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IVTuesday in 60 seconds - John Swinney & Chris van der Kuyl

Short on time? Aren't we all! So here's a round up of March's iVTuesday with Deputy First Minster John Swinney and Scottish Entrepreneur Chris van der Kuyl in 60 seconds...ish.

From  Jacqueline Clark A month ago 0 likes 1 views 0  

IV Tuesday: Deputy First Minister, Mr John Swinney - Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Born in 1964, John Swinney joined the Scottish National Party in 1979 and went on to graduate from Edinburgh University with an MA (Hons) in Politics. Mr Swinney gave his views on innovation &…

From  Jacqueline Clark A month ago 0 likes 3 views 0  

Dr Niki Vermeulen, Dr Bill Jenkins and team - Curious Edinburgh

Dr Niki Vermeulen, Dr Bill Jenkins and team - Curious Edinburgh

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Edinburgh Global - The second phase of the UncoverED exhibition

Henry Mitchell and Tom Cunningham, project leads for UncoverED, discuss the second phase of the exhibition. The focus moves to the period 1800 - 1939 and noteworthy alumni such as James Africanus…

From  Nic Cameron 4 Months ago 0 likes 46 views 0  

John Devany... in conversation with Viv Cree

John Devany in conversation with Viv Cree 26th September 2018 - John Devaney "in conversation with" Viv Cree. This event looked back on Viv's 40 year connection with the University of…

From  Viviene Cree 4 Months ago 0 likes 26 views 0  

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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And finally... what's your favourite Wikipedia article?

Staff and students at the University of Edinburgh were interviewed in March 2018 about their experiences with Wikipedia. As a final question, they were all asked what their favourite Wikipedia…

From  Ewan McAndrew A year ago 0 likes 21 views 0  

Library Collections Rationalisation Project

Project Manager Hannah Mateer talks about the Library Collections Rationalisation Project. An Information Services project which will create a significant amount collections space, catalogue 12,000…

From  Tim Gray A year ago 0 likes 86 views 0  

Stories of Student Empowerment - a compilation of student feedback on the Wikimedia residency

Stories of Student Empowerment - a compilation of student feedback on the Wikimedia residency. This video was recorded in March 2018 and features contributions from: Jemima John - Law undergraduate…

From  Ewan McAndrew A year ago 0 likes 91 views 0  

Wikipedia and Law - Interview with Law undergraduate student, Jemima John

Jemima John, undergraduate student at the University of Edinburgh's School of Law, was interviewed in March 2018 on the crossover between Wikipedia and the study of law and her motivation for…

From  Ewan McAndrew A year ago 0 likes 18 views 0  

Preventing Dementia: Current Priorities in Dementia Prevention Research

Preventing Dementia: Advice and Advances - a conference held at the University of Edinburgh on 29th November 2017. This is a recording of a chaired discussion with Prof Craig Ritchie, director of the…

From  Anna Borthwick A year ago 0 likes 37 views 0  

Making a murderer_the story of John Howison_FINAL

A podcast about how the University of Edinburgh, the City of Edinburgh Council and Cramond Heritage Trust collaborated on a project which used forensic techniques to re-create the face of 19th…

From  Nicholas Kelly A year ago 0 likes 44 views 0  

Understanding the Referendum - How Scotland voted

This project was created by the School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh.

From  Lucy Kendra A year ago 0 likes 9 views

Higgs Boson - In conversation with John Ellis

This project was created by the School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Edinburgh.

From  Lucy Kendra A year ago 0 likes 8 views

Jane Austen and the Belly of the Beast: OERs and Neoliberalism

This idea for this flash talk at the OER17 Conference by John Casey, and Wolfgang Greller was sparked by comments made in Jim Groom’s OER 2016 keynote, about OER’s in America being used…

From  Ewan McAndrew 2 Years ago 0 likes 14 views 0  

Theology, Spirituality and Hope: Reimagining Mental Health

Lectur by Professor John Swinton (University of Aberdeen) held at the University of Edinburgh Chaplaincy in November 2016. Prof Swinton was the 2016 winner of the Michael Ramsay Prize for his book…

From  Alistair Bryden 2 Years ago 0 likes 53 views