This paper was prompted by presenting internal work within IDS. Reflecting on the intermediary sector and considering its role in getting research into use, this paper was born out of the question 'Can the lessons from the adult education sector on learning styles and preferences add anything to our understanding of how our work might reach decision makers?'
Hogan, C. Learning about ‘Learning Styles’ in Getting Research into Policy Use and Practice? IDS Practice Paper in Brief 6. Institute of Development Studies, Brighton, UK (2011) 8 pp.