Tying very well with the panel discussion on the opening day of the LRW,
this will be a talk about research ethics and potential pitfalls within
Social Science research.
Introduction to Mendeley Reference Manager and Mendeley Cite
Presenter: Letlao Seloma, Assistant Librarian: Carnegie Research Commons
This session will be an introduction to the use of Mendeley Reference Manager and Mendeley Cite.
Checking your similarity index with Turnitin
Presenter: Samuel Morris, E-Learning Technical Officer; Centre for Teaching and Learning
This session will focus on how Turnitin is used at Stellenbosch University by demonstrating the various features of Turnitin which are often used by lecturers and supervisors. In the session, there will also be an overview on the various available options to students regarding access to Turnitin to check their work before submitting the final version through the dedicated or instructed Turnitin link. Lastly, an overview of relevant frequently asked questions submitted by students to the Learning Technologies service desk will also be covered.
Copyright issues in research
Presenter: Carol Kat, Head: Copyright; Trade Marks & Short Courses, Innovation and Commercialisation
This presentation provides an overview of the copyright issues which students typically encounter while working on their theses or dissertations.