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1. Welcome (Literacy Attainment)
The 'Welcome' information from the Literacy Attainment: Historical Resources guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/224). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/literacyattainment.

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2. Education Reform (Literacy Attainment)
Information about ‘Education Reform’ from the Literacy Attainment: Historical Resources guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/224). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/literacyattainment.

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3. Spreading the Word (Literacy Attainment)
Information about ‘Spreading the Word’ from the Literacy Attainment: Historical Resources guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/224). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/literacyattainment.

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4. Shaping Education (Literacy Attainment)
Information about ‘Shaping Education’ from the Literacy Attainment: Historical Resources guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/224). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/literacyattainment.

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5. Education Policy (Literacy Attainment)
Information about ‘Education Policy’ from the Literacy Attainment: Historical Resources guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/224). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/literacyattainment.

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6. The Revised Code (Literacy Attainment)
Information about ‘The Revised Code’ from the Literacy Attainment: Historical Resources guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/224). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/literacyattainment.

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7. Reading Pedagogy (Literacy Attainment)
Information about ‘Reading Pedagogy’ from the Literacy Attainment: Historical Resources guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/224). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/literacyattainment.

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8. Research Project Blog (Literacy Attainment)
Information about the ‘Research Project Blog’ from the Literacy Attainment: Historical Resources guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/224). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/literacyattainment.

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A review of environmental planning policy and the Post-Political – the case study of the Urban Greening Factor
The Post-Political Concept has, nominally, very high explanatory value. It neatly and plausibly ascribes a raft of structural and governance changes in urban policymaking in recent years to a neoliberal consensus that forecloses dissent and public engagement. However, the definition of the ‘political’ the concept relies upon and the lack of empirical observation of the theory have led to criticism. In choosing a case study which, at face value, represents a typecast Post-Political policy (London’s Urban Greening Factor), this study challenges the concept. Building an analytical framework that establishes three key dimensions of the Post-Political, the study operationalises the concept through interviews with built environment professionals, directly bridging the gap between theory and practice

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Literacy Attainment: Historial Resources
This guide provides an overview of the different kinds of resources available to track the expansion of elementary education through the voluntary sector at the start of the 19th century, the increasing involvement of the state in its funding and organisation, as well as the development of a professional knowledge base to support these activities. Over this period the resources for literacy teaching in use in schools changed, developing in tandem with the growth of the elementary sector and the specific pedagogic challenges it poses for teaching. The guide represents a selection of the historical resources used by Professor Gemma Moss (https://iris.ucl.ac.uk/iris/browse/profile?upi=PJGMO52) for her ESRC Fellowship on Literacy Attainment and Data Discourse (http://literacyattainmentdataanddiscourse.blogspot.com/). There are links to the Library's Special Collections (http://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/specialcollections) scattered throughout the guide as well as links to relevant resources held at Senate House, the University of London's main library. The URL link to the current live guide (to December 2018) is found here: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/literacyattainment.

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Literacy Attainment: Historical Resources - full
This guide provides an overview of the different kinds of resources available to track the expansion of elementary education through the voluntary sector at the start of the 19th century, the increasing involvement of the state in its funding and organisation, as well as the development of a professional knowledge base to support these activities. Over this period the resources for literacy teaching in use in schools changed, developing in tandem with the growth of the elementary sector and the specific pedagogic challenges it poses for teaching. The guide represents a selection of the historical resources used by Professor Gemma Moss (https://iris.ucl.ac.uk/iris/browse/profile?upi=PJGMO52) for her ESRC Fellowship on Literacy Attainment and Data Discourse (http://literacyattainmentdataanddiscourse.blogspot.com/). There are links to the Library's Special Collections (http://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/specialcollections) scattered throughout the guide as well as links to relevant resources held at Senate House, the University of London's main library. The URL link to the current live guide (to December 2018) is found here: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/literacyattainment.

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Open Education at UCL: sharing and showcasing our educational output
Poster submission made to the 'Learning on and with the Open Web' conference - a Mozilla Festival fringe event - held in Coventry, UK on 25 October 2015 (http://conf.owlteh.org/contributions/published/open-education-at-ucl/). The poster summarises the work of the UCL Open Education project so far, plans for the following year, and the project’s goals and intended outcomes, including how openness/connectedness contributes to teaching and learning.

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Repository policy
This is the policy for the UCL OER repository.

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The Role of Institutions for the Development of Car Sharing in London, Berlin, Rome and Milan
The purpose of this dissertation is to clarify the role of institutions for the development of car sharing services. Sustainable mobility has gained reasonable relevance in the past decade as it represents a fundamental aspect necessary for the preservation of the environment and for the improvement of the quality of life within urban centres. The use of private vehicles within cities has created numerous issues in terms of pollution and space consumption. The rise of the sharing economy and technological innovations have allowed the spread of new forms of shared mobility that aim at reducing private vehicle ownership. Despite the growing body of work produced by academics regarding the positive externalities that car sharing has on reducing emissions, traffic congestion and car ownership, the role of institutions as enablers and facilitators for the development of these services has remained widely unexplored. Following the development of a theoretical framework that draws on the work of academics that focused on the role of institutors, urban governance, and policy, the paper progresses by presenting four European case studies: London, Berlin, Rome and Milan. By identifying the key institutions and organizations that affect the development of car sharing, we then progress in listing and analysing the key policies and strategic plans that affect these services in each city. The analysis is supported by interviews carried out with eight experts that work in the sector. We then proceed in discussing and concluding that institutions play a central role in facilitating and directing the development of car sharing.

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