Monthly Archives: July 2014

E-Assessments and Academic Integrity

It is rare to find someone who chooses to be dishonest (Carnegie Mellon University, n.d.). However, for various reasons, students may choose to cheat on a test. This could be due to lack of time needed to cover a large … Continue reading

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Web archiving and scraping – tools and tutorials

I was lucky enough to attend Digital Humanities 2014 in Lausanne, Switzerland this summer. One of the topics I was most interested in learning about was web archiving and scraping. Being able to automate the gathering of information from the … Continue reading

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