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Why Care About Robots? Empathy, Moral Standing, and the Language of Suffering

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Is Science Really What Naturalism Says it is?

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Probing Cognitive Enhancements of Social “Resonance” – Towards a Aesthetic Community of Sensing and Making Music Together

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The co-creation of a video to inspire humanitarianism: How an Educational Entrepreneurial approach inspired humanitarian workers to be mindfully innovative whilst working with technology.

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A brave new world: considering the pedagogic potential of Virtual World Field Trips (VWFTs) in initial teacher education

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The transformative potential of action research and ICT in the Second Language (L2) classroom

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Digital Geogames to foster local biodiversity

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Re-thinking professional development and accountability: towards a more educational training practice

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An intuitive approach to learning delivery in Higher Education

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