Translational Research Insights (TRI) is a new free brief open access on-line and print journal, published four times per year, accepting articles of 2,000 words, written for a general audience interested and involved in educational improvement.
TRI publishes short articles on the topic of improving the use of good research. The Editors welcome articles from academics, policy-makers, practitioners, organisations and members of the general public. Articles must have a focus on the evidence of how best to get high quality education research findings into more widespread use in real-life. This includes how to evaluate ways of getting evidence into use, how to judge high quality evidence, and examples of high quality evidence that should be in more widespread use for policy/practice.
How to Contribute
Articles should be no more than 2000 words and should be accompanied by a brief introduction to the author(s) (100 words), an abstract (200 words) and up to 5 keywords. Articles should be submitted by email to email@example.com as an MSWord attachment. Articles will be reviewed by the Editorial Board, and any changes requested. Editors are happy to discuss feasible articles.
To submit news items, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mailing List and Hard Copies
To be added to the mailing list or for hard copies of the TRI Journal, please contact email@example.com.
Latest Issue of TRI
Issue Two with an article by Professor Chris Brown, Dr. Joel Malin, and Ms. Jane Flood entitled 'Exploring the five key roles school leaders need to adopt if research-informed teaching practice is to become a reality' here:
Issue One with an article by Professor Stephen Gorard entitled, 'How can we get educators and others to use good research evidence in policy and practice?' here: