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The last few years have seen an increase in research studies on the impact and effectiveness of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in the teaching and learning of English as a school subject. It is against that research background and against recent developments in policy and practice in the UK that the present systematic review of the(More)
BACKGROUND Calreticulin, a Ca(2+)-buffering chaperone of the endoplasmic reticulum, is highly expressed in the embryonic heart and is essential for cardiac development. After birth, the calreticulin gene is sharply down regulated in the heart, and thus, adult hearts have negligible levels of calreticulin. In this study we tested the role of calreticulin in(More)
The Ethiopian Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH) and the Regional Health Bureaus (RHBs) have developed this innovative Blended Learning Programme in partnership with the HEAT Team from The Open University UK and a range of medical experts and health science specialists within Ethiopia. Together, we are producing 13 Modules to upgrade the theoretical(More)
  • Richard Andrews, Alison Robinson, Beng Huat, See Carole Torgerson, Sally Mitchell, Kelly Peake +4 others
  • 2007
Acknowledgements The authors of the report would like to acknowledge the support of the Higher Education Academy in funding the pilot study and systematic review into argumentative skills in first year undergraduates. They would also like to thank the students, lecturers, professors, administrators and heads/chairs of departments who cooperated with the(More)
  • Richard Andrews, Andrew M, Andrew Morris, James Durran, Amanda Edwards, Marilyn Leask +2 others
  • 2005
The National Educational Research (NERF) is an independent organisation. Its role is to oversee the development of a coherent strategy for educational research and its use. NERF organises projects, seminars and workshops inspired by and engaging with its partners. The outcomes of these can be found in NERF's Working Paper series, copies of which can be(More)
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