Search for tag: "law"

Webinar: Preparing for lecture recording: presentation design and media use

This webinar session outlines the rollout of the new Media Hopper Replay service across the University of Edinburgh and focuses on the design and accessibility of teaching materials, in recorded…

webaim.org/resources/contrastchecker/.web applicationsconsciousnessweb colorshypertextvirtual learning environmentsassistive technologysessionradiopeer-to-peer computingtheories of historynetworkslinguisticstechnical communicationcopyrightcontent management systemsglass plateclabroadcastingteachingpresentationpaper productsreusephotographymaterialvlegoogle serviceseffectssocial psychologygrammarvideo hostingresourcegroup processespackaging materialsuniversityphoto sharingmedia hopper replaycopyright literacyauxiliary sciences of historycontract lawsecuritysociology of cultureecologytelevision series by universal televisionradio formatsccbyinformation retrievalcla licensestreamingvideopersonal identification documentseducational softwaretraditional chinese objectsinstitutespsychologymultimediagoogle imagesresearchcopyleftsafetyinternetlectureevaluationsocial networking servicesvideo on demand servicesinternet protocolsparodiesmonopoly (economics)oermarketingcreative commons-licensed websitesmultilingual websitesdigital technologylatin alphabete-learningontologylicenseeducational stagesnew mediahistorypowerpointpolitical science termsstudentsystems sciencecolorcommunicationimagehearinggraphic designaestheticslearningcomputer lawtelecommunicationseducational facilitiescamerasimage hostingdigital televisionquestioninternet search enginesart mediainformation scienceaccountancymedia formatsopen methodologiesdidacticsopen content projectsgraphicscontemporary artsemanticsopen educational resourcescommercetelevisionwikimedia projectslibrary sciencerecordingprintinglegal termspedagogypropertyshort videopublic recordshigher educationaccessibilityengineeringcognitive scienceeducation terminologyeducational technologyeducational institutionsphilosophy disambiguationsocial information processingdocumentsinternet terminologymediafree softwareopen contentfilmwriting mediafilm and video technologyintellectual property lawcreative commonsvirtual communitieslogichigh-definition televisioncomputer graphicsphysical objectstime todaycreativitycopyright lawphpbusiness lawarchitectural designeducational psychologyartistic techniquesdisplay technologyinformation theorywebsitesmaterialsmass media
From  Stephanie Farley 2 Months ago 0   93    1  
Publisher
Stephanie (Charlie) Farley
Licence Type
Creative Commons - Attribution
Language
English
Date Created
25/07/2017

Bilingualism in Minority Languages - Professor Antonella Sorace at the Celtic Knot: Wikipedia Language Conference 2017

Bilingualism in minority languages: a resource and an opportunity Research on the bilingual mind shows that bilingualism in any languages, regardless of their status, prestige, and worldwide…

consciousnesssardinianmajority languageeconomic sectorswikimedia ukpsychological testingchildrengeographylinguisticsbilingualism matterscurricularsimilaritiesmonolinguallanguagesthermodynamicsprimary schooladvantagegovernmentlanguage learningbilingualismmisunderstandingeffectslibertarian theorywrong ideasdifferencedisadvantagegrammarcognitivelanguage acquisitiontransmissionminority languagesjournalismgaelicbenefitconstitutional lawsociology of culturecognitive taskitaliangerontologybilingualslearningpeopleminority languageintelligencephilosophical terminologyunsolved problems in neuroscienceschool typesinstitutesgeneticspsychologycognitive testmotherhoodantonella soracewikipediapolitical philosophyresearchhealthitalian comprehensionvast majoritymultilingualismevaluationbiologyattentionunderstandinghippie movementsmall language wikipediaslatin alphabetontologylanguage mixingcommon lawprestigious kindlanguagebiology terminologyuniversepublic economicschildhoodmilitary ranksearly literacyfamilycommunicationpolitical campaignsceltic languagescommunitycomprehensionproblem solvingsociolinguisticscreativityinformation sciencesociology indexceltic knotattention-deficit hyperactivity disorderlanguage policyolder childrendevelopmental psychologyyouthlearning disabilitiescurriculapedagogycognitive sciencedementiaagingeducationscotlandbilingual childspeakerbilingualmisconceptionssocial psychologylinguistic rightsdiscrimination against lgbt peopleminoritybritish capitalscognitive psychologytypes of organizationlanguages of the united kingdomneuroscienceidentityeducational psychologyprogramming languagesenglish languagemass mediaenglish
From  Ewan McAndrew 3 Months ago 0   8    0  
Publisher
Ewan McAndrew - Wikimedian in Residence
Licence Type
Creative Commons - Attribution Share A Like
Language
English
Date Created
04/07/2017

Bilingualism in Minority Languages - Professor Antonella Sorace at the Celtic Knot: Wikipedia Language Conference 2017.

Bilingualism in minority languages: a resource and an opportunity Research on the bilingual mind shows that bilingualism in any languages, regardless of their status, prestige, and worldwide…

consciousnessmajority languageeconomic sectorswikimedia ukpsychological testinganswer questionsgeographylinguisticsbilingualism matterslanguagesthermodynamicsprimary schoolgovernmentlanguage learningbritish capitalseffectslibertarian theorywrong ideasgrammarlanguage acquisitionminority languagesjournalismmotherhoodbenefitconstitutional lawsociology of culturecognitive taskgerontologybilingualslearningminority languageintelligencephilosophical terminologyunsolved problems in neuroscienceinstitutesgeneticspsychologycognitive testolder childrenantonella soracewikipediapolitical philosophyresearchhealthitalian comprehensionvast majoritymultilingualismevaluationbiologyattentioncurriculasmall language wikipediaslatin alphabetontologylanguage mixingcommon lawprestigious kindlanguagebiology terminologyuniversepublic economicschildhoodmilitary ranksearly literacyfamilycommunicationgaelicceltic languagescommunityproblem solvingsociolinguisticsschool terminologyresearch methodsyoung childrencreativityinformation sciencesociology indexceltic knotlanguage policymonolingual childrenregional minority languagesdevelopmental psychologyvalueyouthlearning disabilitiescommon misconceptionshippie movementpedagogybilingual childrencognitive sciencedementiaagingeducationscotlandbilingual childlinguistic rightsattention-deficit hyperactivity disorderbilingualismtypes of organizationlanguages of the united kingdomneuroscienceidentityeducational psychologylegal termscognitive psychologychildrenenglish languagelinguistic measuresmass mediaevaluation methodsprogramming languages
From  Ewan McAndrew 3 Months ago 0   35    0  
Publisher
Ewan McAndrew - Wikimedian in Residence
Licence Type
Creative Commons - Attribution Share A Like
Language
English
Date Created
28/06/2017

Private International Law as the Ethics of Engaging the Other

Keynote address by Prof Ralf Michaels (Duke University School of Law) on "Private International Law as the Ethics of Engaging the Other" at the Private International Law: Embracing…

From  Elisabeth Barlow 5 Months ago 0   2    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
24/02/2017

Private International Law: Embracing Diversity

Opening remarks from Michael P Clancy OBE (Law Society of Scotland) at the Private International Law: Embracing Diversity symposium held in Edinburgh on 24 February 2017.

From  Elisabeth Barlow 5 Months ago 0   0    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
24/02/2017

The Role of Private International Law in Arbitration

Keynote debate on "The Role of Private International Law in Arbitration" between Prof Diego Fernandez Arroyo (Sciences Po, Paris) and Prof Guiditta Cordero-Moss (University of Oslo) at the…

From  Elisabeth Barlow 5 Months ago 0   2    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
27/02/2015

Brain Injury, Crime and Society: Should justice system become the 'kwik-fit" of brain re-engineering?

Lecture from Prof Huw Williams (University of Exeter) entitled, 'Brain Injury, Crime & Society: Should justice system become the "kiwi-fit" of brain re-engineering' held in…

From  Elisabeth Barlow 5 Months ago 0   0    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
02/02/2013

Troubling young people - what's to be done with them?

Lecture by Tam Baillie (Scotland's Commissioner for Children and Young People) entitled, 'Troubling young people - what's to be done with them?' held in association with the…

From  Elisabeth Barlow 5 Months ago 0   1    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
22/01/2013

'A Society of Captives'? New Findings from the Edinburgh Study of Youth Transitions

Lecture by Prof Lesley McAra entitled, 'A Society of Captives'? New Findings from the Edinburgh Study of Youth Transitions, held with the Centre for Law and Society in association with the…

From  Elisabeth Barlow 5 Months ago 0   2    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
11/12/2011

International Workshop on the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit-Sharing - Implementation challenges: Stakeholder perspectives

Discussion on 'Implementation challenges: Stakeholder perspectives' at the International Workshop on the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit-Sharing: International Law Implications and…

From  Elisabeth Barlow 5 Months ago 0   4    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
03/12/2011

International Workshop on the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit-Sharing - Implementation challenges: Regional perspectives

Discussion on 'Implementation challenges: Regional perspectives' at the International Workshop on the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit-Sharing: International Law Implications and…

From  Elisabeth Barlow 5 Months ago 0   4    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
03/12/2011

International Workshop on the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit-Sharing - Implications for International Law (Part II)

Part two of discussion on 'the implications for international law' at the International Workshop on the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit-Sharing: International Law Implications and…

From  Elisabeth Barlow 5 Months ago 0   6    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
02/12/2011

International Workshop on the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit-Sharing - Implications for International Law (Part I)

Part one of discussion on 'the implications for international law' at the International Workshop on the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit-Sharing: International Law Implications and…

From  Elisabeth Barlow 5 Months ago 0   7    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
02/12/2011

International Workshop on the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit-Sharing - Introduction

Introduction by Dr Elisa Morgera at the International Workshop on the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit-Sharing: International Law Implications and Implementation Challenges held at Edinburgh Law…

From  Elisabeth Barlow 5 Months ago 0   0    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
02/12/2011