EARLI - Centre for Innovative Research

In order to foster existing and forge new research contacts, EARLI's Executive Committee (EC) launched the initiative called EARLI Centre for Innovative Research (E-CIR). The E-CIR aims at further stimulating innovative research among EARLI members and preparing research proposals for funding. EARLI grants one E-CIR per year, each for a 4 year period. 

Call for applications

The next call for applications will be sent in March 2019.
Keep an eye on our website and social media channels for further updates.

E-CIR Policy

The E-CIR initiative is aimed to stimulate innovative research in an international context. By organising two meetings each year for a periode of four years, these small, focused groups of max. 10 people can acquire knowledge and have opportunities to share their findings at the biennial EARLI Conference. 

You can consult the E-CIR Policy and check all the requirements and benefits via this link. 


Check out our current E-CIR groups.
Click on the title to find out more about the E-CIR and its members.

Measuring and supporting students’ social participation: Innovating the field with behavioral data

Nadine Spörer

Ages for learning and growth: Sociocultural perspectives (AGILE) 
Michèle Grossen, Tania Zittoun and Aleksander Baucal

Measuring and supporting students' self-regulated learning in adaptive educational technologies 
Inge Molenaar

Conceptual Change
Wim Van Dooren


Check out our former E-CIR groups.
Click on the title to find out more about the E-CIR and its members.

Supporting Learning from Animation
Richard Lowe

Learning, health and wellbeing in older workers. A multi-disciplinary perspective. 
Isabel Raemdonck