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  • Role typologies for enterprising education: the professional artisan? 

    Anderson, Alistair R.; Jack, Sarah L. (Emerald http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/14626000810871664, 2008)
    ANDERSON, A. R. and JACK, S. L., 2008. Role typologies for enterprising education: the professional artisan? Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 15 (2), PP. 259-273
    Purpose of paper To examine how the context, approach and teaching techniques used for entrepreneurship education need to reflect the different roles that encompass enterprise. Design We analyse and reflect upon what ...
  • Teaching online information systems: perspectives on the British experience. 

    Johnson, Ian M. (SAGE Publications Ltd. http://ifl.sagepub.com/content/vol17/issue3/, 1991-08)
    JOHNSON, I. M., 1991. Teaching online information systems: perspectives on the British experience. IFLA Journal, 17 (3), pp. 241-247
    The original aim of this paper was to review the development of education and training for online searching in Britain during the last ten years. The literature is fairly comprehensive in its coverage of the evolution of ...
  • Under-resourced, inadequately staffed, and little used: some issues facing many school libraries, seen through the lens of an exploration of the situation in Iraq. 

    Johnson, Ian M. (JOHN HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESS https://doi.org/10.1353/lib.2016.0032, 2016-09-30)
    JOHNSON, I.M. 2016. Under-resourced, inadequately staffed, and little used: some issues facing many school libraries, seen through the lens of an exploration of the situation in Iraq. Library trends [online], 65(2), pages 217-250. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1353/lib.2016.0032.
    This paper discusses why many school libraries may not have been seen as an essential element of education, and supported and used accordingly. It reviews the international agencies' advice and encouragement for the ...
  • Using art and literature as educational resources in palliative care. 

    Lawton, S.; McKie, Andrew (BMJ Publishing Group Ltd. http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/jmh.2009.001909, 2009-12)
    LAWTON, S. and MCKIE, A., 2009. Using art and literature as educational resources in palliative care. Medical Humanities, 35 (2), pp. 120-122.
    This case study outlines a staff seminar programme that used art and literature as vehicles to explore personal and professional dimensions of palliative care. Participating staff found the learning experience interesting ...