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    A Decade of DDoS
    A summary timeline by Arbor Networks of how DDoS attacks have evolved.

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    A Focus on Distributed Denial of Service
    An Arbor Networks paper describing DDoS attacks and related attacks. The first 9-10 pages or so are good background reading for INFO6003. Students may also find the rest of the paper interesting.

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    An Introduction to Learning Activities
    A quick skim through Learning Outcomes, pedagogic methods and preparing and describing a learning activity.

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    An analysis of trust in anonymity networks in the presence of adaptive attackers
    Introduces extended Crowds protocols. Optional reading

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    Building incentives into Tor
    This is the paper introducing the Tor's gold star incentive mechanism. It is optional reading

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    CM205 Examination paper
    Used to illustrate ER modelling

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    COMP1004 Programming Principles
    These are the resources used for the Computer Science course Programming Principles, designed to teach students the fundamentals of computer programming and object orientation via learning the Java language. We also touch on some software engineering basics, such as patterns, software design and testing. The course assumes no previous knowledge of programming, but there is a fairly steep learning curve, and students are encouraged to practice, practice, practice!

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    Changing Education Paradigms - Sir Ken Robinson
    This animation was adapted from a talk given at the RSA by Sir Ken Robinson, world-renowned education and creativity expert and recipient of the RSA's Benjamin Franklin award. For more information on Sir Ken's work visit: http://www.sirkenrobinson.com

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    Comp1204_03: Vi
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    Comp1204_04: Processes
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    Computer Applications course materials
    The collection of Computer Applications course materials. Lectures, labs, additional resources, the lot!

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    Crowds: Anonymity for Web Transactions
    This is the original Crowds paper from Reiter and Rubin. Please consider it required reading.

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    GROUP 29&30: Gennaro's Dykes Presentation1 INFO2009
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    Generators 2
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    Graph Theory and Social Networks Tutorial
    For COMP60

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    Hacktivism
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    Hiding routing information
    This is the original "onion routing" paper, it explains in the details how onions are built and work. This is optional reading, although I strongly advise you to read the Introduction and section 3 "Onions"

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    INFO6003: Campus Network Security Perspectives
    These slides cover aspects of network design and technology relevant to a campus network deployment such as that at the University of Southampton.

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    Modelling for Problem Solving in the Large
    This a short presentation which introduces how models and modelling help us to solve large scale problems in the real world. It introduces the idea that dynamic behaviour is caused by interacting components in the system. Feedback in the system makes behaviour prediction difficult unless we use modelling to support understanding

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    On the Foundations of Quantitative Information Flow
    The paper introduces vulnerability and quantitative privacy. Optional reading

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    Professional skills engineers / ECS
    A series of resources to provide the background knowledgeable for discussions on professional skills. This may also help as a reference when writing reports or undertaking projects for the first time.

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    Programming Principles: Conclusions
    This is the revision session for our Programming Principles course. We take a whistle-stop tour of the topics covered in the course, look at the three pillars of object oriented programming, and look ahead to the exam.

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    Resource and Flyer: detailed specification
    Additional information explaining items to be created. To be used in conjunction with resource briefs http://www.edshare.soton.ac.uk/9733/

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    Soft Sytems Modelling
    This presentation introduces Soft Systems Modelling as a technique to support investigating the behaviour of dynamic systems in the real world. It combines techniques from General Systems Theory, Soft Systems Methodolgy and Critical Systems Heuristics. Personas and Scenarios are used as a technique for exploring the motivations of stakeholders in the systems.

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    Software Development Life Cycles and process models
    This presentation describes the evolution of SDLCs from the first formally proposed linear models including, the Waterfall (Royce 1970) through to iterative prototyping models (Spiral and Win-Win Spiral) and incremental, iterative models used in Agile Methods. We discuss the problems iinherent in ech prpoosal and how successive models attempt to solve them.

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    Software Development: Testing
    This presentation discusses the role and purpose of testing in the systems/Software Development Life Cycle. We examine the consequences of the 'cost curve' on defect removal and how agile methods can reduce its effects. We concentrate on Black Box Testing and use Equivalence Partitioning and Boundary Value Analysis to construct the smallest number of test cases, test scenarios necessary for a test plan.

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    System Design: Alternative Individual Assessment Scenario
    This is the scenario used in the course when individuals are unable to participate in group work. It includes a written case study of a diary farm, and several news articles that describe various views on the business of dairy farming.

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    System Design: UML Activity and Sequence Diagrams
    In this session we look at how to model flow of control and interactions between components using UML Activity and Sequence Diagrams. This is an introductory session and so for Activity Diagrams we only cover branching, forks and joins and swim lanes, and for Sequence we cover lifelines, messages and returns, and alt, par and opt frames.

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    System Design: Using UML Use Cases
    In this lecture we cover how UML Use Cases can be used for requirements capture. We look at the anatomy of a Use Case Description, and the way in which use cases can be brought together in a use case diagram. We also look at the way that use cases can be derived from problems using noun verb analysis.

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    Systems Design: Activity and Sequence modelling using Visual Paradigm
    This lab follows the lectures 'System Design: http://www.edshare.soton.ac.uk/9653/ and http://www.edshare.soton.ac.uk/6280/ . Students use Visual Paradigm for UML to build Activity and Sequence models through project examples: Library, Plant Nursery and a Health Spa

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    Systems Design: Use Case Modelling Lab using Visual Paradigm
    This lab follows the lecture 'System Design: Using UML Use Cases'http://www.edshare.soton.ac.uk/9619/ It introduces Visual Paradigm as a UML modelling tool. Students work through Visual Paradigm online Tutorials and then create two projects.

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    Technology Enhanced Learning at Southampton
    A short overview of TEL intended for a short PCAP workshop

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    Test Edshare
    This is to test Edshare uploads

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    Tor: the second generation onion router
    This is the original Dingledine et al's Tor paper. Please consider it required reading.

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    Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report 2011
    Arbor Network's annual Internet security report for 2011/12. We will discuss this report in INFO6003 lectures.

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    comp1204_10: Latex
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    comp1204_11: Make
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    comp1204_6: Files
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    comp1204_7: Awk
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    AS/A Level Science & Art Competition: Particle Physics
    A video made by physics for the AS/A Level Science & Art Competition

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 9; Augmented Reality: Past, Present and Future.
    Augmented Reality: Past, present and future. An Educational Video on Digital Futures Awareness: Augmented Reality. Designed to be informative and entertaining.

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    Introduction to JavaScript Programming
    These are the resources for an introductory lecture in JavaScript programming, intended to support use of node.js and divorced from browser programming.

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    Mobile App Development Platforms
    Tutorial Resources

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    Rich Apps Introductory Lecture
    What are Rich Apps? How can students develop their career prospects as well as develop software? This lecture describes the aims and objectives of the course, and gives an outline of the first assessment.

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    INFO6003 Network Security: WLAN authentication and roaming
    Describes different approaches to authentication for wireless networks, and the evolution of eduroam

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    INFO6003: IPv6 Impact on Security
    A brief discussion of some of the impacts of introducing IPv6

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    INFO6003: Netflow example
    Some examples of Netflow tools in use in ECS

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    INFO6003: Network Security: DDoS
    A run through various aspects of Distributed Denial of Service attacks

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    INFO6003: Network revision
    Notes on revision topics for TJC's network and campus security lectures.

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    INFO6003: Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report 2011 - notes
    Notes about the Arbor WISR 2011 report, which we'll run through in the lecture.

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    Readme
    Readme for Group 18.

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    Adaptation and Personalisation
    (with notes in powerpoint)

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    An Open Letter to Educators. Dan Brown's Rant about Universities
    An (ex) student says what he thinks about the education systems and universities.

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    Computer Assisted Assessement
    Introduction for UG course on TEL

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    Does Facebook ruin your job Prospects?
    News Report: Every Potential 2040 President Already Unelectable Due To Facebook:YouTube fake American news item (2min 39secs) in which all possible candidates are excluded because of something they show on Facebook. And Could your Facebook page ruin your job prospects? - A Guardian article that suggests that employers may be more tolerant than supposed.

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    Learning Objects, Interoperability and Standards
    An introduction/overview to the whole issue of learning objects, interoperability and IMS specifications in Learning Technology

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    Models of Learning and Motivation
    A brief skim through educational theory intended for students registered on a single module in Technology Enhanced Learning. Startes with Blooms taxonomy, travles through instructivism and constructivism and on to theories of motivation/

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    Personal Learning Environments and Digital Literacies
    This is a version of a seminar/keynote talk I have given a few times. It argues that VLEs are no longer fit for purpose and that students should learn to take responsibility for their own toolsets.

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    Tools for Communication, Collaboration �and for Mobile Learning
    Introduction as part of UG TEL course

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    Institutional Personal Learning Environments – Paradise or Paradox? A Digital Literacies Perspective
    This was my keynote presentation at Computer Supported Education (CSEDU) 2012, in Porto. It looks at the importance of digital literacies and how VLEs do not support their developmeng and looks at iPLEs as an alternative.

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    INFO2009 Disability and Legislation Guest Lecture by EA Draffan
    Slides from guest lecture, provides an overview of current UK legislation, explores perceptions and attitudes and how legislation affects the role of the IT professional.

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    Introduction to LabVIEW
    Basic step-by-step instruction for a beginner in LabVIEW.

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    NI USRP Lab: DQPSK Receiver Design
    Design a DQPSK receiver using LabVIEW for implementation on NI USRP.

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    NI USRP DQPSK Transceiver LabVIEW files
    LabVIEW files for a DQPSK transmitter and receiver. These files use the NI USRP as transmitter and receiver, where one USRP transmits data and another USRP acts as a receiver. These files are needed for the "NI USRP Lab: DQPSK Transceiver Design" lab available on EdShare.

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    Description Logics
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    Linked Data
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    Ontologies
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    RDF Schema
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    REST in Practice
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    Rules
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    Security
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    What's in a name? The Semantic Web's identity crisis
    WAIS Seminar, presented 29 Mar 2012

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    Technical Writing Part 1
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    Technical Writing: Background and Theory
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    Technical Writing: Conclusions
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    Technical Writing: Discussion
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    Technical Writing: Experimental Design
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    Technical Writing: Results
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    Technical Writing: The Abstract
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    Technical Writing: The Introduction (Section)
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    Digital Inequality
    Unpicking and understanding if and how the web is linked to inequality means: Recognising that the access divide is not over, Thinking beyond hardware, Thinking beyond demographic variables, Developing a conceptual and theoretical toolkit, Beyond technological determinism, Co-constitution, Intersectionality, Technical capital

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    Getting Started With Open Data
    This lecture introduces an array of data sources that can be used to create new applications and visualisations, many examples of which are given. Additionally, there are a number of slides on open data standards, freedom of information requests and how to affect the future of open data.

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    Week 1 - Our Digital World
    Introductory lecture for engineering foundation year Computer Applications module.

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    Week 2 - Organising Life
    Second Computer Applications digital literacy lecture, tackling the issue of using digital tools to help organise our lives.

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    IRP Poster - The Evolution of Malware
    IRP poster for "The Evolution of Malware"

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    HDI find complex roots
    This is a sample video used to support Electrical Engineers

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    Vim - The what, the why and the how
    An introduction to Vim and why I use it. This resource is the precursor to a technical walk through and code along using vim. During the talk I handed round a cheat sheet for vim which can be found at http://www.tuxfiles.org/linuxhelp/vimcheat.html You can find full documentation and a lot more indepth examples in the vim documentation: http://vimdoc.sourceforge.net/htmldoc/help.html

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    Event Driven Programming in Java
    Event driven programming is a way of writing a program that works by responding to things happening (rather than executing a preplanned series of tasks). It is most often used to manage more advanced user interactions, such as GUI programs. In this session we look at how event driven programming works in Java GUIs, as both an introduction to events (using MouseListeners), and also to the way that GUI programs are constructed.

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    System Design: Introduction to Group Work
    In this course you will learn a number of different ways in which to describe a system, at both a high level (using SSM) and a low level (using UML). The main coursework for the course is to work in groups and use these techniques on a case study of your collective choosing. In this session we put the students into groups, run a brainstorming activity on potential businesses, and outline some of the group activities that will be required over the course.

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    System Design: UML Class Diagrams
    In this session we look at UML Class Diagrams and how they fit into both the family of UML models, and also the software engineering process. We look at some basic features of class diagrams including properties, operations, associations, generalisation, aggregation and composition.

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    Systems Design: Introduction to Systems
    This is the introductory slides for Comp1209 Systems Design. In the first half we explain the structure of the course, and in the second we give a brief introduction to Systems (using Bloodhound SSC as a class exercise)

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    Computers for Cynics
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    Seminar Skills
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    e-Health
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    E-commerce: Past, Present, & Future Trends : INFO2009 2012-13 Group 4 (E-vengers)
    An EdShare folder containing a collection of resources created on the subject area of past, present and future e-commerce trends. The primary resource is an interactive website and quiz, with a video commentary and supplementary flyer advertising the proposed resource is also included.

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    Web design debugging
    Lecture notes from Dr Sarvapali Ramchurn on web design debugging and Firebug.

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    INFO1010 - Group Pres Green ICT
    Main presentation plus Research links etc.

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    CTRL-S The Planet - the Green IT Boardgame
    INFO2009 learning resource coursework. This is a board game that allows you to have fun learning about the facts of Green IT

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    Getting Started with Open Data II
    Overview of Linked Data in presentation to Royal Academy of Engineering

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    Open Government Data
    Linked Open data – a platform for modern science, engineering, education and business. In the more recent talk, Sir Nigel Shadbolt speaks about "The Value of Openess - The Open Data Institute and Publically Funded Open Data" during the Natural History Museum of London Informatics Horizons event.

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    Technical Writing Part 2
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    Technical Writing Part 3
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    Oral Presentations: Preparation and Performance
    A short lecture on presentation skills in an academic environment

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    Remote and Connected
    The Web offers new possibilities to link remote and rural places into economic, political and social activities in ways that transcend earlier restrictions of distance. Dyroy Kommune, off the northern coast of Norway, welcomes Web Science students to undertake research on its digital strategy.

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    Transformers 1
    A 35 minute overview of Transformer construction and design elements by Prof Jan Sykulski of the University of Southampton.

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    Game Theory and Addiction
    A brief one lecture introduction to Game Theory and Addiction techniques for building a games.

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    Introduction to HTML5
    Covers HTML5 design principals and key changes. Outlined are new and retired elements, changes to forms and media support. This lecture then also covers key changes to CSS3 and JavaScript which support the development and implementation of HTML5

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    Introduction to jQuery
    Introduction to jQuery and using objects with JSON.

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    The Elevator Pitch
    This lecture looks at what is and what makes a great elevator pitch and uses some of the "best" pitches to show that it is not as easy as some think.

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    Platforms, Languages and Packaging
    This lecture outlines the decisions which need to be made early in a software project regrading the management of a professional sustainable software product or website. This lecture looks at the many different platforms and languages that can be used on these and outlines the differences between interpreted and "native" languages. We also outline the importance of using revision control systems properly and how these are essential for both distribution and supporting of software. Finally this lecture describes how to build a package for the Debian Linux platform.

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    Lecture Notes in Databases Part 1
    Revised 7th November 2012 and 12th November Insert, update and delete slides added.

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    Database lectures Part 3
    More on SQL

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    Database lectures Part 4
    Normalisation, BCNF and third normal form.

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    Database lectures part 2
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    Older SQL lectures
    Show grouping operations.

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    SQL example file
    This file is used to create the examples described in the lectures. It should be used by "sqlite3 < student-3.sql"

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    IRP Poster - Side-effects in Software Transactional Memory
    Poster for IRP project 'Side-effects in Software Transactional Memory: Extending Deuce with TwilightSTM'

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    Project Planning
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    Data Protection Act links to film, slides, quesions; overview notes
    Published on Jun 7, 2012 by icocomms This ICO training video helps answer questions about the Data Protection Act, its impact on the working environment and how to handle and protect people's information. (Produced by Central Office of Information, Crown Copyright 2006)

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    INFO2009 CW2 2012-13 Briefing, advice and organisation
    Notes on group organisation process and planning

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    INFO2009 Framework for Critical Friends Interaction
    Guidance document detailing the suggested process for the critical friend team interaction

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    INFO2009 Resource Brief
    Set of briefs used to select focus of activity in coursework 2 Copy of questions you will need to answer to make your selection for topic allocation Link to online Google form where you enter your choices etc.

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    INFO2009 Resource Examples
    Slideshow demonstrating different types of possible resource. The presentation explains at the same time, some of the working methods which might be used when deciding upon format and researching exemplar resources

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    INFO2009 Reviews Partners, Commentary and Peer Review
    guidance notes on review and evaluation processes. Part of the total handin required See also http://www.edshare.soton.ac.uk/9937/ for use in context and http://www.edshare.soton.ac.uk/9911/ for the guidance on the critical friend review process

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    INFO2009 Stage Test Orientation
    notes and slides to guide preparation for stage test

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 13
    This contains files from the resource: Semantic Web Explained by Group 13: Web Club 7 Further instructions in readme.txt

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 10 Facebook Privacy
    Security and Privacy Online - this is the resource and flyer created for INFO2009 which provides an interactive web presentation to make the general public aware of the dangers of using the internet unsafely, and how they can protect themselves.

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 20: video "Panorama: An Investigation into Augmented Reality"
    Group 20 (km) "Kirk's Krew" is proud to present "Panorama: An Investigation into Augmented Reality," an exciting and entertaining video used for the general public which engages through a fast-paced investigatory style. You'll never forget the story of students Jake and Andrew as they seek to thwart the villianous schemes of Larry Beige with help and hindrance from AR! Explore the past, present and future of AR in a Panorama style investigation! ECS' very own Dr Enrico Costanza is on hand with years of expertise! For a full listing of share contents, please see readme.txt

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 1 video Digital Futures
    Our country is heading for a crisis. IT and computing are growing larger every day. With this comes an increasing skills shortage, so we need you to be the future of IT. Look ahead of you is an educational video, designed to teach you about the future of computing and why you should be a part of it.

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 27 & 31: The public awareness of science
    Resources for coursework 2 of INFO 2009. A video made to promote the public awareness of science as a topic. It goes through interesting facts and explains what you can do to make a difference. A flyer made to advertise the video, explaining what it is and how it can be used.

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 18 Animation Cyber Security
    Resource and flyer produced for INFO2009 12/13. An animation on public-key encryption related to cybercrime and cybersecurity. Target audience is undergraduates, but the resource does not assume prior knowledge of the topics, or any in-depth knowledge of IT.

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 29 & 30
    "Britain's Next Top Business Model" Quiz Show. The animation gives an example of what questions might be asked for teaching, learning, education and/or assessment in a quiz show environment. The full set of appropriate questions is available in a separate document.

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 28 Animation on Green IT
    Animation on Green IT Container EdShare to be used to assemble resources developed by team for coursework 2. The metadata will be updated by the group, and description modified when the resource set has been completed. The resource has been set up with an instructional readme file. This will be replaced by each group with a new readme file. Each group needs to update this description. Further instructions in readme.txt

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 19 Video "Movie Tech: Fantasy or Reality?"
    Directory containing a teaching resource titled Movie Tech: Fantasy or Reality?, as well as a flyer promoting this resource and a file readme.txt which contains further information

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    INFO2009 2012-13: An Educational Video on Augmented Reality by Group 8 - Team Infinity
    An educational resource set on Augmented Reality and whether it really is "A Vision of Tomorrow". Our educational video takes the audience on a journey through the current uses of AR, then to the future and we also discusses legal and ethical issues towards the end.

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 7 video Augmented Reality
    This repository contains the coursework for group 7 - The Kamikaze Spanners for the module INFO2009. Our work consists of an educational movie/video on the legal and ethical issues raised by the use of Augmented Reality, a flyer in docx and pdf format and a readme.txt file. The two presenting slides used during lectures have also been uploaded to the repository, as per the coursework instructions. To view our video, please download and run it on any standard video player. Alternatively, our video can also be seen on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYXJ7Ma4RrQ

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 22
    A resource aimed at older school children about e-commerce, consisting of a series of three podcasts and an infographic.

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 16 Cyber Security
    This resource is an informational resource that attempts to inform the general public about security and privacy with using the internet.

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 24
    A short video explaining how the next generation of the internet will differ from the web as we currently know it and how these changes will affect a user. The possible problems with the transition are also covered.

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 21 - We know where you live
    We know where you live is an entertaining and informative quiz show highlighting the dangers resulting from a lack of awareness of Facebook's privacy and security settings. The game show is complemented by a short tutorial explaining these settings. The show is aimed at a wider audience and is suitable for all.

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 14 Video quiz show facebook security
    "Really, you don't say?" quiz show

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Group 17 - The 8 Team “Do You Know the Equality Act” video
    a video called “Do You Know the Equality Act”. The video is aimed at undergraduate and A level students. This was produced by 17 and our name is “The 8 Team”. The group consists of Elizabeth Bolton, Aisha Guba, Zoe Butler, Caroline Lee, Yingyi Emily Liu, George Lovegrove and Annie Relfe. Our content is based on the topic of legal awareness through

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 6 Flashcards
    An inspirational and educational flashcard resource for secondary school children. Can be used as flashcards or as a matching activity (depending on how cards are cut out).

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 23
    FutureTech - Discover the Tech Behind Your Future!

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 12 Security and Privacy
    This is an educational resource that covers a number of realistic attacks on privacy from a technical perspective along with the legal issues you might face if you don't take adequate precautions with data. The format is engaging and entertaining, framing real-world issues in a familiar medium - namely that of a trailer for a blockbuster film.

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 11 CTRL-S The Planet - the Green IT Boardgame
    INFO2009 learning resource coursework. This is a board game that allows you to have fun learning about the facts of Green IT

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    INFO2009 The Evolution of Business Models (an audio podcast) Group 5: Team Moreau
    An irreverent sideways look at new business models and their effect on the world around us. Designed with Years 9 and 10 in mind.

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 25 video, website future awareness
    Web 3.0 - Future Technology Awareness By Team "Time Management": Alejandro Saucedo - Video & Flyer Stephen Griffith - Website James Crickmere - Research Jack Kanani - Dictionary In this era you cannot afford being tech-illiterate as it is literally everywhere! This is why we did thorough research on the future of technology - Web 3.0! You can find all our resources at http://web3.hackasoton.com

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 2&3: The Splendid Seven
    Friendface is a Facebook-styled site aimed at illustrating the importance of using appropriate privacy settings when using social media

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    INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 15 - Web Science
    Web Science - Group 15 created an interactive infographic which informs prospective applicants about the new Web Science undergraduate degrees offered at the University of Southampton, starting in October 2013. Web Science as a new and exciting field of research is also briefly outlined, supported by two video interviews with Dr Les Car, a web scientist.

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    DevECS Revision Control Lecture
    A presentation to accompany the DevECS Revision Control talk being held on the 25th April 2012. This talk covers basic git usage ensuring that users can make the most of revision control with no previous use.

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    Network Dynamics
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    On social networks and game theory, some research problems
    Seminar given as part of social networking course, to give a brief overview of some applied examples game theory used in social network simulation

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    Rights and Ownership online
    Legal Issues slides to use as a part of the preparation for exam. Supplement to other existing resources

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