Your Research

In the interests of a more informed public, MCERA works with education researchers affiliated with sponsors to bring their work to a mainstream audience, thereby creating a direct link between research and engagement and impact.

We have facilitated research coverage by such media outlets as The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, The Courier Mail, The Melbourne Age, The Adelaide Advertiser, Seven News, Nine News, ABC News, ABC Radio National, and numerous others.


Please note that for resourcing reasons, the level of support we can offer in promoting your work is affected by the level of sponsorship provided to MCERA by the organisation with which you are affiliated. In general, we can only write media releases on new research when the researchers are affiliated with Gold and Platinum sponsors.

You can see a list of our sponsors and their levels here.

Not affiliated with any of our sponsors? Talk to us.

Otherwise, please fill out the form below to let us know about any peer-reviewed education research you expect to have published in the near future, or ARC-funded projects you are working on and would like assistance in promoting, and we'll review it for possible promotion in the media.

 

 

“Working with MCERA has been a real eye-opener for me. It’s amazing what a difference it makes to the readership of research by letting media know about it. That might sound obvious, but for me (as perhaps for many academics), this was big news. Scott from MCERA was a huge help, first in crafting a media release, and then in distributing it to media outlets. As a result of the exposure from MCERA my research has been discussed on radio, in print, and led to requests for follow-up opinion pieces. Aside from all of those tangible outcomes, I really value the fact that it has been my first real taste of “media training” – where in the past I’ve turned down requests to appear on radio, Scott’s helpful advice made me feel comfortable with the medium. I would now know how to write a media release and distribute it on my own if I ever needed to, so many thanks for this excellent service.”
Dr Nick Hunter
Queensland University of Technology (QUT)