EDRA Knowledge Networks are topic area interest groups that have formed to create community and share knowledge around a specific environment, behavior, design, or practice topic. EDRA’s knowledge-based networks serve as an informal means to engage in collaboration and leverage EDRA’s expertise.
Joining a Knowledge Network
All EDRA members are welcome and encouraged to join Knowledge Networks related to their own interest areas. To join a Network, simply click on the group of your choice below. You’ll then have the option to join the group if you so desire.
Creating a Knowledge Network
Any set of EDRA members may create a Knowledge Network. Networks receive a small amount of financial support from EDRA, an online resource and discussion center housed on the EDRA website, and support for membership management. Many Networks organize "tracks" of related presentations at the EDRA conference or an Intensive track on the day preceding the conference. If you are interested in creating an EDRA Knowledge Network, please click here to read our Network Policies and Procedures.
EDRA Knowledge Networks are comprised of individuals who share interest in a particular area of research or practice. Network membership is a great way to make contacts and share knowledge. If you wish to change your Network membership, you may do so at any time. Network membership is free to all EDRA members. EDRA’s Knowledge Networks include: