The University of Edinburgh’s 23 Things for Digital Knowledge is a self-directed course, run by Information Services Group.The programme aims to expose you to a range of digital tools for your personal and professional development as a researcher, academic, student, or professional. The aim is for you to spend a little time each week over the semester, building up and expanding your skills. Each week, we’ll talk about one or more of the tools/tasks from our 23 Things programme and…
The College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine's introduction to Online Distance Learning. Created by Interactive Content, LTW.
Edinburgh University Library an introduction. Department of Animal Genetics Research Film Unit Edinburgh 1968. Directed by Eric.C.A.Lucey,
George Square and E.C.A.
4 minute video showing how to use the shoulderpod and accessories with your smartphone to record video.
Winning entry for 2015's 48 hour Ani Jam in Glasgow. Made by 3rd year ECA Animation students Vera Babida and Robert Duncan.
Short film using screenprinting techniques, made by ECA Animation Student Nica Harrison in her 3rd year of study.
Animated stop frame Christmas film made by Mark Boyle in 1994.
Some footage from the recent Media Hopper launch event.
Presentation Video from Gavin Douglas (Deputy Secretary, Student Experience) (audio described)
The University and the European Union referendum
University of Edinburgh new student pledge
An intro to Media Hopper
Unwell Inpatient Station
Introducing 23 Things. Expand your knowledge of the digital world.
Welcome Ceremony 2016
Simon Riley SLICCs
Young Edinburgh Action
Clinical Finals Station - Unwell Patient (Examiner)
Dr Philip Hands: Liquid crystal lasers
Clinical Finals Station - Unwell Patient (Student)
Habilito: Debt For Life
IH - Ian Church 2
IH - Ian Church 1
IH - Ian Church 3
North American Alumni Insights - Global Horizons 2016
Systematic review projects: protocol and search development 2016-10-16
The University's Media Asset Management Platform
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