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Xerte Module 2 Unit 2.3: Xerte Editor Overview

Xerte Module 2 Unit 2.3 Xerte Editor Overview

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Bruce Davie Distinguished Lecture - 60 Years of Computer Science & AI at Edinburgh

Bruce Davie Distinguished Lecture - 60 Years of Computer Science & AI at Edinburgh

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SIFTing the literature: Critically evaluating the reliability of sources (Dissertation and Thesis Festival Nov 2023)

Ever seen something shared on social media that you think just cannot be true? Or wondered how you can be more critical in the sources of information you use in an assignment? By the end of this…

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2 Flammability (Part II)

Fire Safety Engineeing 5/MSc cive11055/pgee112452. Flammability (Part II)

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2 Flammability (Part I)

Fire Safety Engineeing 5/MSc cive11055/pgee112452. Flammability (Part I)

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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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Lecture 15 - Principles of Quantum Mechanics / Quantum Physics

Principles of Quantum Mechanics / Quantum Physics - Lecture 15

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Open science hardware for realising globally equitable knowledge production - Pen Yuan Hsing (Speaker), Brianna Johns

Join Pen Yuan Hsing (speaker) and Brianna Johns as they introduce us to Open Science Hardware, and the problems it solves. They offer successful examples of open science hardware projects that serve…

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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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Dr. Fraser Coutts - UDRC Research Video 2023

Fraser K. Coutts graduated the M.Eng. degree (Hons.) in electronic and electrical engineering from the University of Strathclyde in 2015. He received the Ph.D. degree in 2019 from the University…

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IDGen_video

We are IDGEN, and this is our video presenting our new project - building a floating offshore wind farm, which connects to onshore electrolysers to produce green hydrogen for a community in North…

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SR course 5.3g - Search strategy summary

SR course

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'Cognitive biases in hallucinations - Inconsistent findings and suboptimal measurement practices', Dr David Smailes

Several cognitive biases are thought to play a role in the development of hallucinations. Biases in source monitoring (where participants must determine whether stimuli were internal and/or…

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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 20220] Lecture 3.1 Referencing

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

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Sustainability Story 6: Henry Ibitolu

Henry Ibitolu, COP27 student delegate at the University of Edinburgh, talks about his passion for energy-efficient buildings and cities, touching on the following sustainable development goals…

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