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Literacy Lab

Literacy Lab

Collaborative research practices, to understand and improve children and young people's literacy experiences and outcomes

Talks

Access to talks by Literacy Lab members within the last year can be found here:

UKLA Participatory Approaches to Literacy Research SIG, February 2024

Charlotte, Webber, Convening a young people’s advisory panel: UKLA SIG guest lecture

School Libraries Association, January 2024

Charlotte Webber, The Young People’s Reading Project: SLA-Jan 24-Young Peoples Reading Project

School Libraries Association, September 2023

Sarah McGeown, Love to Read: Research insights for school librarians: Love to Read SLA

British Education Research Association, September 2023

Sarah McGeown, Research-practice partnerships and co-design: BERA

EURead, September 2023

Sarah McGeown, Love to Read: Love to Read FINAL

European Education Research Association Conference, August 2023

Sarah McGeown, Research-Practice Partnerships in Education: EERA presentation FINAL

United Kingdom Literacy Association, June, 2023

Reading Engagement Symposium

Sarah McGeown, Measuring Reading Engagement: Reading Engagement Scale FINAL

Kawla Alhamad, Augmented Reality Books and Reading Engagement: AR books and reading UKLA

Sarah McGeown and Emily Oxley, Love to Read: Reading Engagement Love to Read FINAL

Teenage Reading Symposium

Charlotte Webber, Young People’s Reading Project: Young People’s Reading Project FINAL

Elena Santi, Young People’s Reading Experiences: X

Sarah McGeown, Charlotte Webber and Elena Santi, Neurodiversity and Narrative Fiction: Teenage Reading NDNF FINAL

Additional talks

Nicola Currie, Reading and Wellbeing: UKLA Reading and Wellbeing FINAL

Elena Santi:  Reading and Narrative Fiction: Reading and Narrative Fiction UKLA FINAL

 

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