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Brown N and Janssen R (2017) Preventing plagiarism and fostering academic integrity: a practical approachJournal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice. 5(3): 102-109. doi: 10.14297/jpaap.v5i3.245

Brown N (2017) The construction of academic identity under the influence of fibromyalgia. In: Henderson H, Pennant AL and Hand M (eds.) Papers from the Education Doctoral Research Conference Saturday 26 November 2016. School of Educaion. Birmingham: University of Birmingham. pp. 18-25.

Brown N (2017). Preparing internationally recruited students to become effective and reflective teacher-researchers at the UCL Institute of Education. In: Fung, D. (ed.). A Connected Curriculum for Higher Education, London: UCL Press. pp. 97-98.

Brown N (2017) Nicole Brown: teacher, teacher trainer, learner. In: Lorist P, Swennen A and White E (eds.) Teacher Educators Pathways to Becoming Research Active. Utrecht: HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht. pp. 10-13.

Brown N (2016) ICT in the Primary Curriculum in the UK. In Future Tasks and Prospects of Elementary Education in the Era of Artificial Intelligence and Information Society. Paper presented at 2016 International Conference for KSSEE’s 30th Anniversary: Future Tasks and Prospects of Elementary Education in the Era of Artificial Intelligence and Information Society, Kintex, Seoul, South Korea, 22 October (pp. 149-162). Seoul, South Korea: Korean Society for the Study of Elementary Education.

Brown N (2016) Book Review: Against plagiarism – A guide for editors and authors. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice. 4(3): 38-39. DOI: 10.14297/jpaap.v4i3.236



Brown N Whose programme is it? – STEP as an example of inter-institutional collaboration in Higher Education

Brown N Partnership in learning: how staff-student collaboration can innovate teaching

Brown N and Muborakshoeva M The reality of inter-institutional collaboration

Brown N Biographical disruption and the illness experience of fibromyalgia: an interpretative phenomenological analysis.




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