Simon Hayhoe
Simon Hayhoe
Associate Professor, University of Exeter, UK
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Arts, culture, and blindness: A study of blind students in the visual arts
S Hayhoe
Teneo Press, 2008
Blind visitor experiences at art museums
S Hayhoe
Rowman & Littlefield, 2017
Grounded theory and disability studies
S Hayhoe
Cambria Press, 2012
The while of participation: A systematic review of participatory research involving people with sensory impairments and/or intellectual impairments
J Rix, HG Carrizosa, J Seale, K Sheehy, S Hayhoe
Disability & Society 35 (7), 1031-1057, 2020
God, money, and politics: English attitudes to blindness and touch, from the Enlightenment to integration
S Hayhoe
IAP, 2008
Designing technologies for museums: accessibility and participation issues
H Garcia Carrizosa, K Sheehy, J Rix, J Seale, S Hayhoe
Journal of enabling technologies 14 (1), 31-39, 2020
Expanding our vision of museum education and perception: An analysis of three case studies of independent blind arts learners
S Hayhoe
Harvard Educational Review 83 (1), 67-86, 2013
Inclusive museums and augmented reality. Affordances, participation, ethics and fun
K Sheehy, H Garcia Carrizosa, J Rix, J Seale, S Hayhoe
The International Journal of the Inclusive Museum 12 (4), 67-85, 2019
Emergent analysis and dissemination within participatory research
J Rix, H Garcia-Carrizosa, S Hayhoe, J Seale, K Sheehy
International Journal of Research & Method in Education 44 (3), 287-302, 2021
The need for inclusive accessible technologies for students with disabilities and learning difficulties
S Hayhoe
John Catt Educational Publishing, 2014
The effects of late arts education on adults with early visual disabilities
S Hayhoe
Educational Research and Evaluation 6 (3), 229-249, 2000
Philosophy as Disability & Exclusion
S Hayhoe
IAP, 2015
Developing inclusive technical capital beyond the disabled students’ allowance in England
S Hayhoe, K Roger, S Eldritch-Böersen, L Kelland
Social Inclusion 3 (6), 29, 2015
An enquiry into passive and active exclusion from unreachable artworks in the museum: Two case studies of final-year students at California School for the Blind studying …
SJ Hayhoe
British Journal of Visual Impairment 32 (1), 44-58, 2014
The philosophical, political and religious roots of touch exhibitions in 20th century British museums
S Hayhoe
Disability Studies Quarterly 33 (3), 2013
Cultural heritage, ageing, disability, and identity: Practice, and the development of inclusive capital
S Hayhoe
Routledge, 2019
The epistemological model of disability, and its role in understanding passive exclusion in eighteenth and nineteenth century Protestant educational asylums in the USA and Britain
S Hayhoe
International journal of Christianity & education 20 (1), 49-66, 2016
A practice report of students from a school for the blind leading groups of younger mainstream students in visiting a museum and making multi-modal artworks
S Hayhoe
Journal of Blindness Innovation and Research 3 (2), 2013
A proposal for a unified framework for the design of technologies for people with learning difficulties
J Seale, H Garcia-Carrisoza, J Rix, K Sheehy, S Hayhoe
Technology and Disability 30 (1-2), 25-40, 2018
Using an iPad with a blind student: A case study at Sharjah Women’s College
S Hayhoe
E-Learning in action: Opening up learning, 2012
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