11 Works

The Avant-Gardes and Speculative Technology (AGAST) Project: ARC-T Reading Machine Research, Session 3

Eric White & John Twycross
This record contains the captured audio/video interactions of the AGAST project team members, with members of the general public, and the public's engagement with the topic of research. Investigation into past reading technology, while speculating how emerging technology might affect how the public interacts with reading in the future, is the intended focus of the collected data. Public exposure to previously unheard of reading technologies resulted in members of the public thinking and conveying thoughts...

Drs of Mentoring Podcast 1

JM Gannon & R Washington
This is the first in the series of podcasts by the Drs of Mentoring. We're part of the STAMINa Mentoring Network and the podcasts are based upon the research we undertake on formal mentoringschemes and their management. These podcasts aim to share our research and support mentoring scheme coordinators.

The Appointment and Removal of the Head of Government of the Kiribati Republic

Peter W Edge, Jennifer Corrin & Claire de Than
This report examines the unique arrangements for the appointment and removal of the President of the Pacific state of Kiribati, in the context of political, historical and social factors. It outlines the potential for similar mechanisms to be introduced in the Isle of Man, while remaining aware of the significance of the constitutional, geographical and cultural differences between the two jurisdictions. The report concludes that the dual effect of a vote of no confidence in...

Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre Podcast: Peter Bearder talks to Niall Munro

Niall Munro & Peter Bearder
In the latest episode of the Poetry Centre's podcast, Niall Munro talks to spoken word poet and critic Peter Bearder about his new book: Stage Invasion: Poetry and the Spoken Word Renaissance.

The Avant-Gardes and Speculative Technology (AGAST) Project: ARC-T Reading Machine Research, Session 2

Eric White & John Twycross
This record contains the captured audio/video interactions of the AGAST project team members, with members of the general public, and the public's engagement with the topic of research. Investigation into past reading technology, while speculating how emerging technology might affect how the public interacts with reading in the future, is the intended focus of the collected data. Public exposure to previously unheard of reading technologies resulted in members of the public thinking and conveying thoughts...

The Avant-Gardes and Speculative Technology (AGAST) Project: ARC-T Reading Machine Research, Session 1

Eric White & John Twycross
This record contains the captured audio/video interactions of the AGAST project team members, with members of the general public, and the public's engagement with the topic of research. Investigation into past reading technology, while speculating how emerging technology might affect how the public interacts with reading in the future, is the intended focus of the collected data. Public exposure to previously unheard of reading technologies resulted in members of the public thinking and conveying thoughts...

Interprofessional education in geriatric medicine: towards best practice. A controlled before-after study of medical and nursing student attitudes

Sanja Thompson, Kiloran Metcalfe, Katy Boncey, Clair Merriman, Lorna Flynn, Gaggandeep Singh Alg, Harriet Bothwell, Carol Forde-Forde-Johnston, Elizabeth Puffett, Caroline Hardy, Liz Wright & James Beale
Objectives To investigate nursing and medical students’ readiness for interprofessional learning before and after implementing geriatric Interprofessional education (IPE), based on interactive case scenarios Problem Based Learning (PBL). To determine optimal number of geriatric IPE sessions, the size and the ratio of participants in the learner groups, the outcomes related to the Kirkpatrick four-level typology of learning evaluation, students’ concerns about joint learning, perception of roles of the “other” profession and students choice of topic....

Drs of Mentoring Podcast 2

J.M. Gannon
In the second podcast of the series we explore the importance of understanding the purpose of mentoring schemes.

In-use energy performance study for automated smart homes

Kat Kelly, P. Sassi & J. MIles

The role of anxiety on perceptual and action tasks: to spring or to step

Kate Wilmut & Sophie Harris
Emotional state and in particular anxiety has been shown to constrain perceptual judgement of action capabilities. However, whether anxiety also constrains actual behaviour is unknown. The current study therefore aimed to determine whether state anxiety constrained perceptual judgements of action capabilities and actual behaviour. Participants made perceptual judgements and performed action behaviours in relation to crossing ground-based apertures representing puddles. State anxiety was measured in 30 participants using the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI). The critical...

Data for Coordinating movement in a novel pedalo task: a comparison of children with and without Developmental Coordination Disorder

Kate Wilmut, Shan Wang & Anna Barnett
Children with Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) have been shown to have clearly different coordination patterns compared to their typically developing counterparts. However, it is unclear whether some of these factors are driven by the fact that typically developing children tend to be more skilled at the task on which coordination is being measured. The current study used a novel pedalo task to measure coordination in order to eliminate the difference in prelearned skill. Twenty eight...

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