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Welcome to NETWORKS: AN ON-LINE JOURNAL FOR TEACHER RESEARCH. This is the first on-line journal dedicated to teacher research.

With the help of readers and writers like you, this journal aims to provide a forum for teachers' voices, a place where teachers working in classrooms, from pre-school to university, can share their experiences and learn from each other. Join us as we embark on this exciting new venture! Share your classroom research with colleagues from around the world.

In each issue, you will find feature-length articles, as well as short reports of work-in-progress, book reviews, and discussions on current issues in teacher research. We welcome submissions on a wide variety of topics related to classroom research including: curriculum, methodology, ethics, collaboration, and community.


Take a look at the Current Issue (June 2005) or visit our Previous Issues.

Drop in at the DISCUSSION FORUM; or visit RESEARCH NEWS to catch up on information concerning action research events. Best of all, become a CONTRIBUTOR: there's a section that tells you what's involved.

Join us as we create this exciting new venture! Share your classroom research with colleagues from around the world.

Thank you for visiting the NETWORKS web site.



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Research News Notes for Contributors



Cathy Compton Lilly,
University of Wisconsin, Madison, U.S.A.


Anne Burns, National Centre for English Language Teaching and Research (NCELTR),
Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.

Debra Goodman,
Hofstra University, U.S.A.

Mary Hookey
Nipissing University, Canada.

Angel Mei Yi Lin, Department of English,
City University of Hong Kong.

Gordon Wells*, Department of Education,
University of California, Santa Cruz, California, U.S.A

Phillip White, School of Education,
University of Colorado at Denver, U.S.A.


Patrick Allen*, Modern Language Centre,
OISE/University of Toronto, Canada.

Douglas Barnes, formerly of University of Leeds, England.

Lyn Dawes,
De Montfort University, England.

Zoe Donoahue*, Lambton Kingsway Junior Middle School,
Toronto, Canada.

Karen Gallas

Janet Hecsh,
California State University, Sacramento, California, U.S.A.

Ruth Shagoury Hubbard,
Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.

Clare Kosnik, Dept. of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning,
OISE/University of Toronto, Canada.

Monica McGlynn-Stewart*

Neil Mercer
Open University, England.

Kathryn Pierce, Glenridge School,
Clayton, Missouri, U.S.A.

* Members of DICEP (Developing Inquiring Communities in Education Project),
the initiators of Networks.