Emily Nordmann
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Ten simple rules for supporting a temporary online pivot in higher education
E Nordmann, C Horlin, J Hutchison, JA Murray, L Robson, MK Seery, ...
PLoS Computational Biology 16 (10), e1008242, 2020
Turn up, tune in, don’t drop out: The relationship between lecture attendance, use of lecture recordings, and achievement at different levels of study
E Nordmann, C Calder, P Bishop, A Irwin, D Comber
Higher Education 77 (6), 1065-1084, 2019
Numerical estimation in deaf and hearing adults
R Bull, M Marschark, P Sapere, WA Davidson, D Murphy, E Nordmann
Learning and Individual Differences 21 (4), 453-457, 2011
Prenatal testosterone, visual-spatial memory, and numerical skills in young children
R Bull, WA Davidson, E Nordmann
Learning and Individual Differences 20 (3), 246-250, 2010
Do you see what I see? School perspectives of deaf children, hearing children and their parents
M Marschark, R Bull, P Sapere, E Nordmann, W Skene, J Lukomski, ...
European Journal of Special Needs Education 27 (4), 483-497, 2012
Stakeholder perception of student employability: does the duration, type and location of work experience matter?
A Irwin, E Nordmann, K Simms
Higher Education 78 (5), 761-781, 2019
Familiarity breeds dissent: Reliability analyses for British-English idioms on measures of familiarity, meaning, literality, and decomposability.
E Nordmann, AA Cleland, R Bull
Acta Psychologica 149, 87-95, 2014
Lecture capture in higher education: time to learn from the learners
E Nordmann, P McGeorge
PsyArXiv, 2018
The approximate number system and domain‐general abilities as predictors of math ability in children with normal hearing and hearing loss
R Bull, M Marschark, E Nordmann, P Sapere, WA Skene
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 36 (2), 236-254, 2018
Lecture capture: Practical recommendations for students and instructors.
E Nordmann, CE KŁepper-Tetzel, L Robson, S Phillipson, GI Lipan, ...
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology, 2020
Normative data for idiomatic expressions
E Nordmann, AA Jambazova
Behavior research methods 49 (1), 198-215, 2017
Cat got your tongue? Using the tip‐of‐the‐tongue state to investigate fixed expressions
E Nordmann, AA Cleland, R Bull
Cognitive Science 37 (8), 1553-1564, 2013
Lights, camera, active! appreciation of active learning predicts positive attitudes towards lecture capture
E Nordmann, A Clark, E Spaeth, JRD MacKay
Higher Education 83 (3), 481-502, 2022
Data Visualization Using R for Researchers Who Do Not Use R
E Nordmann, P McAleer, W Toivo, H Paterson, LM DeBruine
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 5 (2†…, 2022
Lecture capture in higher education: Time to learn from the learners. PsyArXiv
E Nordmann, P Mcgeorge
Maximising the educational and research value of the undergraduate dissertation in psychology
AM Creaven, K Button, H Woods, E Nordmann
PsyArXiv, 2021
Location! Location. Location? Investigating the impact of status and context on incivility in academia
A Irwin, C Irvine, B Bekes, E Nordmann
Journal of Further and Higher Education 45 (1), 30-48, 2021
Lecture rapture: the place and case for lectures in the new normal
E Nordmann, J Hutchison, JRD MacKay
Teaching in Higher Education 27 (5), 709-716, 2022
The Cost of Asking:‘Say that Again?’: A Social Capital Theory View Into How Lecture Recording Supports Widening Participation
JRD MacKay, E Nordmann, L Murray, A Browitt, M Anderson, J Hutchison
Frontiers in Education, 367, 2021
Watch party lectures: synchronous delivery of asynchronous material
C Kuepper-Tetzel, E Nordmann
Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education, 2021
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