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  1. Print Books 10 items
    1. Adults count too: mathematics for empowerment - Roseanne Benn, National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (England and Wales) 1997

      Book 

    2. Adult numeracy: review of research and related literature - Diana Coben, Dhamma Colwell, National Research and Development Centre for Adult Literacy and Numeracy 2003

      Book  Also available online - see below under web sites

    3. "Beyond the daily application": making numeracy teaching meaningful to adult learners - Jon Swain, National Research and Development Centre for Adult Literacy and Numeracy 2005

      Book  Also available online - see below under web sites

    4. Collaborative learning in mathematics: a challenge to our beliefs and practices - Malcolm Swan, National Research and Development Centre for Adult Literacy and Numeracy, National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (England and Wales) 2006

      Book 

    5. Teaching adult numeracy: principles & practice 2013

      Book  Also available as an e-book

    6. Language for learning mathematics: assessment for learning in practice - Clare S. Lee 2006

      Book  Also available as an e-book

    7. Mathematics for dyslexics: including dyscalculia - Stephen J. Chinn, J. Richard Ashcroft 2007

      Book  Also available as an e-book

    8. Training to teach adults mathematics - Graham Griffiths, Jackie Adams, Brian Creese 2014

      Book  Also available as an e-book

  2. Ebooks 7 items
    Off-campus access to ebooks may involve some extra steps: MyiLibrary – ignore the MyiLibrary login boxes; select UK Access Management Federation, locate University of Bolton and login. Ebsco (Netlibrary) – ignore the Ebsco login boxes; select Shibboleth then find UK Higher Education and University of Bolton to login
  3. Journals 7 items
    1. MATHEMATICAL RESILIENCE - Johnston-Wilder, Sue May 2010

      Article 

  4. Websites 25 items
  5. Researching for assignments 1 item
    As well as the recommended resources above. You will need additional academic information from books and especially journals. Academic databases contain articles from thousands of journals. There are several databases relevant to your subject, however, you can use our search engine Discover@Bolton to search most of them simultaneously. If you would like to see a list of relevant individual databases go to your subject guide page - see link in Library Support section
  6. Academic Databases 4 items
  7. Library Support 2 items
    1. LEAP Online

      Webpage  LEAP Online (formerly BISSTO) contains information on the skills you need to achieve to complete your studies. You may find the section on referencing particularly useful.

    2. Subject Guides: Teacher Training:

      Webpage  Access information and help regarding resources relevant to your subject here.

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