Monthly Archives: January 2016

Education around the world.

Attending school, college or university or being a teacher at an educational establishment is an experience shared by many people in countries from around the world. The UCL IOE student and teaching body is composed of people from over 100 … Continue reading

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More than just a number: bringing the content of Circulars to the surface

I would fully understand if you thought that it’s nigh-on impossible to be enthusiastic about Departmental Circulars; however I’m hoping that that by the end of this post you might share some of the excitement that I feel following the … Continue reading

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Personal and sensitive research data and the law

Much research data about people—even sensitive data—can be shared ethically and legally if researchers employ strategies of informed consent, anonymisation and controlling access to data.  However, researchers obtaining data from people are expected to maintain high ethical standards and comply … Continue reading

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Featured Web Resource: love My books

It is not often that we recommend websites but we have decided to feature an exceptional one,  Lovemybooks, as it has a link with Early Years and KS1.  The site’s patrons are also some of the best-known children’s authors including … Continue reading

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A review of @IOELibrary’s blog ‘Newsam News’

Every year, the software platform for this blog,  provides an annual report of our reach online in terms of the number of  clicks.  Apart from the comments on individual blog posts, the figures are simply figures … but they … Continue reading

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