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    • Using YouTube and Social Media in Research 

      Haddad, Fanar (The Incremental project (Cambridge University Library), 2011-03-02)
      Fanar Haddad uses YouTube and social media extensively as a source for his research on Iraq and secterian violence. In this presentation, he shares his experiences, recommendations, encouragement, and concerns for using ...
    • Interview: Using YouTube in Research 

      Haddad, Fanar (The Incremental project, Cambridge University Library, 2011-03-02)
      Fanar Haddad uses YouTube and social media extensively as a source for his research on Iraq and secterian violence. In this short interview, he shares his experiences, recommendations, and concerns for using unstable ...
    • Intellectual property rights and University of Cambridge: Focus on patents and commercialisation. 

      Jennings, Richard (2011-02-02)
      In this presentation, Richard Jennings (Cambridge Enteprise) provides an overview of the University of Cambridge IPR policy and how it pertains to research. Dr. Jennings also discussed the role of Cambridge Enterprise and ...
    • Using the UK Freedom of Information Act: A practical guide for researchers 

      Kandiah, Michael (2011-02-16)
      Michael Kandiah discussed his experience and tips to help researchers use the Freedom of Information Act to gather data.