Therese Grohnert receives Best Paper Award of the EARLI Special Interest Group 14 “Learning and Professional Development”

Therese Grohnert receive the Best Paper Award of the EARLI Special Interest Group 14 “Learning and Professional Development”. Her paper, entitled "Uninformed and Unaware - Enabling Professionals to Make Informed Judgments in Low-Validity Environments”- co-authored by Prof Roger Meuwissen (Department of Accounting & Information Management) and Prof Wim Gijselaers (Department of Educational Research and Development) – was presented at the 7th EARLI SIG 14 Conference on Learning and Professional Development. University of Oslo, Norway, August 27-29, 2014. The award honors outstanding research on Learning and Professional Development. Therese received the award at the 16th (August 25-29, 2015) Biennial EARLI conference for Research on Learning and Instruction at Cyprus.

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