Sharing and Using Research Findings in Networks
If you are planning or conducting a study and share the goals of SURFIN you can become a Partner.
Be the first to learn on new insights, share your findings and collaborate with colleagues around the world!
Learn about projects that partners are conducting.
Explore the current SURFIN research partnership projects in the U.S.A., England, Spain and Holland. Learn about the people, their work and writings.
The partnership network SURFIN grew from a Marie Curie funding provided by the European Union.
SURFIN offers a space for collaboration, sharing of expertise and findings that elicit research-based knowledge flow in practice.
SURFIN is a growing international partnership network of universities and schools that aims to improve the relationship between
Research and Practice, Universities and Schools, and ultimately Science and Society.
Partners study in different ways how
research-based knowledge is shared and used among educators in schools and beyond. Where do the useful findings from research go to
and in what way are they used? The aim is to understand how partnerships can foster Research with Real Impact in practice.
Watch the video
in which the research and partnership approach are explained.
Download the new Surfin Flyer
to share the Network with others!
Research Networks explained