infed is independent, not for profit, and cookie-free. More than a million people visit us each year. Our aim is to provide space to explore education, pedagogy, community-building and change.
a space to explore
Our aim is to provide a space for people to explore education, pedagogy, learning, community-building and change – and in particular the theory and practice of informal education, social pedagogy, community learning and development, specialist education, and lifelong learning. infed was established in 1995.
not for profit, ‘cookie-free’ and open
We have been endorsed by various sites and won commendations from organizations like encyclopedia Britannica, Adult Learning Australia, the Study Web and Schoolzone. We are part of the British Library archiving project and a number of the pages are included on the UNESCO/NCVER voced database and on SOSIG (the Social Science Information Gateway). Thousands of sites link to us (including the BBC, Channel 4, The Guardian and various educational institutions – for example, Harvard, MIT, and the Open University).
used by millions
We know how many people use our pages and what pages they use. However, just who they remain a mystery. At the moment the page gets around 1.2 million unique visitors a year. When we used to track visitors we found they came from over 234 countries/territories. From the statistics that Google keep about clicks through to the site from searches on their pages we find that 73% comes from 10 countries:
Just about half of the Google visitors come from three countries: USA (20%), UK (16%) and India (12%).
infed is edited by Mark K. Smith. Michele Erina Doyle and Tony Jeffs also help to compile the archives and encyclopedia.
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