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Brian's and Jack's paper on: How useful is the Living Educational Theory body of literature as a resource that informs our systematic review meta-analytic (SRMA) enquiries?

Brian's and Jack's paper on: How useful is the Living Educational Theory body of literature as a resource that informs our systematic review meta-analytic (SRMA) enquiries?

by Jack Whitehead -
Number of replies: 6

We are looking forward to receiving and responding to your comments.

In reply to Jack Whitehead

Re: Brian's and Jack's paper on: How useful is the Living Educational Theory body of literature as a resource that informs our systematic review meta-analytic (SRMA) enquiries?

by Pieter Du Toit -
If we write about meta-think, we have to enact meta-think in our writing. And, then, when the reader reads about meta-think, the article should activate this. This is exactly what the article does.  I am happy for the article to be published.

(Edited by Brian Williamson - original submission Wednesday, 31 March 2021, 5:29 PM)

Thank you Pieter,

Please find attached the latest (29th April 2021) version of our paper.

Brian

In reply to Jack Whitehead

Re: Brian's and Jack's paper on: How useful is the Living Educational Theory body of literature as a resource that informs our systematic review meta-analytic (SRMA) enquiries? - posted on behalf of Erik

by Marie Huxtable -

Responses to your paper in the guidance document attached. Looking forward to interaction and dialogue with you.

Erik


Posted by Marie on behalf of Erik Lindhult


In reply to Marie Huxtable

Re: Brian's and Jack's paper on: How useful is the Living Educational Theory body of literature as a resource that informs our systematic review meta-analytic (SRMA) enquiries? - posted on behalf of Erik

by Jack Whitehead -
Dear Erik - many thanks for your very helpful responses. It is the 23rd April and I've written to Brian to suggest that we work on your comments this week and post our amended draft by the 30th April 2021.
In reply to Marie Huxtable

Re: Brian's and Jack's paper on: How useful is the Living Educational Theory body of literature as a resource that informs our systematic review meta-analytic (SRMA) enquiries? - posted on behalf of Erik

by Jack Whitehead -
Please note change of title A Living Meta-Analysis Methodology. Jack is posting his responses marked in red, to Erik's reviewer's comments. Brian's responses are marked in Red to show the responses to reviewer's comments. The file for Jack's changes is called Jackchanges 240421. The file for Brian's changes is called Brianchanges .
In reply to Jack Whitehead

Re: Brian's and Jack's paper on: How useful is the Living Educational Theory body of literature as a resource that informs our systematic review meta-analytic (SRMA) enquiries? - posted on behalf of Erik

by Jack Whitehead -