Research Publications for Nicola Daly

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  • Daly, N. (2021). Picturebooks as a source for the study of language beliefs and attitudes in Aotearoa/New Zealand. In The 8th International Conference of The European Network of Picturebook Research. [Virtual presentation].

  • Daly, N., & Forbes, D. (2021). Teaching children's literature online: Co-constructing stories in a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC). Journal of Literacy Education, 4, 25-42. doi:10.7203/JLE.4.21020

  • San, V., Vanderschantz, N., & Daly, N. (2021). The effect of language order on reader perceptions in bilingual Māori-English picturebooks. In Language & Society Conference 2020 (pp. 42). Online.

  • Kleker, D., Short, K. G., & Daly, N. (2021). Inquiring about language through dual language picturebooks: A case study. WOW stories: connections from the classroom, IX(1). Retrieved from

  • Daly, N., Kleker, D., & Short, K. G. (2021). Children as language inquirers in dual language picturebooks. In IVVY Congress. Virtual.

  • Daly, N., & Brouwer, J. (2021). Te Puna Pukapuka Pikitia: Using picturebooks to support Te Reo Māori in Kindergartens. In NZALT 2021 Conference. Wellington.

  • Daly, N. (2021). A respite from the weight of words: the IBBY Silent book exhibition at the University of Waikato. NZLA Forum, 36(1).

  • Daly, N., Limbrick, L., & Plumpton, F. (2021). The provision of home language books in a New Zealand refugee school programme: An IBBY-Yamada funded project. In 37th IBBY International Congress. Moscow, Russia [Virtual].

  • Daly, N. (2020). [Virtual] The linguistic landscape and language hierarchies of MāoriEnglish picturebooks in Aotearoa/New Zealand. In Nord Research Group for Children’s Literature in ELT CLELT meeting. Virtual.

  • Daly, N., & Forbes, D. (2020). [Virtual Conference] Teaching children’s literature online: an undergraduate course and a MOOC. In Fostering dialogue 1st International conference. Virtual.

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