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Ahier, J.; Beck, J. and Moore, R. (2002). Graduate Citizens. Oxford, UK: Routledge.

Anderson, Lesley; Briggs, Ann R.J. and Burton, Neil (2001). Managing finance, resources and stakeholders in education. Education Management Research & Practice. London, UK: Sage Publications.

Andrews, R.; Burn, A.; Leach, J.; Locke, T.; Low, G. and Torgerson, C. (2002). A systematic review of the impact of networked ICT on 5-16 year olds' literacy in English. London, UK: EPPI-Centre, Social Science Research Unit, Institute of Education..

Bearne, Eve; Chamberlain, Liz; Cremin, Teresa and Mottram, Marilyn (2011). Teaching Writing Effectively: Reviewing Practice. Leicester: UKLA.

Bearne, Eve; Chamberlain, Liz; Cremin, Teresa and Mottram, Marilyn (2016). Teaching Writing Effectively: Reviewing Practice (2nd edition). Ideas in practice. Leicester: UKLA.

Bearne, Eve; Dombey, Henrietta and Grainger, Teresa (2003). Classroom Interactions in Literacy. Buckingham, UK: Open University Press.

Bolshaw, Polly and Josephidou, Jo (2018). Introducing research in early childhood. SAGE.

Brennan, John; Blasko, Z.; Little, B. and Woodley, A. (2002). UK graduates and the impact of work experience. UK: HEFCE.

Brennan, John; Johnston, Brenda; Little, Brenda; Shah, Tarla and Woodley, Alan (2001). The Employment of UK graduates: comparisons with Europe and Japan. Higher Education Funding Council for England.

Buckingham, David and Bragg, Sara (2004). Young People, Sex and the Media: the facts of life? Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Burgess, Hilary; Sieminski, Sandy and Arthur, Lore (2006). Achieving Your Doctorate in Education. study skills. London, UK: Sage in association with the Open University.

Burt, Gordon (2003). Participation and performance. Newport Pagnell, UK: Mathematical Social Science Publishing.

Cable, Carrie and Eyres, Ian (2005). Primary teaching assistants; curriculum in context. UK: David Fulton Publishers.

Canning, Natalie (2020). Children's Empowerment in Play. TACTYC. Oxon: Routledge.

Caplan, Paula J.; Crawford, Mary; Hyde, Janet Shibley and Richardson, John T. E. (1997). Gender Differences in Human Cognition. Oxford University Press.

Carter, Ruth and Kirkup, Gill (1990). Women in Engineering: A Good Place to Be? London: Macmillan Education.

Chamberlain, Liz (2019). Inspiring Writing in Primary School. Exeter: Learning Matters.

Chappell, Kerry; Rolfe, Linda; Craft, Anna and Jobbins, Veronica (2011). Close Encounters: Dance Partners for Creativity. Stoke on Trent: Trentham.

Chappell, Kerry; Rolfe, Linda; Craft, Anna and Jobbins, Veronica (2011). Close Encounters: Dance Partners for Creativity. Stoke on Trent: Trentham Books.

Clark, Alison and Moss, P (2001). Listening to young children: the Mosaic approach. London: National Children's Bureau for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Clark, Alison and Moss, Peter (2005). Spaces to play: More listening to young children using the Mosaic approach. London, UK: National Children’s Bureau.

Clark, Alison and Moss, Peter (2011). Listening To Young Children: The Mosaic Approach (2nd ed.). London: National Children's Bureau.

Coffin, Caroline (1996). Exploring Literacy in School History. Erskineville, NSW, Australia: Metropolitan East Disadvantaged Schools Program, NSW Dept. of School Education.

Coffin, Caroline; Brook, Rosemary and Humphrey, Sally (1996). The Australian Identity: A Unit of Work for Junior Secondary History. Write it right: resources for literacy and learning. Erskineville, NSW, Australia: Disadvantaged Schools Program, Metropolitan East Region, NSW Dept. of School Education.

Coffin, Caroline and Donohue, James (2014). A Language as Social Semiotic Based Approach to Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Language Learning Monograph Series. Malden, MA: John Wiley & Sons Inc..

Collins, Janet; Harkin, Joe and Nind, Melanie (2002). Manifesto for learning: fundamental principles. London, UK: Continuum.

Conradie, Liesl and Golding, Tyrrell (2013). The Short Guide to working with Children and Young People. Short Guide Series. Bristol: Policy Press.

Cook, Guy (2001). The discourse of advertising. 2nd edition. Interface. London, UK: Routledge.

Cook, Guy (2003). Applied Linguistics. Oxford Introductions to Language. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Cook, Guy (2000). Language Play, Language Learning. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Craft, Anna (2002). Creativity and Early Years Education: A lifewide foundation. Continuum Studies in Lifelong Learning. London, UK: Continuum.

Craft, Anna (2008). Voyages of Discovery: Looking at Models of Engagement. London: Creative Partnerships London North.

Craft, Anna (2000). Continuing Professional Development: A Pracical Guide for Teachers and Schools (2nd edition). London, U.K. and New York, NY, U.S.: Routledge Falmer in association with The Open University.

Creme, Phyllis and Lea, Mary (2008). Writing at University: A guide for students (3rd edition). Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press.

Creme, Phyllis and Lea, Mary R. (2003). Writing at university: a guide for students. UK: Open University Press.

Cremin, Teresa (2009). Teaching English Creatively. Learning to Teach in the Primary School Series. London: Routledge.

Cremin, Teresa and Dombey, Henrietta (2007). Handbook of Primary English in Initial Teacher Education. Cambridge: NATE and UKLA.

Cremin, Teresa; Mottram, Marilyn; Collins, Fiona and Powell, Sacha (2008). Building Communities of Readers. Leicester, UK: PNS/United Kingdom Literacy Association.

Cremin, Teresa; Mottram, Marilyn; Collins, Fiona M.; Powell, Sacha and Drury, Rose (2014). Researching Literacy Lives: Building Communities between Home and School. Abingdon: Routledge.

Cremin, Teresa; Mottram, Marilyn; Collins, Fiona M.; Powell, Sacha and Safford, Kimberly (2014). Building Communities of Engaged Readers: Reading for pleasure. Abingdon: Routledge.

Cremin, Teresa and Myhill, Debra (2011). Writing Voices: Creating Communities of Writers. London: Routledge.

Crow, Ben; Thorpe, Mary and Wield, David (1988). Survival and Change in the Third World. UK: Oxford University Press.

Davey, Graham; Albert, Ian P.; Chandler, Chris; Jones, Dai; Stirling, Chris; Messer, David J. and Moore, Simon (2008). Complete Psychology, Second Edition. London, UK: Hodder Education.

Dawes, Lyn and Sams, Claire (2004). Talk box: speaking and listening activities for learning at Key Stage 1. UK: David Fulton Publishers Ltd.

Fernandez-Toro, Maria and Jones, Francis R. (2001). DIY techniques for language learners. London, UK: CILT Publications.

Fielding, Michael and Bragg, Sara (2003). Students as Researchers: Making a difference. Consulting Pupils about Teaching and Learning. Cambridge, UK: Pearson Publishing.

Fletcher-Campbell, Felicity; Whitby, Karen; White, Kerensa and Chamberlain, Tamsin (2007). Review of International Literature on Admissions. Reading: CfBT.

Foster, Peter; Gomm, Roger and Hammersley, Martyn (1996). Constructing educational inequality: An assessment of research on school processes. Social research & educational studies, 15. London: Falmer.

Gillen, Julia (2003). The Language of children. Intertext. London, UK: Routledge.

Goodfellow, Robin and Lea, Mary (2007). Challenging E-Learning in the University: a Literacies Perspective. Maidenhead & New York: McGraw Hill, Society for Research into Higher Education, Open University Press.

Goodman, Sharon; Lillis, Theresa; Maybin, Janet and Mercer, Neil (2003). Language, literacy and education: A reader. Stoke on Trent, UK: Trentham Books in association with The Open University.

Goouch, Kathy; Grainger, Teresa and Lambirth, Andrew (2005). Creativity and writing: developing voice and verve in the classroom. Oxfordshire,UK: Routledge.

Graham, Alan and Duke, Roger (2010). An Applet for the Teacher: Maths for the imagination. St Albans, England: Tarquin.

Grainger, Teresa; Goouch, Kathy and Lambirth, Andrew (2004). Creative Activities for Plot, Character and Setting, 5-7. Milton Keynes: Scholastic.

Grainger, Teresa and Pickard, Angela (2004). Drama, Reading and Writing and talking our way forwards. Cambridge, UK: UKLA Publications.

Grant, Janet; Jones, Helen and Lambert, Trevor (2002). An analysis of trends in applications to medical school. Open University, Centre for Education in Medicine.

Hammersley, Martyn (2013). What is Qualitative Research? What Is? Research Methods. London: Continuum/Bloomsbury.

Hammersley, Martyn (2013). The Myth of Research-Based Policy and Practice. Social Research Methods. London: Sage.

Hammersley, Martyn and Atkinson, Paul (1983). Ethnography: Principles in practice. London: Tavistock.

Hammersley, Martyn and Scarth, John (1986). The impact of examinations on secondary school teaching: A research report. Milton Keynes: The Open University.

Henderson, Sheila J.; Holland, Janet; McGrellis, Sheena; Sharpe, Sue and Thomson, Rachel (2006). Inventing adulthoods: a biographical approach to youth transitions. London, UK: Sage Publications in association with the Open University.

Henry, Jane (2001). Creativity and perception in management. Sage Publications Ltd.

Hewings, Ann and Hewings, Martin (2005). Grammar and Context. London, UK: Routledge.

Holland, Janet; Ramazanoglu, Caroline; Sharpe, Sue and Thomson, Rachel (1998). The male in the head: Young people, heterosexuality and power. London: Tufnell Press.

Ivinson, Gabrielle and Murphy, Patricia (2007). Rethinking single sex teaching. Buckingham, UK: Open University Press.

James, M.; Black, P; Carmichael, P.; Conner, C.; Dudley, P.; Fox, A.; Frost, D.; Honour, L.; MacBeath, J.; McCormick, R.; Marshall, B.; Pedder, D.; Proctor, R.; Swaffield, S. and Wiliam, D. (2006). Learning how to learn: Tools for schools. Improving Practice (TLRP). London, UK: Routledge.

James, M.; McCormick, R.; Black, P.; Carmichael, P.; Drummond, M. J.; Fox, A.; MacBeath, J.; Marshall, B.; Pedder, D.; Proctor, R.; Swaffield, S.; Swann, J. and Wiliam, D. (2007). Improving learning how to learn: Classrooms, schools and networks. TLRP Improving Learning Series. London, UK: Routledge.

Johnston-Wilder, Susan and Mason, John (2004). Fundamental constructs in mathematics education. Routledge Falmer in association with the Open University.

Kan, Qian (2007). Colloquial Chinese 2. London, UK: Routledge.

Kan, Qian and Yuan, Boping (2013). Developing Writing Skills in Chinese (2nd Edition). Abington: Routledge.

Kear, Karen (2010). Online and Social Networking Communities: A Best Practice Guide for Educators. The Open and Flexible Learning Series. New York and Abingdon: Routledge.

Kear, Karen; Rosewell, Jon; Williams, Keith; Ossiannilsson, Ebba; Rodrigo, Covadonga; Sánchez-Elvira Paniagua, Ángeles; Santamaría Lancho, Miguel; Vyt, André and Mellar, Harvey (2016). Quality Assessment for E-learning: a Benchmarking Approach (Third edition). Maastricht: European Association of Distance Teaching Universities.

Kellett, Mary (2011). Children's Perspectives on Integrated Services: Every child matters in policy and practice. Interagency working in health and social care. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Kellett, Mary (2005). How to Develop Children as Researchers. London, UK: Paul Chapman Educational Publishing.

Kirkup, Gillian; Zalevski, Anna; Maruyama, Takao and Batool, Isma (2010). Women and Men in Science, Engineering and Technology: The UK Statistics Guide 2010. Bradford: Uk Resources Centre for Women In Science and Technology.

Knight, Peter (2002). Being a teacher in Higher Education. Maidenhead, UK: Society for Research in Higher Education and the Open University Press.

Knight, Peter and Yorke, Mantz (2003). Assessment, learning and employability. Buckingham, UK: Open University Press.

Knight, Peter T. and Trowler, Paul R. (2001). Departmental leadership in Higher Education. Buckingham, UK: Society for Research into Higher Education & Open University Press.

Lewis, Vicky (2002). Development and disability. Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishers.

Light, Paul and Littleton, Karen (1999). Social Processes in Children's Learning. Cambridge Studies in Cognitive and Perceptual Development, 4. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Lillis, Theresa (2013). The Sociolinguistics of Writing. Edinburgh Sociolinguistics. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Lillis, Theresa (2003). Analysing language in context: A student workbook. Stoke on Trent: Trentham Books/Open University Press.

Littlejohn, Allison and Pegler, Chris (2007). Preparing for Blended e-Learning. Connecting with e-Learning. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Long, Martyn; Wood, Clare; Littleton, Karen; Passenger, Terri and Sheehy, Kieron (2010). The Psychology of Education: The Evidence Base for Teaching and Learning (2nd ed.). London: Routledge.

Mason, John and Sutherland, R. (2002). Key aspects of teaching algebra in schools. London, UK: QCA.

Mason, Robin and Rennie, Frank (2008). E-Learning and Social Networking Handbook. Resources for Higher Education. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

Mason, Robin and Rennie, Frank (2006). Elearning: the key concepts. Key Guides. Abingdon, Oxon, UK: Routledge.

McCormick, Robert; Fox, Alison; Carmichael, Patrick and Procter, Richard (2010). Researching and Understanding Educational Networks. New Perspectives on Learning and Instruction. Abingdon: Routledge.

McGrellis, Sheena; Henderson, Sheila; Holland, Janet; Sharpe, Sue and Thomson, Rachel (2001). Through the moral maze: A qualitative study of young people's moral values. London: Tufnell Press.

Mesthrie, Rajend; Swann, Joan; Deumert, Ana and Leap, William (2009). Introducing Sociolinguistics (2nd Edition). Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh University Press.

Monaghan, Frank (2004). Practical Ways to Support New Arrivals. Reading: National Centre for Language and Literacy.

Montgomery, Heather (2001). Modern Babylon?: Prostituting children in Thailand. Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality, 2. Oxford, UK: Berghahn Books.

Moon, Bob (2001). A Guide to the National Curriculum (4th Edition). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Moon, Bob and Leach, Jenny (2008). The Power of Pedagogy. London: Sage.

Norgate, Sarah (2006). Beyond nine to five: your life in time. Mind & Brain Series. Orion.

O'Halloran, Kieran (2003). Critical discourse analysis and language cognition. Edinburgh, UK: Edinburgh University Press.

O'Sullivan, Olivia and Safford, Kimberly (2008). Creative Projects: Getting Parents Involved. London: Centre for Literacy in Primary Education.

Parker, Jan (2001). Dialogic education and the problematics of translation in Homer and Greek tragedy. Studies in Classics Number, 17. Edwin Mellen Press.

Pells, Kirrily and Woodhead, Martin (2014). Changing Children's Lives: Risks and Opportunities. Oxford: Young Lives, Department for International Development, University of Oxford.

Phillips, David; Dahl, Bettina; Economou, Anastasia and Ertl, Hubert (2003). Interpreting EU Educational Policies: The Cases of the European Dimension in Education and the Socrates and Leonardo Programmes. Cadernos Prestige: Final Series, 7. Lisbon: Educa.

Pollard, Andrew; Collins, Janet; Simco, Neil; Swaffield, Sue; Warin, Jo and Warwick, Paul (2002). Reflective Teaching: Effective and Evidence-Informed Professional Practice. UK: Continuum.

Power, Tom; Babu, Rasel and Chowdhury, Tanjeeba (2017). An Evaluation of Computer Aided Learning (BRAC-CAL) in Secondary Schools in Bangladesh. Research Monograph Series (73). Dhaka, Bangladesh: BRAC Research and Evaluation Division.

Power, Tom; Gater, Rosalind; Grant, Catherine and Winters, Niall (2014). Educational Technology Topic Guide. HEART Topic Guides. London: The Health & Education Advice & Resource Team (HEART).

Prestage, Stephanie; Watson, Anne and De Geest, Els (2007). Pocket PAL: Building Learning in Mathematics. Pocket PAL (Network Contimuum). London, U.K.: Network Continuum Education.

Proudfoot, Anna (2005). Modern Italian Grammar Workbook (2nd edition). Modern Grammars. London: Routledge.

Proudfoot, Anna (2010). Essential Italian Grammar. Hodder Education.

Proudfoot, Anna; Batelli-Kneale, Tania; Di Stefano, Anna and Treveri-Gennari, Daniela (2004). The Routledge Intensive Italian Course. Routledge Intensive Language Courses. London: Routledge.

Proudfoot, Anna and Cardo, Francesco (2005). Modern Italian Grammar: a practical guide (2nd edition). Modern Grammars. London: Routledge.

Rai, Lucy (2014). Effective writing for social work: Making a difference. Social work in practice. Bristol: Policy Press.

Rennie, Frank and Mason, Robin (2004). The Connecticon: learning for the connected generation. United States of America: Information Age Publishing Inc.

Richardson, John T. E. (1999). Imagery. Hove: Psychology Press.

Richardson, John T. E.; Engle, Randall W.; Hasher, Lynn; Logie, Robert H.; Stoltzfus, Ellen R. and Zacks, Rose T. (1996). Working Memory and Human Cognition. Oxford University Press.

Rix, Jonathan (2015). Must Inclusion be Special? Rethinking Educational Support Within a Community of Provision. Current Debates in Educational Psychology. London: Routledge.

Rolph, Sheena; Atkinson, Dorothy; Nind, Melanie and Welshman, John [eds.] (2005). Witnesses to change: families, learning difficulties and history. UK: British Institute of Learning Disabilities Publications.

Rossade, Klaus-Dieter (2007). "Dem Zeitgeist Erlegen": Benno von Wiese und der Nationalsozialismus. Studien zur Wissenschafts- und Universitätsgeschichte, 9. Heidelberg: Synchron (Wissenschaftsverlag der Autoren).

Safford, Kimberly and Barrs, Myra (2005). Creativty and Literacy - Many routes to meaning: Children’s language and literacy development in creative arts work. UK: Centre for Literacy in Primary Education and Creative Partnerships.

Safford, Kimberly and O'Sullivan, Olivia (2007). Their learning becomes your journey: Parents respond to children’s work in creative partnerships. UK: Centre for Literacy in Primary education.

Safford, Kimberly; O'Sullivan, Olivia and Barrs, Myra (2004). Boys on the Margin: Promoting boys’ literacy learning at Key Stage 2. UK: Centre for Literacy in Primary Education.

Seargeant, Philip (2012). Exploring World Englishes: Language in a Global Context. Routledge Introductions to Applied Linguistics. Abingdon: Routledge.

Shah, Mahsood; Nair, Sid and Richardson, John (2017). Measuring and Enhancing the Student Experience. Chandos Publishing (Elsevier).

Simpson, Ormond (2003). Student Retention in Online Open and Distance Learning. Open and Flexible Learning Series. UK: Routledge.

Simpson, Ormond (2002). Supporting students in Open and Distance Learning. Open and Flexible Learning. London, UK: Routledge.

Sinka, Indra; Jarvis, J. and Lanataffi, A. (2002). Inclusion: what deaf pupils think. London, UK: RNID.

Soler, Janet and Openshaw, Roger (2006). Literacy crises and reading policies: Children still can't read! Abington, Oxon, UK: Routledge.

Stefani, Lorraine; Mason, Robin and Pegler, Chris (2007). The educational potential of e-portfolios: Supporting personal development and reflective learning. Connecting with e-Learning. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Swann, Joan; Deumert, Ana; Lillis, Theresa and Mesthrie, Rajend (2004). A dictionary of sociolinguistics. Endinburgh, UK: Edinburgh University Press.

Thomson, Rachel; Kehily, Mary Jane; Hadfield, Lucy and Sharpe, Sue (2011). Making Modern Mothers. Bristol: Policy Press.

Troman, Geoff; Jeffrey, Bob and Beach, Dennis (2006). Researching Education Policy: Ethnographic Experiences. Ethnography and Education, 2. London, UK: Tufnell Press.

Ugochukwu, Francoise (2010). Le Pays Igbo du Nigeria. Etudes africaines. Paris, France: L'Harmattan.

Ugochukwu, Francoise (2008). A la vitre des nuits (poems). Coll. Poètes des cinq continents. Paris: L’Harmattan.

Watson, Anne; De Geest, Els and Prestage, Stephanie (2003). Deep Progress in Mathematics - The Improving Attainment in Mathematics Project. Oxford, UK: University of Oxford, Department of educational studies.

Watson, Anne and Mason, John (2005). Mathematics as a constructive activity: learners generating examples. Studies in Mathematical Thinking and Learning. Mahwah, New Jersey, USA: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Weller, Martin (2002). Delivering Learning on the Net: the why, what and how of online education. Open and Flexible Learning. London, UK: RoutledgeFalmer.

Williams, Keith; Kear, Karen and Rosewell, Jon (2012). Quality Assessment for E-learning: a Benchmarking Approach (2nd ed.). Heerlen, The Netherlands: European Association of Distance Teaching Universities (EADTU).

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Abécassis, Michaël; Ayosso, Laure and Vialleton, Elodie eds. (2008). Le français parlé au XXIe siècle : Volume 2, Normes et variations dans les discours et en interaction. Espaces discursifs, 2. Paris: L'Harmattan.

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Amos, Sandra and Boohan, Richard eds. (2001). teaching science in secondary schools. OU PGCE COURSE READER, 1. London: Routledge Falmer.

Arthur, James and Cremin, Teresa eds. (2010). Learning to Teach in the Primary School (2nd edition). London: Routledge.

Arthur, James and Grainger, Teresa eds. (2006). Learning to Teach in the Primary School. London, UK: Routledge.

Atenas, Javiera and Havemann, Leo eds. (2015). Open data as open educational resources: case studies of emerging practice. London, UK: Open Knowledge - Open Education Working Group.

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Banks, Sheena; Hodgson, Vivien; Jones, Chris; Kemp, Bob; McConnell, David and Smith, Christine eds. (2006). Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Networked Learning 2006. Lancaster, UK: Lancaster University.

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Bennett, Nigel; Crawford, Megan and Cartwright, Marion eds. (2003). Effective educational leadership. Trowbridge, UK: The Open University in association with Paul Chapman Publishing.

Booth, Shirley; Goodman, Sara and Kirkup, Gill eds. (2010). Gender Issues in Learning and Working with Information Technology: Social constructs and cultural contexts. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.

Brockliss, Laurence and Montgomery, Heather eds. (2010). Childhood and Violence in the Western Tradition. Oxbow Books, Childhood in Archaeology Monograph, 1. Oxford: Oxbow.

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