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    COMP3218 Coursework 1 Information
    This video includes information on how the first Game Design and Development coursework (Level Design and Tutorials) will be marked

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    COMP3218 General Coursework Information
    This video includes a general overview for completing the Game Design and Development coursework, including academic integrity, aspects of the markscheme common to all coursework, and general tips.

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    COMP6234 Data Story Report Template
    A template for the report as part of the COMP6234 coursework

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    COMP6234 Coursework (17/18)
    Slides for COMP6234 Coursework 17/18

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    Eristic Argumentation on the Social Web
    Argumentation, debate and discussion are key facets of human communication, shaping the way people form, share and promote ideas, hypotheses and solutions to problems. Argumentation can broadly be broken down into collaborative problem solving or truth-seeking, and quarrelling without hope for a resolution, instead for recreation, catharsis or entertainment. The social web is a growing way in which individuals, social groups and even corporations share content, ideas and information, as well as hold discussions and debates. Current models of argumentation often focus on formal argumentation techniques, in which participants are expected to abide by a stringent set of rules or practices. However, on the social web there is no such code of conduct: antisocial behaviour, which often stems from argumentation, can have a negative impact on online communities, driving away new users and stifling participation. How can we model these types of argumentation, and how does it affect a user's perception of the discussion? Title and abstract to be confirmed

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    Version Control and Project Management
    Slides for 2017 talk on Version Control and Project Management for Software Engineering Group Project

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    Version Control (with git and SourceKettle)
    Short introduction to version control, SourceKettle and git

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    An interactive presentation on whistleblowing
    A resource that focuses on using interactive multiple choice questions with accompanying scenario videos to enable university students to understand the legal and professional issues surrounding whistleblowing.

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