App of the Week: Inkodo

This week’s App of the Week is Windows’ note-taking app called Inkodo. Having said that, it needs to be underlined that Inkodo is unlike any other note-taking app – it doesn’t simply let you make notes; it goes beyond with its photo-editing, notification, and streaming abilities. This is basically a very creative all in one app.…

APA Referencing system: What to do if there are multiple authors?

Your in-text citations and full references should look like this: One author Reference list: Philips, D. (2006). Quality of life: concept, policy and practice. London: Routledge In-text citation: Philips (2006) states… Two authors Reference list: Kimball, R. & Ross, M. (2002). The data warehouse toolkit: The complete guide to dimensional modelling. New York: Wiley. In-text citation: Kimball and Ross…

APA Referencing Style: A basic how to guide

While referencing a book, you need to note down the following information: –Surname and initials of author –Title of book and subtitle [if any] –Place of publication: City not country –Name of publisher Your reference should look like this: For an electronic book, you will also need to include the web address or DOI. It…

Did you know: Referencing just got easier with APA

Effective from September 2016, the University has adopted the APA 6th ed. referencing style for most courses. If you’re unsure about the referencing system that your course follows, make sure you find out from your tutors or module leaders. The APA 6th ed. referencing style is a widely recognised style that follows the author/date method that…

Ted Talk: Can we build AI without losing control over it?

Scared of superintelligent AI? You should be, says neuroscientist and philosopher Sam Harris — and not just in some theoretical way. We’re going to build superhuman machines, says Harris, but we haven’t yet grappled with the problems associated with creating something that may treat us the way we treat ants. Watch this video in which…