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Prospective registration of systematic review protocols to improve transparency, accountability and reporting quality

In June 2021, a two day seminar on research synthesis in Applied Linguistics was convened by Dr Sin Wang Chong of Queen’s University Belfast, under the auspices of BAAL (British Association of Applied Linguistics) and Cambridge University Press. The two-day event brought into sharp focus the work that is being done to improve and promoteContinue reading “Prospective registration of systematic review protocols to improve transparency, accountability and reporting quality”

Introducing IDESR: Seminar

Video: In this seminar given to the Applied Linguistics research group at the University of Oxford, Dr Hamish Chalmers introduces IDESR, the International Database of Education Systematic Reviews. Hamish describes the rationale behind setting up the project, the methods used to develop it, and plans for the future.

Systematic Review Mining

The primary challenge in creating IDESR has been locating systematic reviews to include in the database. The whole point of what we call the ‘library’ arm of IDESR is to make locating systematic reviews in education simple for researchers and decision-makers. To date, if someone wanted to find systematic reviews addressing a particular issue, theyContinue reading “Systematic Review Mining”

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About IDESR

IDESR is a clearinghouse for the registration of protocols of planned and ongoing systematic reviews in education, and a database of published education systematic reviews. This site is our blog for news and views about IDESR.

To register a new protocol or to search the database visit IDESR.org.

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