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    Academic Integrity
    PowerPoint slides for talk on Academic Integrity. Examples are taken from the Medical Literature. Reference is made to the University's Academic Integrity Statement. A quiz using Zappers is included in the presentation.

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    COMP6043 Analysis of Textual Data
    Class exercise to analyse qualitative data mediated on use of a set of transcripts, augmented by videos from web site. Discussion is around not only how the data is codes, interview bias, dimensions of analysis. Designed as an introduction.

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    COMP6043 Conducting Interviews
    Slides which take students through the interview process, mediated through the presentation of published papers which use interview data

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    COMP6043 Surveys
    Overview of Surveys and Survey Systems. Class exercise sheet, to use to think about survey design example question types from survey monkey, plus set of example survey questions

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    COMP6049 Approaching Surveys - Purpose, Paradigms Protocols and Pragmatics
    An introduction for students intending to design and conduct a survey. This is the prelude to a practical group activity.

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    COMP6049 Quantitative analysis
    notes for class discussion and exercise

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    Charts.doc (7)
    Notes on use of SPSS. Used in Research Skills for Biomedical Science

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    Checking for invalid data in Excel
    A video of how to check for invalid data where the data has already been entered into Excel

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    Confidence Intervals
    PowerPoint slides for Confidence Intervals. Examples are taken from the Medical Literature

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    E-Research Methods Zip files
    Download these if you want to run your own, modufued version of erm

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    Entering Data into Excel
    Video on how to enter data into Excel. This includes setting up column headings, changing sheet names, using lists for categorical items, using validation on columns of data, plus how to check validation is operating correctly.

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    Getting Excel Data into SPSS
    Video of how to get data in an Excel spreadsheet into SPSS. It starts with how to ensure the data is set and formatted correctly.

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    Hypothesis Testing
    PowerPoint slides for Hypothesis Testing. Examples are taken from the Medical Literature

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    Hypothesis Testing.ppt (10)
    PowerPoint Slides for Hypothesis testing Used in Research Skills for Biomedical Science

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    Introduction to Research Methods
    Just one lecture for first year. Its objective is to show that there exists more than on approach to tackling a research question - and that not all disciplines approach things the same way!

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    Introduction.ppt (0)
    Introduction to Research Skills for Biomedicine course

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    Learn, discover, develop and create: University of Southampton guide to research
    The University of Southampton guide to research has been composed by the University’s academic librarians and is a gateway to resources listed by academic subject.

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    Making the case: an academic guide to research
    This guide gives advice on the best ways to find and select the most useful, reliable and relevant information to support and argument in your essay.

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    Measuring Outcomes_Notes.ppt
    PowerPoint Slides relating to theory and use of SPSS. Used in Research Skills for Biomedical Science

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    Methods and Methodology: COMP6049
    Slides and exercises for class on methods and methodology to web science masters. Explores inter-disciplinarity and disciplinary differences

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    Research Skills for 2009.doc
    Used in Research Skills for Biomedical Science. This links to a set of Word and Powerpoint documents

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    Research Skills for Biomedical Science
    This is a collection of PowerPoint and Word documents used to deliver a 10 ECTS module at HE4 level to PhD students in the School of Medicine.

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    Research papers
    A presentation on writing research papers for SOES 6018. This module aims to ensure that MSc Oceanography, MSc Marine Science, Policy & Law and MSc Marine Resource Management students are equipped with the skills they need to function as professional marine scientists, in addition to / in conjuction with the skills training in other MSc modules. The module covers training in fieldwork techniques, communication & research skills, IT & data analysis and professional development.

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    Writing Technical Reports and Papers
    A brief coverage of the structure of a paper/report and some hints on writing and avoiding plagiarism

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    e-Research Methods Assessment 1
    The first assessment for those using the material as part of a 20 CATS module.

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    e-Research Methods Assessment 1 word file
    Word files for assessment 1 and marking scheme

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    e-Research Methods Assessment 2
    The second assessment for those using the material as part of a 20 CATS module.

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    e-Research Methods Assessment 2 word file
    Word files for assessment 2 and marking scheme

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    e-Research Methods Module Specification
    This file contains a generic module specification for the e-Research Methods module which has been approved by AQSC for use at Masters level.

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    e-Research Methods Module Specification Word File
    This file contains a generic module specification for the e-Research Methods module which has been approved by AQSC for use at Masters level.

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    e-Research Methods Theme 1 Introduction
    The theme will introduce you to research at the University of Southampton and within your School. It will also begin the process of helping you become more self- aware of your particular learning style to enable you to manage the requirements of the Research Methods module

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    e-Research Methods Theme 1 Introduction ZIP
    Source files for theme 1

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    e-Research Methods Theme 2 Getting Started as a Researcher
    In this theme you will work through a series of texts and activities and reflect on your view of research as well as the skills you are developing. Most activities are supported by textual or audio material and are there to stimulate your thinking in a given area. Through this theme you will have a broad understanding of what is expected of you, the skills you will be developing, the different approaches to research and the importance of developing a clear and mutually understood relationship with your supervisor.

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    e-Research Methods Theme 2 Getting Started... ZIP
    Source files for theme 2

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    e-Research Methods Theme 3 Literature Review ZIP
    Source files for theme 3

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    e-Research Methods Theme 3: Literature Review
    This theme helps you to develop search strategies, select search terms and appraise references you retrieve in order to differentiate between helpful and irrelevant literature sources. In addition, it looks at ways in which you can manage your references and develop understanding and skills to become an effective and efficient user of Library resources and services.

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    e-Research Methods Theme 4 Choosing Your Research Topic
    In this theme you will work through a series of texts and activities designed to develop the essential personal, organisational, management, theoretical and research skills you need to select an appropriate topic for a Masters/PhD research project.

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    e-Research Methods Theme 4 Choosing Your Research Topic ZIP
    Source files for theme 4

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    e-Research Methods Theme 5 Project Management
    The aims of this theme are: •to identify and develop personal attributes that enable postgraduate students to manage a research project to the correct standard and to complete it on time; •to enable postgraduate students to plan and organise their research project in order to successfully reach their full potential in their chosen postgraduate degree; •to enable postgraduate students to apply appropriate time management skills to the planning of their research project; •to identify study skills and resource management strategies that can benefit postgraduate students to effectively organise and research their chosen field; •to develop team work skills within the postgraduate cohort studying the Project Management core theme.

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    e-Research Methods Theme 5 Project Management ZIP
    Source files for theme 5

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    e-Research Methods Theme 6 Collecting Data
    In this theme you will work through a series of texts and activities designed to help you think carefully about your approach to collecting the data for your research project.

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    e-Research Methods Theme 6 Collecting Data ZIP
    Source files for theme 6

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    e-Research Methods Theme 7 Data Analysis
    In this theme you will work through a series of texts and activities and reflect on your view of research and the process of analysis of data and information. Most activities are supported by textual or audio material and are there to stimulate your thinking in a given area. The purpose of this theme is to help you gain a general overview of the main approaches to research design. Although the theme comprises two main sections, one on quantitative research and the other on qualitative research, this is purely to guide your study. The two approaches may be viewed as being part of a continuum with many research studies now incorporating elements of both styles. Eventually you will need to choose a research approach or methodology that will be practical, relevant, appropriate, ethical, of good quality and effective for the research idea or question that you have in mind.

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    e-Research Methods Theme 7 Data Analysis ZIP
    Source files for theme 7

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    e-Research Methods Theme 8 Writing Research Proposal ZIP
    Source files for theme 8

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    e-Research Methods Theme 8 Writing Your Research Proposal
    A good research proposal provides a clear research question within the context of yours chosen research area. It should be presented with the full range of background relating to the topic, unambiguous aims and objectives, and a research methodology. It is assumed that a pre-requisite to completing this core theme is that you have already identified your research question, have conducted your literature review, identified how you will collect and analyse your data, and have planned how you will complete your research, either through discussions with your Masters/PhD supervisors, or the completion of the five core themes on this module ('Literature review', 'Choosing your research topic', 'Project Management' 'Collecting data' and 'Data analysis'.)

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