Child's perspective on services and professionals

This podcast presents Malcolm Hill, Research Professor at the University of Strathclyde, talking about the child's perspective on services and professionals.

The Same As You? : Opportunities for Young People With Learning Disabilities After Leaving School

This podcast presents Dr. Gillian MacIntyre speaking about opportunities for young people with learning disabilities after leaving school.

Digital media and digital rights

This podcast presents Charles Duncan, CEO of Intrallect - a repository software development company - speaking about digital media and digital rights.

Language, communication and the brain : two hemispheres are better than one - Catherine Mackenzie

Podcast from the Faculty of Education Professorial Lecture, University of Strathclyde, 22/01/2009. Talk by Professor Catherine Mackenzie.

Introducing the Creative Commons movement and the Scottish Licenses

This podcast presents Jonathan Mitchell QC who was instrumental in developing the Scottish Creative Commons licenses.

Prison and Probation in Modern Ireland - New Developments

This podcast is taken from the Glasgow School of Social Work Research Seminar Series held in Glasgow on the 8th May 2008. Professor Ian O'Donnell, Director of the Institute of Criminology, University College Dublin. talks about new developments in criminal justice, including Ideas and concerns about the criminal justice work.

Practitioner research programme, literature review

IRISS Podcast - Interview with Neil Lunt, a researcher and a lecturer from the University of York which is currently evaluating the initiative taken by Children First and Glasgow School Social Work to develop a practitioner research programme as part of the study he undertook a literature review on practitioner research and social services.

Why (not) Research Practice?

Podcast from the Glasgow School of Social Work Research Seminar, 5 June 2008. Professor Joan Orme discusses the importance of research in practice for social work development.

New assessment methods in social work education

This podcast is an interview with Dr. Pam Lister on the topic of assessment methods in social work education.

Early education

Peter Lee is Director of the Childhood and Families Research and Development Centre at the University of Strathclyde. His research interests include professional practice development and equity and social justice. He is Co-chair of the Scottish Educational Research Association on Early Years.