Month: October 2020

ACoRN@Sussex launched!

We are delighted that our sister ACoRN@Sussex was formally launched on October 21st 2020 with a live Zoom event attended by over 70 people. ACoRN@ Sussex is led by Professor Nicola Yuill (Psychology) and Dr Jacqui Shepherd (Education) at the University of Sussex. Sharing the same core principles of participatory and creative methods for addressing research questions that matter to […]

Latest ACoRNS research published

Three papers based on ACoRNS research have been published recently. All reflect the ACoRNS focus of accessing and respecting children’s views and perspectives, and all are open access meaning that anyone can read them. The paper published in the Journal of Early Childhood Research discusses our Digital Stories methodology for accessing the views of pre-school autistic children. […]

‘Digital transitions: learning from lockdown for the future’ event

The Autism Community Research Network @Southampton [ACoRNS] invites you to join us for a free webinar on: Digital transitions: learning from lockdown for the future This online event will be an opportunity to share the important and innovative research that has been done with Digital Stories during lockdown to support the assessments of children for their EHCPs, and […]

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