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Spotlight on the NUT donation: the work we’ve done and the work still to come!

In December 2016, the Library gratefully received a donation of 380 pamphlet boxes which were formerly housed in the Library of the National Union of Teachers. The NUT is now part of the National Education Union which came into existence … Continue reading

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Fictional favourite

I studied History at school until A’ Level and am still interested in the way in which is taught. Upon recently rereading one of my favourite books in the Education in Literature Collection, To serve them all my days by … Continue reading

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Protest and campaigning in the archive

IOE students protest, c1970s A new exhibition can be found in the IOE foyer covering the subject of protest and campaigning in the archive. Collections held at the IOE archive include various examples of individuals and groups who have lead … Continue reading

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Doctoral Students: Open Days at the British Library

The British Library regularly opens its doors to PhD students and we recommend you go to one of the Doctoral Open Days advertised below if you are unfamiliar with the BL’s collections. The Open Days are arranged so that you … Continue reading

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A special welcome to the Newsam Library and Archives

The start of this academic year sees the official launch of IOE LibGuides  – your  guide to the Newsam Library & Archives.  IOE LibGuides  is a user-friendly, mobile-friendly site which has the latest information on library services and which provides you … Continue reading

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IOE LibGuides: your guide to the Newsam Library and Archives

The start of the 2012-2013 academic year sees the official launch of IOE LibGuides – a guide to the Newsam Library & Archives.  IOE LibGuides  have replaced the static guides that were on the Library & Archives site, using powerful software developed … Continue reading

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Exhibition: Broadcasting Science

Broadcasting Science, the title of a Royal Society Library and Archives exhibition  in London, focuses on the question of how to  present complex scientific ideas simply – a question faced by many  science teachers, and  broadcasters  making programmes for schools/children. … Continue reading

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Trial access to SAGE Knowledge available to IOE staff and students

We have set up trial access to SAGE Knowledge for all current IOE staff and students. It describes itself as ‘…the premier social science eBook platform’. It contains a huge range of SAGE eBook and eReference content. You will be … Continue reading

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ESCalate resources now being added to DERA

Work has begun to add 155 selected full text publications from ESCalate to DERA (the IOE Digital Education Resource Archive). From 2000 to 2011 ESCalate produced and disseminated resources for staff and students in Higher Education and Further Education involved … Continue reading

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Sage Handbook of Digital Dissertations and Theses

Published this week by Sage: The Handbook of Digital Dissertations and Theses. It’s intended for research students or any student (Masters, undergraduate too) undertaking a dissertation or thesis, and who wants to consider the implications of the digital turn. There … Continue reading

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