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Evaluating Brain-in-Hand for adults with an acquired brain injury (2019)
Thesis
Kettlewell, J. L. Evaluating Brain-in-Hand for adults with an acquired brain injury. (Thesis). University of Nottingham. Retrieved from https://nottingham-repo...ribe.com/output/1872737

Over one million people live with the long-term consequences of acquired brain injury (ABI). Individuals with ABI may find it difficult to self-manage the effects of injury and it is important to provide them with the skills to live independently. Ma... Read More

Adult education, spirit and the 'New Age': Sir George Trevelyan and the Shropshire Adult Education College at Attingham 1948-76 (2017)
Thesis
Clancy, S. L. Adult education, spirit and the 'New Age': Sir George Trevelyan and the Shropshire Adult Education College at Attingham 1948-76. (Thesis). University of Nottingham

This thesis presents an interdisciplinary study of post-Second World War short-term residential adult education, through an investigation of the Shropshire Adult Education College (SAEC), 1948-1976. This was located at Attingham Park, Atcham, Shropsh... Read More

A new policy-making instrument? The first Australian consensus conference (2003)
Thesis
Mohr, A. A new policy-making instrument? The first Australian consensus conference. (Thesis). Griffuth University. Retrieved from https://nottingham-repo...ribe.com/output/1163473

Consensus conferences evolved as a response to the public's increasing dissatisfaction with technocratic decision-making processes that are judged to have repeatedly failed to serve its interests. The staging of the first Australian consensus confere... Read More

Between functions and relations in calculating programs (1992)
Thesis
Hutton, G. M. Between functions and relations in calculating programs. (Thesis). University of Glasgow. Retrieved from https://nottingham-repo...ribe.com/output/1164861

This thesis is about the calculational approach to programming, in which one derives programs from specifications. One such calculational paradigm is Ruby, the relational calculus developed by Jones and Sheeran for describing and designing circuits.... Read More