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Howard, David (2004) Gaining approval for research in health and social care in the UK. Journal of Orthopaedic Nursing, 8 (2). pp. 109-113. ISSN 1361-3111

Howard, David and Davis, Peter (2002) The use of qualitative research methodology in orthopaedics: tell it as it is. Journal of Orthopaedic Nursing, 6 (3). pp. 135-139. ISSN 1361-3111

Mendy, John P. and Vahl, Martha (2007) An exploration of the use of stories in research and organising a conference. Systemica: journal of the Dutch systems group, 15 . pp. 85-91. ISSN 0167-9961

Mitchell, Grethe (2013) Cultures enfantines: universalité et diversité [edited by A. Arleo and J. Delalande, Rennes France: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2010][review of]. International Journal of Play, 2 (1). pp. 52-55. ISSN 2159-4937

Pepper, Andrew T. (2012) Spatial mark making: ‘drawn’ marks ‘off’ the surface – a series of workshops. Drawing Research Network Conference, Loughborough University, Proceedings . ISSN UNSPECIFIED

Thayne, Martyn (2012) Power of the multitude: using social media for collaborative research. International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning, 9 (8). pp. 25-30. ISSN 1550-6908

Thody, Angela (2006) Getting into print: advice to academic authors on how to get published. Managing education matters, 9 (2). p. 6. ISSN 14637081

Thody, Angela (2008) Persuading teachers to adopt academic theories (or deontological perspectives in professional motivation to translate academic theories into praxis). Developing a communications epistemology by action research. Educational Management Administration and Leadership, 36 (3). pp. 415-433. ISSN 1741-1432

de Zeeuw, Gerard (2003) Helping others: project or research? Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 13 (6). pp. 496-503. ISSN UNSPECIFIED

Book Section

Hack-polay, Dieu (2011) Digital library: an opportunity for African education. In: Digitisation Perspectives. Educational Futures: Rethinking Theory and Practice (46). Sense Publishing, Rotterdam, pp. 167-178. ISBN 9789460912993, 9789460912979, 9789460912986

Mendy, John (2015) Searching for a third way: self-justification. In: Leading issues in business research methods. Academic Conferences and Publishing International Limited, pp. 15-32. ISBN 9781910810378

Mitchell, Grethe (2014) The game catcher: a computer game and research tool for embodied movement. In: Children's games in the new media age: childlore, media and the playground. Ashgate Studies in Childhood, 1700 to the Present Series . Ashgate Books, Farnham, Surrey, UK. ISBN 9781409450252

Mitchell, Grethe and Clarke, Andy (2011) Game catcher: playing, recording and archiving playground games. In: Museums at play: games, interaction and learning. Museums Etc., Edinburgh, pp. 426-439. ISBN 9781907697135

Mitchell, Grethe and Clarke, Andy (2013) Game catcher: visualising and preserving ephemeral movement for research and analysis. In: Electronic visualisation in art and culture. Springer Series on Cultural Computing . Springer-Verlag London Ltd, London. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Thody, Angela (2006) The arts and craft of writing. In: Writing and presenting research. Sage Study Skills . Sage, London, pp. 58-76. ISBN 9781412902939

Paper or Report

Butterworth, Tony and Jackson, Christine (2006) Developing the best research professionals. Qualified graduate nurses: recommendations for preparing and supporting clinical academic nurses of the future. Report of the UKCRC Sub Committee for Nurses in Clinical Research (Workforce). Project Report. UK Clinical Research Collaboration, United Kingdom.

Davy, Zowie (2010) Education for quality improvement projects for general practice registrars (EQuIP- GPR): educational intervention and evaluation. Project Report. Unpublished. (Unpublished)

Jackson, Christine and Kane, Ros and Mcgonagle, Ian and Grant, Emma and Gray, Lisa (2015) Clinical academic interns project: an evaluation report. Project Report. University of Lincoln.

Wood, Jamie (2010) Inquiry-based learning in the arts: a meta-analytical study. Project Report. University of Sheffield, Sheffield.

Conference or Workshop contribution

Brew, Angela and Boud, David and Lucas, Lisa and Crawford, Karin (2011) Reflexive deliberation in international research collaboration. In: Society for Research in Higher Education (SRHE) Annual Conference, 7th - 9th December 2011, Newport, South Wales.

Carter, Doina (2014) Coordinating change: introducing pluralism in the assessment of a humanities module for improved engagement and attainment of first year architecture students. In: European First Year Experience, 11-13 June 2014, Nottingham Trent University.

Crawford, Karin and Wright, Jenny (2010) 'From 'wickedity' to tameness? Reflections on the application of critical realism to researching higher education'. In: Higher Education Close-up 5, 20-22 July 2010, Lancaster University, England.

Foo, Yee-Wah (2006) Diary research skills. In: The 3rd International Conference: Organisation Performance and Change., April 7-8 2006, University of Lincoln.

Vos, Jolien and Sisson, Kelly (2015) Re-thinking peer assisted learning for postgraduate research students. In: RAISE Conference, 10-11 Sept 2015, Nottingham. (Unpublished)

Watt, Kathleen (2005) Reconciling creativity and research: formal research training as a foundation for architectural design doctorates. In: 'The Unthinkable Doctorate' at Sint-Lucas, 14-16 Apr 2005, Brussels.

Book or Monograph

Mendy, John and Geringer, Susan D. (2015) Leading issues in business research methods volume 2. Academic Conferences and Publishing International Limited. ISBN 9781910810378

Learning Resource

Thody, Angela Making Great Academic Presentations. [Learning Resource] (Unpublished)

Thody, Angela Using visual data in social science and education research. [Learning Resource] (Unpublished)


Mitchell, Grethe (2011) The game catcher. AHRC.

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