Team: Staff Development
Sarah Goodier is a research and evaluation advisor on the IDRC-funded project: Research on Open Education Resources for Development (ROER4D). Her evaluation role is to work with the ROER4D co-ordination team in developing and implementing the evaluation strategy for the ROER4D project. She is supported in this evaluation facilitation by the IDRC-funded DECI-2 project in building capacity in Utilization Focused Evaluation (UFE).
In terms of her research role, Sarah is looking into the funding flow from public sources into educational resource acquisition and development for ROER4D sub-project 11 entitled “Mapping public funding for education in Africa: The Road for OER advocacy and policy development”. In addition to her MPhil in Programme Evaluation, Sarah holds an MSc in Molecular and Cell Biology and has a background in evolutionary genetics.
Room 7.45.2, Floor 7, PD Hahn Building
Czerniewicz,L; Goodier, S and Morrell, R (2016): Southern knowledge online? Climate change research discoverability and communication practices, in Information, Communication & Society, DOI: 10.1080/1369118X.2016.1168473 Postprint at http://goo.gl/8Pvw2U
Goodier, S; Field C & Goodman, S. (2016) The role of evidence in close-up higher education research: Towards evaluations of social justice programmes in higher education.
Goodier, S; Field, C & Goodman, S. (2016) The role of evidence in close-up higher education research: Towards evaluations of social justice programmes in higher education. 2016 Higher Education Close Up Conference, Lancaster, United Kingdom, 18-20 July.
Sarah Goodier: orcid.org/0000-0002-5272-7549