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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
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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, Crete.
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, Tallinn.
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, Oporto.
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, denver.
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, Boulder. (Unpublished)
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, Strasbourg. (Unpublished)
Savage, Lorna (2011) Exploring young children’s social interactions in technology-rich preschool environments. PhD thesis, University of Stirling.
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