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"Exploring E-learning Provision for Children with ME in Scotland" (Sheridan et al., 2013)

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  1. Dolphin

    Dolphin Senior Member

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    This lists some of the benefits of e-learning for children (or people) with ME:
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    from Other Education: The Journal of Educational Alternatives ISSN
    2049-2162 Volume 2(2013), Issue 1 • pp.78-80

    Exploring E-learning Provision for Children with ME in Scotland

    Anna K. Sheridan*, Lesley Scott, Nancy MacDonald, Lorraine Murray, Samantha Holt & Kat Allen, Scottish Cross Party Working Group: Education of Children & Young People with M.E.

    Free full text: www.othereducation.stir.ac.uk/index.php/OE/article/download/18/46

    (Anna points out that this isn't peer-reviewed)
     

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