Children’s Literature MA by distance learning – Virtual Open Day

We recently held another Virtual Open Day for the MA in Children’s Literature by distance learning here at the NCRCL. Individuals from across the UK, Europe and from as far as China and Pakistan joined Liz Thiel and I for a fun event to learn more about the programme and the NCRCL.

Virtual Open Day 2012

Alison Waller talking about the NCRCL at the Virtual Open Day

We introduced everyone to the team and showed off some of our excellent online children’s literature resources. Liz also had fun giving a mini-tutorial on Mary Sherwood’s The History of the Fairchild Family.

If you couldn’t attend the event, there is a recording of the session available now available to watch online. Just follow these steps:

  • Follow this link and wait for the WebEx Player to load:
  • Before you start watching, go to the top Menu and click on ‘View’ – make sure that ‘Chat’, ‘Video’, ‘Participants’, and ‘Playback Tools’ are all ticked.

More details about the distance learning MA and PGDip, including the application process and fees, can be found on the Virtual Open Day website.

Many thanks to all those who took part – and look out for more events in the future!

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About Alison Waller

I am a Senior Lecturer at the National Centre for Research in Children's Literature (NCRCL) at Roehampton University in London. My main research areas are young adult fiction and the practice and philosophy of reading. My monograph Constructions of Adolescence in Fantastic Realism was published by Routledge in 2009 and I have also edited a collection of essays for the Palgrave Macmillan New Casebook Series on Melvin Burgess (2013). I am currently working on a project called Rereading Childhood Books: a Poetics, which asks how adults reread and negotiate relationships with books from their pasts.

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