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From  Paolo Drusi 6 Months ago 0 likes 61 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 7 Months ago 0 likes 30 views 0  

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 8 Months ago 0 likes 16 views 0  

Working as a student intern at The University of Edinburgh - Karoline Nanfeldt (shortened version)

In this shortened video, student Karoline Nanfeldt summarises her internship with the Information Services Group on the Lecture Recording Programme, and shares with us her proudest moment. The full…

From  Andrew Todd 8 Months ago 0 likes 20 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 9 Months ago 0 likes 81 views 0  

Working as a student intern at The University of Edinburgh - Karoline Nanfeldt (full version)

In this short video, student Karoline Nanfeldt shares her experience working as a student intern within the Information Services Group on the University's Lecture Recording Programme. - CC …

From  Andrew Todd 9 Months ago 1 likes 22 views 0  

Wikipedia in the Classroom - Psychology student Karoline Nanfeldt

Karoline Nanfeldt, 4th year Psychology student, was interviewed in March 2018 on Wikipedia and the study of psychology, her experience of adding references to Wikipedia as part of the #1Lib1Ref…

From  Ewan McAndrew 9 Months ago 0 likes 17 views 0  

Code Yourself! Karol Stanski on programming

This project was created by the School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh.

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