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Hard cop and soft cop : peer feedback in creative writing.
(National Association of Writers in Education, 2011)
The eternal stew
For me, the most important photograph of Women's Olympic Participation: the 1912 British 4 x100 freestyle relay team.
The presentation explores a well-known but often taken for granted photograph showing swimmers of 1912 wearing revealing swimsuits. It argues that competitive principles rather than modesty defined the appearance and ...
La peur de la pénalité chez le joueur de rugby : histoire et diffusion du sport
(Presses Universitaires de France, 2011)
George Geary: One of the Most Widely Travelled Cricketers of His Time
(Leicester's Sporting Heroes, 2011-02)
George Geary, a Leicestershire County Cricket Club all-rounder was one of the most widely travelled cricketers of his day. He went on to coach at Charterhouse, including among other people, the future England captain Peter ...
The Next Trend in Design
(Design Management Institute, 2011-10)
Just why are trends felt so trendy by designers nowadays? Where do trends really come from? How can we forecast the next trend, and be sure that it won’t simply be a transient fad? How can we make a simple, convincing, ...
Peacefully at Wembley Stadium on 20 April 1974: the quiet death of amateur football in England.
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2011)
Evaluating Inclusive Design Tools: An Insight
(Proceedings of the Include 2011, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, Royal College of Art, UK, 2011)
Over the years, there are a number of tools and methods developed to support inclusive design, and new tools and methods are being developed to plug existing gaps or meet new needs. However, there is a lack of evidence ...
Making the tacit explicit through design tools: the development of a Colab and iD Cards to support industrial design and engineering design practice
(International Conference 2011 of the DRS Special Interest Group on Experiential Knowledge - EKSIG 2011, University for the Creative Art, Farnham, UK, 2011)