Research

EARLI supports a number of research initiatives to further the development of learning research in new and innovative directions. With Advanced Study Colloquia (ASC), the EARLI Centre for Innovative Research (E-CIR) and Mentoring Grants for JURE members. EARLI wishes to firmly position itself as a driving force behind the ever changing field of learning research.  And through the EARLI Awards, the association also wishes to decorate the best and most valuable contributions to the field.

EARLI Awards


On the occasion of the EARLI Biennial Conference, EARLI hands out three awards:
 

  • Oeuvre Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Science of Learning and Instruction

Awarded to a living recipient in recognition of a broad range of achievements in the field of learning and instruction including excellence in scholarship and research as well as contributions.
 

  • Outstanding Publication Award

Awarded to recognise outstanding work in the field of Learning and Instruction. 
 

  • Erik De Corte Award

Awarded in recognition of an early career and promising scholar in the field of Learning and Instruction. 


Click here to find the Call for Nominations and the full list of recent EARLI Award Laureates.

Advanced Study Colloquium (ASC)


EARLI annually hosts and funds an Advanced Study Colloquium (ASC). The scientific scope of an ASC is to take stock of an established research domain or to open a new domain within the field of learning and instruction. In either case, an ASC is a meeting of senior and junior researchers where they explore new ground and focus on both the key issues and the methodological aspects. It is expected that an ASC will lead to an output that has substantial impact for research on learning and instruction.

Click here to find out more about ASC.

EARLI Centre for Innovative Research (E-CIR)


The EARLI Centre for Innovative Research aims to stimulate innovative research among EARLI members and to help prepare research proposals for funding. EARLI will grant one E-CIR per year, each for a 4 year period.

Click here to find out more about E-CIR.