This section provides links to some key pedagogical websites that inform current theory and practice in the study of religions.
- The Religious Studies Project
- Critical Religion Association
- Nonreligion and Secularity Research Network
- AHRC/ESRC Religion and Society Research Programme
- Westminster Faith Debates (particularly A new settlement: Religion and belief in schools)
- BBC Religion and Ethics
- Leverhulme Trust
- John Templeton Foundation
- University of Kent: Research methods for the study of religion
- AUDTRS Code of Ethics / Framework of Professional Practice
- How to Run Engaging Academic Conferences Online
Legacy resources from Discourse
- Meriel Patrick. Fostering Effective and Appropriate Use of Online Resources: (Or: How Do We Stop Students Copying Their Essays From Wikipedia?). Discourse, Vol. 8, No. 1, Autumn 2008, pp. 99-111 [Available online].
- David W. Concepción. How to Assure Student Preparation and Structure Student-Student Interaction. Discourse, Vol. 5, No. 1, Autumn 2005, pp. 107-119 [Available online].
- Gary Bunt. Report: ‘Religious Studies – What’s the Point?’ Conference Lancaster University 15-16 December 2003. Discourse, Vol. 3, No. 2, Spring 2004, pp. 161-172 [Available online].
- Ursula King and Darlene Bird. The Discourse Interview. Discourse, Vol. 5, No. 2, Spring 2006, pp. 13-28 [Available online].
See also other legacy resources from PRS-LTSN and Discourse.