the Ontario Ministry of Education.
If you are interested in this unique opportunity, please contact Shasta Carr-Harris, OERE Project Manager at: email@example.com