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Some guidance on conducting and reporting qualitative studies
This paper sets out to address the problem of the imbalance between the number of quantitative and qualitative articles published in highly ranked research journals, by providing guidelines for theExpand
Moving education into the digital age: the contribution of teachers' professional development
The authors concluded that effective TPD requires changes at several levels of educational systems (political, institutional and individual), and that ICTs should be seen as an opportunity for introducing new goals, structures and roles that support these changes. Expand
Conceptualising Computer Use in Education: Introducing the Computer Practice Framework (CPF)
There is a growing need to be able to enhance the impact of investing in computer use in education at all levels. The article suggests that one way to approach this problem is through looking at theExpand
Exploring the educational potential of virtual worlds - Some reflections from the SPP
  • P. Twining
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • Br. J. Educ. Technol.
  • 1 May 2009
Questions are raised about the extent to which pedagogical practices will change in the future as a result of the opportunities offered by virtual worlds, which leads to consideration of three dimensions of practice that emerged from the SPP. Expand
Prenatal diagnosis of fetal abdominal lymphangioma by ultrasonography
A case of abdominal lymphangioma in a fetus together with a review of the literature is presented and serial ultrasonography demonstrated rapid growth with extension into the lower extremity. Expand
The Prevalence of Disc Degeneration Associated with Neural Arch Defects of the Lumbar Spine Assessed by Magnetic Resonance Imaging
The results suggest that a neural arch defect is associated with an increased prevalence of disc degeneration, which is greater than is seen In a normal aging population. Expand
Learners reconceptualising education: widening participation through creative engagement?
Engaging imaginatively with how education is manifested is necessary for providers both in higher education and in preceding contexts and phases. Fostering dispositions for creativity in dynamicExpand