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Prof Elaine Howard Ecklund - Science and Religion in Global Public Life

Prof Elaine Howard Ecklund - Science and Religion in Global Public Life

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Mark Sprevek - The Singularity - Data Controversies 2019

Mark Sprevek - The Singularity

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What is the Internet of Things - James Stewart and Andres Dominguez - Data Contoversies 2019

An introduction to the Internet of ThingsDr James Stewart and Mr Andres Dominguez, Science Technology and Innovation StudiesData Contoversies 2019 …

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SAP BusinessObjects 4.2: Tour of the New Interface - Lecture Recording

Lecture recording of the "SAP BusinessObjects 4.2: Tour of the New Interface" session held on 22/1/19. This session showcases the new-look Launch Pad and Web Intelligence interactive…

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SAP BusinessObjects 4.2 - Advanced users - Create a new Web Intelligence Document

This video is part of a short series showing you how to carry out basic tasks in SAP BusinessObjects version 4.2. In this video we look at how advanced users can create a new Web Intelligence…

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BI Tools - UX Showcase lightning talk

Nicola Dobiecka summarises user research undertaken by the User Experience Service from June to August 2018, in support of the BI/MI Service as they shape their provision to the University with the…

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Professor Geoff Simm: Inaugural lecture: Thought for Food - Food for Thought?

Inaugural lecture by Professor Geoff Simm, Professor of Global Agriculture and Food SecurityRecorded 3/12/2018 at the Roslin Auditorium. Abstract:Feeding the world's growing population well -…

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SAP BusinessObjects 4.2 - Video 3 - Web Intelligence Interactive Viewer

This video is part of a short series showing you how to carry out basic tasks in SAP BusinessObjects version 4.2. In this video we look at opening and refreshing a Web Intelligence document in the…

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SAP BusinessObjects 4.2 - Video 1 - Overview of the Launch Pad

This video is part of a short series showing you how to carry out basic tasks in SAP BusinessObjects version 4.2. In this video we look at the Fiorified BI Launch Pad. The content of these videos…

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SAP BusinessObjects 4.2 - Video 2 - Find your Documents in the Launch Pad

This video is part of a short series showing you how to carry out basic tasks in SAP BusinessObjects version 4.2. In this video we look at where to find public documents; how to mark a document as…

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SAP BusinessObjects 4.2 - Video 4 - Share a Web Intelligence Document

This video is part of a short series showing you how to carry out basic tasks in SAP BusinessObjects version 4.2. In this video we look at how to send a copy of a Web Intelligence document to…

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SAP BusinessObjects 4.2 - Video 5 - Export and Print a Web Intelligence Document

This video is part of a short series showing you how to carry out basic tasks in SAP BusinessObjects version 4.2. In this video we look at how to export a Web Intelligence document to Excel; and…

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Dr Torgny Roxå

Strong and weak ties – changing teaching cultures in higher education in programme Torgny Roxå Lund University, Sweden Learning & Teaching Conference 2018

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3 important reasons to fill in the community planning officials survey

Do you work in community planning in Scotland? Here are three important reasons to complete our survey: 1. Share your views and perspectives about your work 2. Help improve community planning 3.…

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