• Does dyslexia present barriers to information literacy in an online environment?

    In this paper Lynne Cole seeks to address the gap in literature around the skills and attributes required to become information literate from the perpective of information users with cognitive disabilities, such as dyslexia. 

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  • A comparison of free time activity choices of third culture kids in Albania and children in the UK

    In this paper Anne Purdon (Programme Leader BA (Hons), Norland College) compares the free time activity choices of third culture kids (TCKs) living in Albania with the free time activity choices of children living in the UK. 

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  • Sustained shared thinking in an early childhood setting: an exploration of practitioners’ perspectives by Anne Purdon

    In this paper Anne Purdon (Programme Leader BA (Hons), Norland College) defines sustained shared thinking and discusses practitioners’ views of its challenges and benefits.

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  • Information Literacy in a Digital Age by Lynne Cole

    In this abstract Lynne Cole (Learning Resources Manager, Norland College) introduces her research on the development of information literacy skills in early years study and employment.

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  • Using Mahara at Norland by Elspeth Pitman

    In this abstract Elspeth Pitman (Early Years Consultant, Norland College) evaluates the merits of the e-portfolio platform, Mahara.

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  • The Historical Development of Norland by Luke Jeffery

    In this abstract Luke Jeffery (Curriculum Leader, Norland College) explores the pivotal role of Norland in changing women's lives, since its founding in 1892.

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