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Lucy Tobin

Lucy Tobin

    Teachers embrace technology
    Teachers embrace technology
    Educators take to Twitter to meet the needs of their learners.
    Babies' eyes might tell us a lot
    Babies' eyes might tell us a lot
    Anyone who has ever spent hours trying to work out whether a screaming baby is hungry, tired or soiled will agree that they are not easiest people.
    How to beat that info addiction
    How to beat that info addiction
    Has your BlackBerry taken over your life? Or your iPhone? Academics are trying to find ways to help.
    Graduates help former prisoners
    Graduates help former prisoners
    Young tutors who attended elite British private schools are helping convicts to gain an education.
    Telling secrets
    Telling secrets
    A study that looks at the effects on children of growing up in HIV/Aids-affected households hopes to see its research translated into policy.
    Bloodsuckers for vampire literature
    Bloodsuckers for vampire literature
    Will the undead ever liven up English literature for the Twilight generation? Lucy Tobin reports.
    The whiff of Easter
    The whiff of Easter
    Chocolate's aroma improves your mood and lemon in your car can make you a better driver. Lucy Tobin reports on some intriguing new research.
    A new world of study
    A new world of study
    From video marking to Second Life, technology is transforming the options for online students.
    A new world of study
    A new world of study
    From video marking to Second Life, technology is transforming the options for online students, writes Lucy Tobin.