50 research outputs found

    Aggregated Erevnametrics: bringing together alt-metrics through Research Objects

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    This position paper examines the spectrum of artefacts that contribute to the research process, in the context of bibliometrics and erevnametrics. We examine how existing research evaluation techniques could be enhanced with richer information about the research process and research outputs

    The scope of adaptive digital games for education

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    In learning technologies, there is a distinct difference between the user sequencing in a system based on IMS simple sequencing and an adaptive hypermedia system. This range of possibilities is important to consider when attempting to augment educational games with adaptive elements. This poster demonstrates how truly adaptive games could be designed and discusses why this is useful in the field of education

    Java path setting batch file

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    This is a batch file written to help students on ECS' Programming 1 course (COMP1202) using iSolutions machines which have the JDK, but do not add it to the PATH variable, making compilation from the command line difficult. It attempts to find the JDK directory and add it to the Windows PATH. The code is as follows: @SET JAVA_HOME=C:\Program Files\Java @FOR /F %%G IN ('DIR /B "%JAVA_HOME%\JDK*"') DO @SET JDK_HOME=%JAVA_HOME%\%%G @SET PATH=%JDK_HOME%\bin;%PATH% @javac -version @echo. @echo %JDK_HOME%\bin successfully added to Windows PATH @echo. @echo Now type 'javac'. @echo. @echo. @echo. @CM

    Web Architecture: HTTP Practical

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    A summary of the HTTP calls we made during the tutorial session

    1617 ReST architecture coursework (COMP6218)

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    Web Architecture: HTML Practical

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    Resources from the HTML session on 6th October 201

    COMP6218 ReST coursework feedback (1617)

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    CSS Practical

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    The CSS that we wrote in the lecture, applied to the updated Tortoise and Hare HTML story created in week 1. (Note that there's 3 different stylesheets attached. Use View > Page Styles to see them all in Firefox.) Also links to Zen Garden so you can do the group task

    ReST Practical

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    In the tutorial we explored the PayPal API as an example of an API that implements HATEOAS
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