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How to Reference and Avoid Plagiarism Oct 2023

A recording of a session on how to reference and avoid plagiarism, delivered on 3 October 2023.

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Et Plagieringseventyr: the world's best plagiarism film?

The world's best plagiarism film? What do you think...? Et Plagieringseventyr (2010) YouTube video, added by the University of Bergen

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Introduction to Plagiarism

Plagiarism is the most common and best-known example of academic misconduct. All types of work submitted by students are covered by this definition, including, for example, written work, diagrams,…

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Referencing for Law - April 2023

This session was designed to help students learn to reference for large projects such as dissertations while in the School of Law. We discuss: Why we reference and the definition of plagiarism …

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How to reference and avoid plagiarism

This session is an overview of how to reference and avoid plagiarism. It covers when to use a citation, what to put in your reference list, tools available to help you create references and recording…

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[IRR 2022] Avoiding Plagiarism

This is a brief talk about how to avoid plagiarism in a research review and project proposal.

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Why do I need to cite and reference?

This video will explain why citing and referencing is important.

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Introduction to referencing tutorial - Raluca Bunduchi (Director of postgraduate programmes)

Raluca Bunduchi, Director of postgraduate programmes, explains the School's expectations for your academic studies.

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Welcome Back Year 3 Electronics and Electrical Engineering programmes

Welcome Back Year 3 Electronics and Electrical Engineering programmes

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Welcome Week: Good Academic Conduct

Welcome Week events 2021Good Academic Conduct with David Lewis

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Library Bitesize - How to reference and avoid plagiarism - March 2021

Presented on 23rd March 2021 as part of the Library Bitesize programme, the session provides an overview and sources of help on plagiarism and referencing. The aims of the session…

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Library Bitesize - Referencing and how to avoid plagiarism

This is a recording of the session from 15th November 2023. In it we discuss what plagiarism is and how to avoid it, how to construct references and tools to help you. This session was delivered as …

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Using reference managers and avoiding plagiarism (MSc Critical Care)

This session covered Good practice in academic writing when using others' works, and where to go for more information about avoiding plagiarism. What needs to be cited in your work. How to…

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May 2021- Dissertation support: Referencing for Law

This session was designed to help students learn to reference for large research projects such as dissertations in the School of Law. We discuss the OSCOLA and Edinburgh Law Review referencing…

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The Manifesto for Teaching Online: Dr Hamish Macleod 'A routine of plagiarism detection structures-in distrust'

A routine of plagiarism detection structures-in distrust. Plagiarism detection systems are seen by many as merely administrative aids to ease the academic assessment workload. Hamish Macleod argues…

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Event 3 The Manifesto for Teaching Online: Text has been troubled

Arguing that authorship isn’t what it used to be - how we assess students and understand plagiarism needs to shift. Manifesto authors Dr James Lamb, Dr Hamish Macleod and Dr Christine Sinclair…

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