Centre for Adult Continuing Education

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  • Johnson, Matthew; Danvers, Emily; Hinton-Smith, Tamsin; Atkinson, Kate; Bowden, Gareth; Foster, John; Garner, Kristina; Garrud, Paul; Greaves, Sarah; Harris, Patricia; Hejmadi, Momna; Hill, David; Hughes, Gwen; Jackson, Louise; O'Sullivan, Angela; Ó Tuama, Séamus; Perez Brown, Pilar; Philipson, Pete; Ravenscroft, Simon; Rhys, Mirain; Ritchie, Tom; Talbot, Jon; Walker, David; Watson, Jon; Williams, Myfanwy; Williams, Sharon (Taylor & Francis Group, 2019-02-04)
    How should academic staff engage in outreach with communities outside of the university? The need of academics to answer this question has intensified in the UK given the changing priorities of academic job roles, shaped ...
  • Fox, Siobhán; Kenny, Lorna; Day, Mary Rose; O'Connell, Cathal; Finnerty, Joe; Timmons, Suzanne (Sage Publications, 2017-04-10)
    Objective: Our home can have a major impact on our physical and mental health; this is particularly true for older people who may spend more time at home. Older people in social (i.e., public) housing are particularly ...
  • Cronin, James G. R. (Maney Publishing, 2010-03)
    This book asks: how do digital images function as cultural artefacts? And how have these artefacts been appropriated and managed by libraries, galleries and museums, systems Terras defines as 'memory institutions'? Important ...
  • Cronin, James G. R. (Maney Publishing, 2011-03)
    This is an invited essay review of titles and new editions on media culture published by MIT Press. The titles are Caleb Kelly Cracked Media: The Sound of Malfunction (MIT Press, 2009); Paul Virilio The Aesthetics of ...
  • Cronin, James G. R. (NAIRTL, 2010-10)
    The Educause Horizon Report (http://wp.nmc.org/horizon2009/) argues that while web-based tools are rapidly becoming standard in education and in the workplace and technologically mediated communication is the norm, fluency ...

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