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  • Values-led education for sustainability: crossing boundaries 

    Murray, Paul (University of Plymouth, 2012)
    The drive to embed sustainability within higher education programmes has received increasing attention following the UN Declaration of 2005-2014 as the Decade for Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). This project ...
  • The West Europe Pressure Anomaly: 1943-2018 

    Scott, Timothy; Masselink, Gerd; Castelle, B; Dodet, G (University of Plymouth, 2020-04-01)
    A pioneering and replicable method based on a 66-year numerical weather and wave hindcast is developed to optimize a climate index based on the sea level pressure (SLP) that best explains winter wave height variability ...
  • What Can You See? Identifying Cues on Internal States from the Movements of Natural Social Interactions 

    Bartlett, Madeleine; Belpaeme, Tony; Thill, Serge; Lemaignan, Severin; Edmunds, Charlotte (University of Plymouth, 2019-06-26)
    In recent years, the field of Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) has seen an increasing demand for technologies that can recognize and adapt to human behaviors and internal states (e.g., emotions and intentions). Psychological ...
  • When Distance Learning Meets with Foreign Academic Cultures 

    Xu, J (University of Plymouth, 2010)
    The specific objectives are as follows: To identify the differences between the academic culture in China and in the UK based on the existing literatures; and to identify various established contemporary Distance Learning ...
  • Writing retreat: The scholarship of teaching and learning and placement learning: impact and evidence 

    Eick, SA; Callaghan, Lynne (University of Plymouth, 2012)
    The aim of the writing retreat was for three previous members of the Centre for Excellence in Professional Placement Learning (Ceppl) to collaborate on three research papers which were initiated in November 2010 before ...

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