Research in workplace learning needs to take into account the reflexive nature of researchers’ learning. Explores how members of a research team examined their own learning and collaboration through a study of transcripts of interactions between them during planning meetings and reflections upon them. Identifies implications for collaboration and learning about workplace learning. A key finding was that experienced researchers and adult educators had difficulty legitimising a focus on their own workplace learning. This points to the problems likely to arise in getting others, who do not have a discourse of learning readily available to them, to take informal workplace learning seriously.
Solomon, N., Boud, D., Leontios, M. and Staron, M. (2001), "Researchers are learners too: collaboration in research on workplace learning", Journal of Workplace Learning, Vol. 13 No. 7/8, pp. 274-282. https://doi.org/10.1108/13665620110411058Download as .RIS
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