Community Blogs

Welcome to the SGSSS blog directory. Here you will find blogs from all corners of the Scottish Social Science community. If you’d like to contribute, register an account and head over to your blog page located in your profile.

Turnitin Does Not Detect Plagiarism

Using Turnitin as a Positive Tool for Formative Assessment Ref: https://acdev.orgdev.coventry.domains/application/files/2715/6293/3552/J282-19_The-Coventry-Way-eBook_V7.pdf [accessed 26.10.20] Aims and rationale: The use of Turnitin as a tool within Higher

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chelle Oldham

13 & in Lockdown

The Teenager Living with Covid-19 Living in lockdown as a home-schooled 13yr old. “Lockdown, a word that, just last year, had a very different meaning.

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Rachel Salzano

Recruiting for a Pilot Study

Hello Everyone, Covid-19 may have changed the way we are conducting our research, driving our in-person interviews to online platforms or telephones, pushing us to

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Roeland Hemsteede

An SGSSS Internship… In Nepal!

Ever since SGSSS started promoting their internship scheme I was gutted when receiving calls for expressions of interest. Pretty much every position focused, understandably, on

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SGSSS Team

Maintaining Motivation

I’m delighted to have had the opportunity to contribute to the SGSSS Cohort Building Programme this month. The student pitches and presentations demonstrated huge impact

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SGSSS Team

Big Data in Small Packages

North of Sonderborg, alongside the Alssund, the gentle farmland of Jutland stretches into the horizon. Fields of early autumn colours keep small patches of woodland

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