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IRR Lecture 5: Writing a Good Research Review

This lecture explains the ways to justify an answer and how to build a scientific argument. This also includes critical questions and tips for writing a successful literature review.

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LLC MSc Research Methods _ using the Library

For a copy of the slides with embedded web links, please click the Attachments tab. This presentation provides an overview of the Library facilities, services and the resources relevant to LLC…

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Live conversation, Dissertation-20220915_183021-Meeting Recording

Dissertation live conversation recording 15/09/2022

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How to find and select academic literature for your assignments

This video will explain:What academic literature is? How to access the Library’s print and online collection? The key search tools you will use to find academic literature? How to evaluate…

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Introduction to the University Library - HCA (Online)

An introduction to the University Library for new online postgraduate students in the School of History, Classics and Archaeology (HCA), 2022/23. A PDF version of the slides can be downloaded from…

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[IRR 2022] Introduction (Part 1): Overview of the IRR Course

This is an overview of the Informatics Research Review course in the School of Informatics

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tidyqpcr - Sam Haynes

Software is intended to be a tool used to complete tasks efficiently. However, the intent is not always matched by the execution as users may become frustrated with design idiosyncrasies or…

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Introducing a Framework for Open and Reproducible Research Training (FORRT) - Flavio Azevedo

The Framework for Open and Reproducible Research Training (FORRT) addresses the underappreciated pedagogical aspect of open and reproducible science and its associated challenges, including a need…

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Using Mendeley for bibliography management

This session will provide an overview of Mendeley as a research tool, to organise and manage reference material for research and for writing essays.Students at both undergraduate and postgraduate…

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Prof Christina Boswell interview for Open Research newsletter

Pauline Ward interviews Professor Christina Boswell, recently appointed to be the new Vice-Principal Research and Enterprise, for the university's Open Research Newsletter (recorded 7 March…

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Yin Mon Aung - ChM Clinical Ophthalmology testimonial 2021_UoE

On the occasion of her graduation, on 8th December 2021, Yin Mon Aung reflects on the reasons that led her to chose to study her ChM Clinical Ophthalmology online, and explains how it has helped her…

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Finding Academic Literature (PGR) - CAHSS_211104

Finding academic literature

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How to use the Library for your Dissertation

Just starting the process of using the Library for your dissertation research? This session will help you to discover and find the digital resources available via the Library, get your hands on the…

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Annotated bibliographies, literature reviews and the Library

This session, delivered as part of Dissertation Festival 25-29 Oct 21, looks at annotated bibliographies and literature reviews as a first step in dissertation writing in literary studies. Annotated…

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Biomedical Sciences 1 - Searching for literature in biomedical sciences

Introduction to academic literature and how to find it.

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3.4 From Code to Content 2021

Internet and Society 2021

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