Research and Membership

We are constantly carrying out research into the processes we are using. In due course we will list the publications here.

Jones, S. (2012) Uses of Communities in the Education Communities (PDF Download)
Jones, S., Procter, R. & Younie S. (2014) Participatory Knowledge Mobilization: An emerging model for translational research in Education. (In press)


Governance is through the Board of Trustees, which is made up from the Member Organisations, Associated Organisations and Observers.

There are a variety of ways in which you or your organisation can get involved through membership or via opportunities for engagement.

a) Ordinary Member
Key benefits include - ability to set up online communities across your institution, complete access to all content on MESH, your logo appears on the website
b) Associated Member
Key benefits include - Education Futures members make a commitment to support and promote your work and vice versa, your logo appears on the Education Futures website

Opportunities for Engagement
MESH - we are currently looking for subject strand leaders, contributors and peer reviewers in a number of curricula areas
Education Communities - create and join in the communities to share best practice and join up research
RaDaR - we are currently looking for subject specialist leads in a number of curricula areas

If you or your organisation would like to become a member or support the Education Futures Collaboration in any other way, please email