Benefits of New Colombo Plan exceed expectations
At a time when many of us are feeling disconnected from the world, Professor Ly Tran’s research is highlighting the importance of learning abroad and creating connections through education.
REDI is at the forefront of connections with our communities and policy and practice through innovation and collaborations that showcase the digital footprint of Deakin University.
In the Australian Research Council (ARC)’s 2018 national Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) assessment, Deakin University gained a score of 4 out of 5 (‘Above world standard’) for Education, illustrating the capacity, reputation and impact of Deakin's educational researchers.
In its inaugural Engagement and Impact Assessment, which presents the outcomes of its nationwide assessment of university research engagement and impact, the ARC also gave Deakin University the highest possible rating ('High') for research impact in the discipline of Education.
REDI has 45+ actively involved researchers aligned to four major research focus areas. We are generating distinctive, high quality and impactful 'research for education' rather than 'research on education'.
Our four research themes are:
- Diversity and Social Justice in Education
- Education Governance and Policy for Sustainable Societies
- Learners in a Digital World
- STEM Education for Sustainable Futures
If you are REDI member you can log onto our intranet using the link below.
One of our key goals is to ensure that our knowledge is translated into practice and that we ask the big questions of educational research
Alfred Deakin Professor Julianne Moss
Research for Educational Impact (REDI)
Enquiries:+ 61 3 9246 8185 or +61 3 9244 6597
221 Burwood Highway
Burwood, Victoria 3125