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James Mayers Director of National Resources, International Institute for Environment and Development - at the launch of the Centre for Sustainable Forests and Landscapes, Wednesday 26th September 2018 #edforests 2018

James Mayers Director of National Resources, International Institute for Environment and Development - discusses how his organisation would like to engage with the new Centre for Sustainable Forests…

From  Jillian Hosie A month ago 0 likes 8 views 0  

Life as a student intern with the Digital Skills and Training team - Jordana Black

In this video, 3rd year Mathematics student, Jordana Black discusses her experience working with the Digital Skills and Training team as a Digital Skills for Students Advisor through the Employ.ed on…

From  Andrew Todd 3 Months ago 0 likes 46 views 0  

Digital Skills: The Student Perspective

In this video, five student summer interns within the Information Services Group give their opinions on the digital skills they have developed throughout their degrees, and stress the importance of…

From  Andrew Todd 4 Months ago 1 likes 83 views 0  

Six in six minutes - 3 students and 3 staff discuss Wikipedia in the Classroom at the University of Edinburgh

Contributors include:Karoline Nanfeldt - 4th year Psychology undergraduate student. Tomas Sanders - 4th year History undergraduate student. Aine Kavanagh - Senior Hons. Reproductive Biology student.…

From  Ewan McAndrew 5 Months ago 0 likes 25 views 0  

Wikipedia and History - Tomas Sanders, History undergraduate at the School of History, Classics and Archaeology

Wikipedia and History - Tomas Sanders, History undergraduate at the School of History, Classics and Archaeology was interviewed in March 2018 about his motivation in running a Wikipedia editing event…

From  Ewan McAndrew 7 Months ago 0 likes 15 views 0  

Catching Cosmic Cataclysms: the new field of gravitational wave astronomy

On September 14th 2015, LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory) instruments detected gravitational waves from a binary black hole merger. This was the first ever direct observation…

From  Stuart Dunbar 7 Months ago 1 likes 8 views 0