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Feature: Promoting young people's health through drama and dance

Kerry Dalgetty, Julie Redman & Christopher Taylor

Foreword to the Special Issue

Tim Ingold

Book Review: Coaching and mentoring: exploring approaches to professional learning

Elaine Manley

Book Review: Placed-Based Education in the Global Age: Local Diversity

Kirsten Darling

Book Review: Globalisation and Higher Education in the Arab Gulf States

Amal Alshahri

Book Review: Digital Habitats – Stewarding Technology for Communities

Dave Valentine

Book Review: Youth Work Practice, BASW Practical Social Work Series: 2nd Edition

Sarah Kearns

Book Review: Family Learning - engaging with parents, Policy and Practice in Education 25

Chris Aldred

Book Review: Physical Education – Picking Up the Baton

Jackie Stewart

Book Review: Understanding the Danish Forest School Approach, Early Years Education in Practice

Elizabeth Curtis

Aberdeen Burgh Records Database

Jackson Armstrong, Siobhan Convery, Edda Barbara Isabella Frankot, Alastair John MacDonald, Andrew MacKillop, Andrew Robert Craig Simpson & Adelyn Lorraine McKenzie Wilson
Online Database

Scotland Registry for Ankylosing Spondylitis (SIRAS) – Protocol

Gareth Jones, Linda E. Dean, Elizabeth A. Jones, Alan G. MacDonald, David Marshall, Anne McEntegart, Jane Gibson, John Hunter, Robin Munro, Roger Sturrock & Gary Macfarlane

X-ray diffraction data of LnMnAsO1-xFx and NdMn1-xCoxAsO1-xFx samples

Abbie McLaughlin
A file containing all XRD data of phases synthesised for the first 1.5 years of the grant

Last step' enzymatic [18F]-labelling of peptides for Positron Emission Tomography (PET)

Sergio Dall'Angelo & Matteo Zanda
Positron emission tomography (PET) is the most sensitive functional imaging method clinically and it application is growing rapidly through the Western world and developing countries, particularly as a diagnostic imaging tool for cancers and degenerative neurological disorders. Many major hospitals and clinical research centres in the Europe, the US and Asia are now commissioning cyclotrons and developing PET research facilities locally. Fluorine-18 is an important isotope for PET. It has a relatively long half-life (109...

Trusted Tiny Things: Bus Stop Evaluation Data

Stanislav Beran
This dataset contains all data used to evaluate android mobile app and Trusted Tiny Things framework. This bundle contains: Questionnaire provided for participants Information sheet and consent form provided for participants Summary of the questionnaires in PDF and Excel format Analysis of the study Anonymised RDF dump Mysql Dump of participant's interaction with the Trusted Tiny Things system. Methodology and results are described in the associated publication.

Trusted Tiny Things: Participatory Design Exercises

Edoardo Pignotti
This dataset contains raw data (images of post it notes, summary of the exercises, study material and scripts used to devise participatory design exercises) in digital format. This data were used to aid development of Trusted Tiny Things infrastructure, ontological models and android application. Contact person for accessing full data is included.

Is Vagueness Beneficial for Hearers? Evidence from Experiments

Matthew James Green & Kees Jacobus Van Deemter
Files included: Raw data for Experiment 1 Raw data for Experiment 2 Raw data for Experiment 3 Raw data for Experiment 4 Explanation of Data:

Passenger Probe Kit study

Paul Edward Gault
Scanned material from cultural probes study as part of the Social Journeys project within dot.rural.


Corina Desiree Keller & Maria Carmen Romano Blasco
The GTM is a global mathematical model of translation of mRNAs by ribosomes. The model is based on the Totally Asymmetric Simple Exclusion Process (TASEP) and it includes competition for ribosomes and tRNAs among the mRNAs, as well as competition among tRNAs for the aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases. Use of this material is granted under conditions defined by the Attribution-NonCommercial CC BY-NC creative commons licence.

Scrutable Autonomous Systems - Aggregation experiment 2

Nava Tintarev & Matthew James Green
This data set is from a second self-paced reading experiment on aggregation that was done as part of the Scrutable Autonomous Systems project at the University of Aberdeen.

Teaching and learning with Canadian art students in North Iceland: towards the Posthuman

Kathleen Vaughan

A Becoming, Humanist Child: An analysis of Learning and Care in the Swedish Curriculum for the Preschool (Lpfö 18)

Jacob Billmayer, Martha Pastorek Gripson & Disa Bergnehr

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