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Marchmont Observatory/SLIM School of Education University of Exeter St. Luke’s Campus Exeter, EX1 2LU firstname.lastname@example.org. http://www.marchmont.ac.uk. Marchmont Observatory.
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School of Education
University of Exeter
St. Luke’s Campus
Exeter, EX1 2LU
The Marchmont Observatory aims to improve evidence based policy and practice in the field of lifelong learning, VET and labour market analysis through analysis, good practice capture and dissemination, networking, learning programmes and research.
Established by Exeter University in 1998 following a successful £3m bid to the ADAPT Programme of the EU, the Marchmont Observatory is now funded from a range of sources including local government, European Programmes (FP7, PROGRESS, Lifelong Learning Programme and UK Research Agencies.
• Supporting the exchange of ideas and good practice between practitioners, policy makers and researchers• Providing on-line knowledge management systems, including a good practice database and research databases• Stimulating action-based research • Collecting information on existing practice and relevant research, analysing it and making it accessible for users • Disseminating research and practice to practitioners and policy makers through a range of media, including web based
NEETS and Young Unemployed
Science and Society
SLIM - Skills and Learning Intelligence Module
Learning and Health
Trade Union Learning
The Care Sector
Older Workers and Older Learners
Transversal Study Visits
St Lukes’ campus
1999 – Marchmont Observatory
2001 – SLIM Contract begins
The University of Exeter has been named in the top 100 fastest growing companies in Europe and is in the top 25 in the UK.
New rankings, which recognise the top 200 companies for generating stable growth and jobs, show the University placed 62nd out of millions of businesses across the continent and 23rd in the UK.
Research and Knowledge TransferHelps the University with Impact; Spin out companies; regional and local linkages; bidding support and project management.
St Lukes’ campus – education, medicine, sports science… and bananas