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    University of Southampton Module Evaluation Form
    This is the full Module Evaluation Form adopted by the University of Southampton. The latest editable file can be downloaded from the Learning and Teaching Enhancement Unit (LATEU) of the University. Included in this resource is the online version of the form for use in Blackboard, WebCT and other virtual learning environments. If you are using Blackboard, you are advised to use Internet Explorer version 6 or higher. Save the Blackboard zip archive to a local drive. Do not rename the file name. Go to the destination course area in Blackboard, open the "Control Panel" and then start the "Survey Manager" (in the "Assessment" group). Use the "Import" command to upload the zip archive. Once this is completed, rename the evaluation form which can then be added to any content area within the course using the dropdown "Add Survey" command.

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    UK Postcode Addressing
    These are parts of the Geographical Referencing resources for social scientists looking at how the postcodes are derived and maintained in the UK.

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    Academic Integrity Guidelines - Professional Values
    Explanatory notes on why academic integrity is important for students in their professional and personal development.

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    Academic Integrity Guidelines - Quiz and References
    A multiple-choice quiz to test a student's understanding of academic integrity and plagiarism. A range of quiz formats including Blackboard, IMS-QTI, plain text and Respondus is available for users to download.

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    Academic Integrity Guidelines: School of Geography's Policy
    The School of Geography's policy and requirements in dealing with matters related to academic integrity and plagiarism.

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    The Tyne Digital Library - Part 1 Introduction
    The Tyne Digital Library (TDL) provides access to scholarly materials (e.g. papers, book chapters, bibliographic reference lists), databases of hydrological and physical information, maps of key physiographic and environmental data, and electronic journal articles, for students undertaking GEOG3023 River Basin Management. In addition, the TDL utilises technological innovations that enhance services for accessing this information.

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    The Tyne Digital Library - Part 2 Maps and Images
    In this section, you will find maps showing various important aspects of the River Tyne catchment area. All the maps are drawn based on Ordnance Survey data made available via the Digimap service. For the land cover maps of the catchment area, four variants are provided. Please note that the full details of the intext citations quoted in some of the following maps can be found in the full bibliographic listing.

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    The Tyne Digital Library - Part 3 Bibliography
    This section consists of a comprehensive collection of bibliographic information covering five important themes to help you with the desktop research of the River Tyne catchment area.

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    The Tyne Digital Library - Part 4 Datasets
    This part contains geomorphological, hydrological and other information concerning the desktop research of the River Tyne catchment area.

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    How to Cite References - School of Geography
    This is a quick guide for students to learn the appropriate Harvard referencing style in academic writing.

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