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Lottery
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Emblemata Nova
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Anticipating the costs of research data management
A how-to guide highlighting the potential costs of RDM processes.

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Dissertation toolkit for business students
A collection of guides to support your business dissertation research, including how to get started, effective search techniques, selecting the best databases and search tools for the types of information you need, finding secondary data, and evaluating information sources for relevance and quality.

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Dissertation toolkit for education students
A collection of guides to support your dissertation research including getting started, effective search techniques, selecting the best databases and search tools, finding secondary data and evaluating sources for quality and relevance.

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Business_selecting key discovery tools for business research
A guide on where to search for the types of information you may use in your research, including: ~finding research handbooks, textbooks and monographs ~search engines and databases for finding journal literature in business research, including academic and practitioner articles ~finding high quality journal literature and links to citing papers and related literature (Scopus and Social Sciences Citation Index) ~Business databases for finding journal literature ~databases for business news and analysis ~databases for company information ~databases for economic and demographic data ~databases for market, industry and market research data ~databases for video, business cases and research methods ~specialist databases subscribed by the Business School ~finding grey literature (working papers) ~advanced searching on Google ~Google Scholar settings

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Business_Getting started with literature searching
~The literature review – how it contributes to planning your literature search/search strategy ~How searching works – how records are retrieved ~Generating search terms (keywords) - ways to identify relevant search terms ~Where to start…Library Search (and how it compares to Google Scholar) ~Some search examples – how to create a search query ~Useful features of Library Search – value added features to help with evaluating search results and finding related literature (research hacks to find papers) ~Locating previous dissertations

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Library Search Guide
Guide to using Library Search

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Reconfigurable Devices that Extend our Senses
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PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS DESIGN THAT SERVES THE HUMAN SENSES
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Enhancing STEM Education using Wearable Biofeedback
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Critical appraisal tools for evaluating information sources
A short guide with links to appraisal tools for evaluating information sources for credibility, authority, bias and relevance. ~CRAAP Test (California State University) ~PROMPT Tool (Open University) ~CASP Checklists (Critical Appraisal Skills Programme, Oxford)

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Social science - finding and using secondary data
A guide for Social Science students on how to find and use secondary data. Information includes: ~Sources on doing secondary data analysis – case studies, videos and practice datasets ~Ethical considerations when using secondary data ~Guides on getting started using data from the UK Data Service ~Major national and international databanks and key open-source data ~Specialist collections of data (subscriptions available from the University of Glasgow) including data on countries, demographics, companies (including financials), consumers, markets and industries. ~Sources of data from published literature

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Education - selecting key discovery tools for education research
A guide on key search tools and databases for education students doing dissertations or research projects. The guide includes information on: ~ finding textbooks, research handbooks and research monographs ~ finding journal articles ~when to use a search engine and when to use a database ~ multidisciplinary research databases (Scopus and Web of Science) ~subject-specific databases for education research ~overview of ERIC, BEI, Professional Development Collection ~searching for journals in the library collection ~Google - advanced searching ~Google Scholar settings ~getting material outside of the library collection ~links for EndNote software downloads and training guides

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Effective searching: Boolean, search operators and complementary search techniques.
A guide to searching, including: ~ How searching works ~ Boolean operators ~ Phrase searching and proximity searching ~ Truncation and wildcards ~ Field searching – how to use it ~ Using controlled vocabulary and database thesauri ~ Complementary search techniques – citation searching

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Education_getting started with literature searching
A guide for students doing a dissertation or research project. Guide includes information on: -The literature review – how it contributes to planning your literature search/search strategy - How searching works – how records are retrieved with different search techniques - Generating search terms (keywords) - ways to identify relevant search terms - Where to start…Library Search (and how it compares to Google Scholar) - Some search examples – how to create a search string - Useful features of Library Search – value added features to help with evaluating search results and finding related literature (research hacks to find papers) - Locating previous dissertations

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Emblem project demo
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SL Kaltura Embed test 2
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test VR tour
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Data Deposit Form (Enlighten: Research Data)
Researchers can use this form to record the necessary deposit metadata required for new data records in Enlighten: Research Data. Once completed, the form can be emailed to research-datamanagement@glasgow.ac.uk

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File formats for Research Data
This guide is intended to help researchers consider which file formats to use when collecting and storing research data.

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EdShare: Quick Guide
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EdShare: FAQ
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SL Kaltura embed test
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Version Control Guide
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Using syntax to increase the sensitivity of a search strategy
Video showing a worked example of how to use syntax to increase the sensitivity of a search strategy.

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UofG MS Gen 831 pp.78-79: Smartphone Image
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Reach Out_Baseline Enquiries Module
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Reach Out Induction - Remote Version
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Reach Out - Introduction to Helpdesk module
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Contact Lenses for Human Machine Interaction
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How to use Gather Town for virtual coffee sessions
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Exercise and the Heart Muscle Cell - Drawings of Cardiomyocyte Adaptations to Exercise Training
This paper will summarize and explain these changes, at a detail level that should suit and serve junior and senior (levels 3 and 4) undergraduate Sports Science, Physiology & Sports Science (PSS), and Physiology students as well as serve as a primer for postgraduate students in these fields, albeit many details will be omitted or shortened, to which the student is referred to the original published papers for completeness.

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Interactive Map for Visualising Electronic Engineering Curricula
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Virtual Tours Interview Participant Information Sheet
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Solar Energy Research in the Engineering Design Research Group.
A summary of our solar energy research activities

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Virtual World (Gather Town) participant information sheet
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Eric Davies CMALT Application
CMALT Application

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Robot: Participant Information Sheet
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Using EndNote to manage references in systematic reviews
EndNote files and exercise handout for the course "Using EndNote to manage references in systematic reviews". Class video recording to follow.

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Johnny Briggs - CMALT
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The day in the life of a Reach Out Ambassador
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Introduction to Open Access v3
This resource introduces the principle of open access to research outputs, and explains how to navigate REF and funders’ policies. It includes a PowerPoint presentation, a video of the presentation with voiceover, a transcript, and handout slides. Updated August 2021.

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Open Research at the University of Glasgow
This record contains two files - a short animation to introduce the concept of open research, what processes make up open research, and how these are supported at the University of Glasgow and a text file containing the script for the animation.

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Flipping the Class - when a covid adaptation becomes innovative practice that's here to stay
Rise document - Pre-work

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Supporting pre-registration of research projects
Document outlining the options for preregistration of reserach projects.

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Using Library Search
A guide on using Library Search, the main search tool on the Library homepage. The guide gives you information on what Library Search is, what information it indexes and how to use it effectively. You can use the contents pages to jump to the information you need, including searching, understanding search results and useful features like previews, citing literature and saving and exporting results.

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Detailed guidance for the use of external sources in a MOOC
This document provides in-depth, non-legal guidance in relation to what 3rd party media/materials can be used in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). It examines how both creative Commons materials can be used , along with analysing when it is appropriate to make use of the UK Copyright exceptions.

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Introduction to Open Access v2
This resource introduces the principle of open access to research outputs, and explains how to navigate REF and funders’ policies. It includes a PowerPoint presentation, a video of the presentation with voiceover, a transcript, and handout slides. Updated February 2021.

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Week 1 introduction video - Advanced Statistics
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Robenhausen GLAHM: B.1951.3184/17
Video of Neolithic fabric from Robenhausen GLAHM: B.1951.3184/17

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Robenhausen GLAHM: B.1951.3184/9
Video of fabric from Robenhausen GLAHM: B.1951.3184/9

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Robenhausen GLAHM: B.1951.3184/10
Video of fabrics from Robenhausen GLAHM: B.1951.3184/10

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B.1951.3184/7 Swiss Lakes, Neolithic Fabrics
Video of B.1951.3184/7 Swiss Lakes, Neolithic Fabrics

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Archives & Special Collections handling video: glass negative of Arctic and Antarctic expedition from William S. Bruce collection (WSB Photo C1)
Video showing a glass stereoscopic negative from William S. Bruce collections

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Archives & Special Collections handling video: 18th-century letter sent to James Douglas (MS Hunter D63/19)
A video showing an 18th-century letter sent to man-midwife James Douglas by a person seeking a job as a wet nurse

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Archives & Special Collection handling video: pathology records from Glasgow Western Infirmary (P5/1/41)
A video showing a ledger of early 20c pathology records

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Archives & Special Collections handling video: Staff photos from from Scott-Lithgow shipbuilding collection (GD323/13/10/4)
Photos from the staff cruise and sportsday in Scott-Lithgow shipbuilding collection

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Archives & Special Collections handling video: MS Kelvin LB1 - Letterbook of William Thomson Lord Kelvin
Video showing MS Kelvin LB1

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Set 1. Amarna GLAHM: D. 1924. 65
Fragment of faience ring

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Set 2. Amarna GLAHM: D. 1930. 82/2-5
Faience beads

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Set 3. Amarna GLAHM: D.1925.4
Ceramic mould for faience bunches of grapes

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Set 3. Amarna GLAHM: D.1925.2
Faience bunches of grapes ornament

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Set 2. Amarna GLAHM: D.1921.142
Ceramic mould for faience bead

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Set 1. Amarna No accession Number
Ceramic mould for faience ring bezel

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Set2. Amarna GLAHM: D.1924.48
Ceramic mould for faience bead

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Robenhausen GLAHM.B.1951.3184/15
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Robenhausen GLAHM.B.1951.3184/18
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