What would you like to see from the npj Science of Learning Community?

Welcome to the new npj Science of Learning Community. This is your chance to shape the future of the Community and ensure it is of value to you.

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Aug 26, 2016
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The aim of the npj Science of Learning Community is to be an interactive online space that progresses the journal's aim to host cross-disciplinary discussions and allow us to bring together the findings of neuroscientists, psychologists, and education researchers to understand how the brain learns. To understand learning requires the integration of findings from several levels of analysis: from cellular to behavioral, in animal models and humans, in the laboratory and in the classroom. Through cross-disciplinary interactions, this combined knowledge can then be used to revolutionise learning, memory, and education.

This Community is a place to discover and share knowledge, learn from the journal editors and authors, and collaborate to advance the science behind learning. We'd love to know what you'd like to see from the npj Science of Learning Community. This is your chance to shape the future of the Community and ensure it is of value to you.

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Warren Raye

Head of Outreach & Partnerships, EMEA & Australasia, Open Research Group, Springer Nature

Based in our London office, I am the Head of Outreach & Partnerships for Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Australasia.

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Go to the profile of W. R. (Bill) Klemm
W. R. (Bill) Klemm almost 2 years ago

As you know, there is overlap with other communication venues for the science of learning. For example, I operate a Linked In group on Neuro-education (https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4883556). So, perhaps npj might want to narrowly define its scope. Such scope, for example, might be communication about educational research. Regardless of scope, this is a useful new communication environment for professionals interested in education and learning and memory research.