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Using the National Library of Scotland for your Dissertation or Thesis

In this Dissertation and Thesis Festival session learn how to use the National Library of Scotland (www.nls.uk) and how their world-class collections can benefit your dissertation or thesis research.…

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When do I cite and reference

In this video we will look at when you need to cite and reference.

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The impact of Augmented Reality (AR) books on the reading engagement and comprehension of child readers. - Kawla Alhamad

Augmented Reality (AR) books offer new opportunities for interaction and engagement, and additional features provide potential to support children’s reading comprehension, yet there is…

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Guide to manual accessibility testing

Please note this is an introduction to the process of manual accessibility training not the actual training. To attend the manual accessibility training course please contact Viki Galt –…

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How to Read a Novel Trailer

What makes a great novel? How is a novel woven together? How can we best appreciate works of fiction? Answer these questions and more with this free short online course from The University of…

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APMCS lecture 6 part 6

Animal mindreading part 6

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Robert Burns in Russia: Translations and Influences

Robert Burns in Russia: Translations of the poems of Robert Burns have sold millions of copies in Russia, and his songs can be regularly heard on radio, television and in famous films. The talk will…

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