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Arnott, Lorna and Grogan, Deirdre and Duncan, Pauline (2015) Lessons from using iPads to understand young children's creativity. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 17 (2). ISSN 1463-9491 (In Press)
Arnott, Lorna (2013) Are we allowed to blink? Young children’s leadership and ownership while mediating interactions around technologies. International Journal of Early Years Education, 21 (1). pp. 97-115. ISSN 0966-9760
Conference or Workshop Item
Arnott, Lorna and Grogan, Deirdre and Duncan, Pauline (2014) Exploring children's creative play with traditional and technological construction resources. In: 24th European Early Childhood Educational Research Association Conference, 2014-09-07 - 2014-09-10, Greece.
Arnott, Lorna and Grogan, Deirdre and Duncan, Pauline (2013) Children as competent and autonomous research participants : piloting self-initiated video diaries to understand young children’s perspectives of creativity. In: European Early Childhood Educational Research Association Conference, 2013-08-28 - 2013-08-31, Estonia.
Arnott, Lorna (2012) The role of the techno-ecological environment on children’s social interactions in preschool. In: European Early Childhood Educational Research Association Conference, 2012-08-29 - 2012-09-01, Portugal.
Arnott, Lorna (2010) The (in-)visibility of turn-taking rules in preschool playrooms and the impact of this on children’s perceptions of technology use. In: American Educational Research Association, Annual Meeting, 2010-04-30 - 2010-05-04.
Arnott, Lorna (2010) Young children mediating social interactions around technology : a complex social dynamic. In: International Conference on Interpersonal Relationships in Education (ICIRE), 2010-04-28 - 2010-04-29, Hotel Boulderado.
Arnott, Lorna (2009) Children should be involved in research design : even in early years? In: European Early Childhood Educational Research Association Conference, 2009-08-26 - 2009-09-29, Palais des Congrès of the European Union, Strasbourg, France.
Savage, Lorna (2011) Exploring young children’s social interactions in technology-rich preschool environments. PhD thesis, University of Stirling.