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“What does interactive engagement mean in practice? Characterising interactivity in lectures.”

Lecture given as part of the Approaches and evaluation of flipped lectures mini-symposium

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MacCormick Fellow Seminar: Dr Carys Craig

MacCormick Fellow Seminar by Dr Carys Craig (Associate Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University) on "New Slants on Trademark Slurs and Immoral Marks." Abstract: Article…

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Lectures

Students and staff talk about the concept of lectures in Learning and Teaching as part of the Near Future Teaching Project. The Near Future Teaching project is about working together to co-design…

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Preterm birth: Can we do better?

Speakers Sarah Stock, MRC Centre for Reproductive Health; and Karen Chapman, BHF/UoE Centre for Cardiovascular Science Preterm birth: Can we do better?Preterm birth is when a baby is delivered before…

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Professor Douglas Scott, 'Shot and Shell Tell the Tale'

Munro lecture series 2017-2018. Professor Douglas Scott, 'Shot and Shell Tell the Tale: Battlefield and Conflict Archaeology as Aids to Understand the Past and Assist in Modern Forensic…

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An Instructor's guide to Media Hopper Replay: Uploading and viewing a presentation

This short tutorial video shows you how to upload and view a presentation within your Media Hopper Replay course.You can view Media Hopper Replay Instructor guidance at: …

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Presenting Evidence: Tutors

Academics and Tutors from different subjects and universities share their thoughts and experiences of presenting evidence at university.

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Professor Jeffrey Stout - Short Interview

Jeffrey Stout is Professor of Religion at Princeton University.

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Prof. Peter Sandercock - Unravelling the Mystery of Stroke Disease - The Clue's in the Numbers...

Professor Peter Sandercock, Personal Chair in Medical Neurology, presents the fourth lecture in the 2014 Medical Detectives series entitled, Unravelling the Mystery of Stroke Disease - The…

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Inaugural Lecture: Prof. Malcolm Macleod - Rigour Mortis: How Bad Research is Killing Science

Professor Malcolm Macleod, Personal Chair in Neurology and Translational Neuroscience, delivers his inaugural lecture entitled, "Rigour Mortis: How Bad Research is Killing Science". …

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Saving Brains: Developing Effective Treatments for Stroke

Wednesday 11th December 2013 Speakers: Professor Malcolm Macleod, Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences and Professor Karen Horsburgh, Centre for Neuroregeneration. Stroke is one of the leading…

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Epilepsy: is the genetic revolution friend or foe?

Wednesday 15th March 2017In this lecture Dr Richard FM Chin and Professor Cathy Abbott explore how rapid advances in the field of genetics has changed our understanding of the cause(s) of epilepsy…

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The first 1000 days. How stressful events before and shortly after birth can shape the rest of your life.

Wednesday 18th January 2017 Did you know that your development whilst in the womb can shape your health in the future? Professor Rebecca Reynolds, and Professor Megan Holmes, discuss environmental…

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Creating presentations and lectures via Learn using the Desktop Recorder

This short video shows you how to capture presentations and lectures via Learn using the Media Hopper Desktop Recorder. The Desktop Recorder can be used to capture your screen, PowerPoint…

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