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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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[IRR 20220] Lecture 3.1 Referencing

This is a lecture on referencing got the Informatics Research Review course.

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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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How do I cite and reference?

This video will show you how to include information from other sources in your own writing

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How do I cite and reference?

This video will show you how to cite and reference a book, journal article and webpage using the Harvard style.

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Welcome Week: Good Academic Conduct

Welcome Week events 2021Good Academic Conduct with David Lewis

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Building blocks of UK Copyright: Exceptions

This video explains why we have copyright exceptions in the UK, the concept of Fair Dealing, and looks at a few exceptions including quotation, criticism and review, illustration for education, and…

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Importing Data to R

Three methods to import data to R

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Installing R Packages

A demonstration of how to install packages in R

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