New Zealand Collaborative Action Research Network (NZCARN)
Research Group Summary
New Zealand Collaborative Action Research Network is the New Zealand hub of the international Collaborative Action Research Network (CARN) and, in addition to other meetings, it holds a meeting each year at the annual conference of New Zealand Association for Research in Education (NZARE).
NZCA&RN was formed in May 2009 at an inaugural symposium at the University of Canterbury, with the CARN sponsorship by the Universities of Canterbury, Waikato, and Otago.
We chose the metaphor of a braided river to communicate the many forms of collaborative action and research networking in which both Action Research and Kaupapa Māori Research 'braid' in and out of the flow of research methodologies.
Members - UC Staff
Members - Non-UC Staff
Noeline Alcorn: NZCARN National Coordinator & Contact; University of Waikato Wilf Malcolm Inst.
Clare Atkins: NZCARN Contact for NMIT; Nelson Marlbourough Institute of Technology (NMIT)
Bronwen Cowie: NZCARN National Coordinator & Contact for the University of Waikato; University of Waikato
Michael Gaffney: NZCARN Contact for the University of Otago; University of Otago Centre for Research on Children & Families
Max Gold: NZCARN Contact for the University of Otago; University of Otago
Jan Hinde: NZCARN Contact for The Community Research Centre; The Community Research Centre
Margaret Lamont: NZCARN Contact for Victoria University of Wellington; Victoria University of Wellington
Keryn Pratt: NZCARN Founding Contact for the University of Otago; University of Otago
Bridget Somekh: Founding member CARN and NZCARN; Manchester Metropolitian University; University of Canterbury
Subject Area: Disciplines