Author Archives: Rhonda

Communication in dementia care

In January 2014 I completed an MSc dissertation on person-centred communication in dementia care. My motivation for choosing this topic was partly because I had seen a need for more research in this area which could inform practice, and partly … Continue reading

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The future is… open

This is a well-worn phrase, but it expresses the potential of the many free resources that are apparent in the world around us, especially in education. As the sixth Open Access Week gathers steam, highlighting the need for all research … Continue reading

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Open Educational Resources

In 2011 I evaluated a short project that was supporting the development of online resources to be shared with the rest of the educational community, known as Open Educational Resources (OER). The project, called Ripple, was led by Oxford University, … Continue reading

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