Items where Author is "Martin, N"

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Article

Draffan, E., James, A., and Martin, N. (2017). Inclusive teaching and learning: what's next? Journal of Inclusive Practice in Further and Higher Education, 9(1),

Barnham, C., and Martin, N. (2017). Considering employment of young people with intellectual impairment and autism leaving school and college. Autism and Intellectual Disability in Adults, 2(1), 53-59.

Wilson, L., and Martin, N. (2017). Disabled Student Support for England in 2017. How did we get here and where are we going? A brief history, commentary on current context and reflection on possible future directions. Journal of Inclusive Practice in Further and Higher Education(9:1), 5-10.

Martin, N., Milton, D., Sims, T., Dawkins, G., Baron-Cohen, S., and Mills, R. (2017). Does 'mentoring’ offer effective support to autistic adults?: a mixed methods pilot study. Advances in Autism doi: https://doi.org/10.1108/AIA-06-2017-0013

Hastwell, J., Martin, N., Baron-Cohen, S., and Harding, J. (2017). The Cambridge Project: reflections on a university-based AS social group. Good Autism Practice, 18(1), 97-105.

Milton, D., Sims, T., Dawkins, G., Martin, N., and Mills, R. (2017). The development and evaluation of a mentor training program for those working with autistic adults. Good Autism Practice, 18(1), 25-33.

Sims, T., Milton, D., Martin, N., and Dawkins, J. (2016). Developing a user informed training package for mentoring people on the autism spectrum. Journal of Inclusive Practice in Further and Higher Education, 7(1), 49-52.

Chown, N., Beardon, L., Martin, N., and Ellis, S. (2016). Examining intellectual prowess, not social difference: Removing barriers from the doctoral viva for autistic candidates. Journal of Inclusive Practice in Further and Higher Education, 6(1), 22-38.

Martin, N. (2015). Compassionate Balliol. Journal of inclusive further and higher education, 6(1), 58-61.

Martin, N. (2012). Giving Cambridge University students with Asperger syndrome a voice: a qualitative, interview- based study towards developing a model of best practice. Good Autism Practice, 13(1), 56-63.

Beardon, L., Martin, N., and Woolsey, I. (2009). What do students with Asperger syndrome or highfunctioning autism want at college and university? (in their own words). Good Autism Practice, 10(2), 35-43.

Martin, N. (2008). Personal statements: helping transition to further education and employment. Good Autism Practice, 8(2), 17-20.

Book Section

Martin, N., and Krupa, J. (2017). Autism and old age. Autism and Intellectual Disability in Adults (83-88). Hove: Pavilion Publishing and Media.

Martin, N., and Milton, D. (2017). Supporting the inclusion of autistic children. In G. Knowles (Ed.), Supporting Inclusive Practice and ensuring opportunity is equal for all Routledge.

Milton, D., Martin, N., and Melham, P. (2016). Beyond reasonable adjustment: autistic-friendly spaces and Universal Design. In D. Milton, and N. Martin (Eds.), Autism and Intellectual Disabilities in Adults Vol. 1 (81-85). Hove: Pavilion Publishing and Media.

Monograph

Martin, N. (2017). Encouraging disabled leaders in higher education: recognising hidden talents. Leadership Foundation for Higher Education.

Conference or Workshop Item

Martin, N. (2016). REAL (reliable, empathic, anticipatory and logical) services to assist students on the autism spectrum via universal design for learning. Paper presented at National Autism Society 2016 Professional Conference, Telford, 01 March 2016 - 02 March 2016. London South Bank University.

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