Items where Author is "Penketh, Claire"

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Collinson, Craig and Penketh, Claire (2010) 'Sit in the corner and don't eat the crayons': postgraduates with dyslexia and the dominate 'lexic' discourse. Disability & Society, 25 (1). pp. 7-19. ISSN 0968-7599 DOI https://doi.org/10.1080/09687590903363274

Greenbank, P. and Penketh, C. (2009) Student autonomy and reflections on researching and writing the undergraduate dissertation. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 33 (4). pp. 463-472. ISSN 0309-877X DOI https://doi.org/10.1080/03098770903272537

Greenbank, P., Penketh, C., Schofield, M. and Turjansky, A. (2008) The Undergraduate Dissertation: 'most likely you go your way and I'll go mine'. International Journal of Quality and Standards, 2 (6). pp. 139-162. ISSN 1753-9439

Conference or Workshop Item

Penketh, C. and Beaumont, C. (2010) Can Turnitin and the regulatory discourse of plagiarism detection operate as a change artefact for writing development? 9th CLTR Learning & Teaching Research Conference, 2 June, Edge Hill University.

Penketh, C. and Beaumont, C. (2010) Systematic Quality Enhancement: Evaluating the Undergraduate Experience to Improve an Access Course. Flying Start Symposium, 10 June, Liverpool Hope University.

Greenbank, P. and Penketh, C. (2009) 'I Guess it Must Be Up to Me' - student autonomy and reflections on 'writing' the undergraduate dissertation. 5th Education in a Changing Environment International Conference, 15-16 September, Salford, Greater Manchester.

Greenbank, P. and Penketh, C. (2008) 'I guess it must be up to me' - student autonomy and reflections on 'writing' the undergraduate dissertation. Society for Research into Higher Education, 9-11 December, Liverpool, UK.

Dunne, L. and Penketh, C. (2006) Choosing narrative forms of knowledge: the dilemma of methodological choice. Open Postgraduate Research Conference: Quality in Education Research: Contexts and Challenges, University of Leicester.