Seminars

We run frequent research seminars on a wide variety of themes during term time.  Many of these are recorded and can be accessed by visiting our archive.

Forthcoming Seminars

For details of forthcoming seminars, please go to ‘Events

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2010 Seminars

Social and emotional aspects of learning: Complimenting, compensating and countering parental styles

Peter Wood, Lancaster University, 8th December, 2010
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Stories of Self: Tracking children's identity and wellbeing through the school years

Jo Warin Lancaster University, 17th November, 2010
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Hallucinating Integration: Practice Simulation or Practice Innovation?

Diana Dawes Lancaster University, 3rd November, 2010
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An exploration of teaching, learning, and technology perspectives-in-practice

Gale Parchoma Lancaster University, 13 June 2010
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Evaluative Research Knowledge: Use, Usability, Effects and Impact

Murray Saunders Lancaster University, 16 June 2010 
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Loose Policy and Local Adaptation: A Comparative study of Master Degrees in the Context of the Bologna Process

Christina Sin Lancaster University, 2nd June 2010
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Biographical Narratives and Individual Learning Plans (ILPs): Comparing 'Personal' and 'Official' Representations of Adult Literacy Learners

Sandra Varey, Lancaster University, 26 May 2010 
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The Golden Age of Academe: Myth or Memory?

Malcolm Tight, Lancaster University, 21 April 2010 
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Affect and Identity in Changing EU Trade Union Education

Sondra Cuban, Lancaster University, 17 March 2010
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Functional Literacy - New Idea or Déjà Vu?: Reflections on Adult Literacy Policy in England

Mary Hamilton & Amy Burgess, Lancaster University, 24 February 2010
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Adapting Social Practice Theory for Use in Evaluating Cultural Change

Neil Lent, CSET, Lancaster University, 17 February 2010 
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