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Preserving the past

eep is continuously working to locate and provide access to resources from educational organisations that have closed. Below is a list of organisations associated with eep that have closed and details of where you can now find their resources.  In many instances content is available to search via the Digital Education Resource Archive which is managed by the Newsam Library at the Institute of Education.
BECTA content available through DERA
CERUK (current education & children's services research) – the database is no longer being added to but is available to search at
Escalate content available through the Higher Education Academy website
GTCE (General Teaching Council for England) available through the GTCE website
HEERD (Higher Education Empirical Research Database) content now housed by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education
LSC (Learning and Skills Council) available through DERA
LSN (Learning and Skills Network) - LSN ceased operating in February 2012. The website is currently closed and further information about its legacy of research documents is awaited
QCDA (Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency) available through DERA
TDA (Teacher Development Agency) - The TDA website closed on 28th March 2012. From the 29th March 2012 onwards, visitors will be re-directed to, which is taking forward the website functions of the TDA.
TLRP resource available to search through eep and the British Education Index

TTRB (Teacher Training Resource Bank) - The CAMILOE (Collation and Moderation of Intriguing Learning Objects in Education) project will in time, be making material available on a University of Canterbury server in a browsable format. See here for more details. 
If you know of any other organisation that should be included on this list please contact us at
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