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  • Distance Educationby Michael Corry

    Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 51.95

    Don’t start from scratch! Learn what worksand what doesn’tin providing education to off-campus students! This unique compilation presents practical advice on how to set up distance learning programs that effectively serve the needs of students who don’t have access to the campus. The book examines issues surrounding development, implementation,... more...

  • Going Mad? Understanding Mental Illnessby Michael Corry; Aine Tubridy

    Gill Books 2001; US$ 4.99

    Dr Michael Corry died in 2010. He qualified in medicine from UCD in 1973 before training as a psychiatrist and a constructivist psychotherapist. A frequent and often controversial commentator on issues of mental health in national newspapers and on television and radio programmes, he was an outspoken opponent of over-medication and the use of electro-convulsive... more...

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