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Karri Gillespie-Smith’s Research Round Up

Dr Karri Gillespie-Smith, Lecturer in Applied Psychology, speaks to us about her research which looks at how core cognitive processing, impacts functioning in atypical development. To find out more…

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Media & Communications Research Spotlight - Dr George Karekwaivanane

George Karekwaivanan's research focuses on digital cultures in authoritarian contexts. Find out how George's research can benefit from comparative work enabled by the Media &…

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Media & Communications Research Spotlight - Dr Ita Jansen

Ita Jansen's research focuses on indigenous film and community filmmaking. Find out how an interdisciplinary approach and the Media & Communications cluster can benefit her research.Media…

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Climate Crisis Event

Climate Crisis Panel Event

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Social Media analysis of Brext - Dr Clare Llewellyn - Data Controversies 2019

Dr Clare Llewellyn, #Brexit: Analysing the Social Media Conversation on the UK-EU ReferendumIn this talk I will focus on an analysis of the Twitter conversation on the UK-EU referendum (Brexit).…

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Political microtargeting Dr Isabel Kusche Data Controversies 2019

Dr Isabel Kusche, Microtargeting and the relationship between politicians and votersThe Facebook/Cambridge Analytica scandal has introduced a larger public to the possibilities of targeted…

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Episode 3 - Climate optimism or fatalism: Teaching climate change in today's university

In this third episode, MSc Environmental Sustainability student, Polly Wells, returns as our guest host to continue this conversation with three University of Edinburgh staff members: Velda McCune,…

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Episode 2 - Climate optimism or fatalism: Teaching climate change in today's university

This podcast complements the University’s Teaching Matters blog, and invites students and staff to engage in topical conversations. The first three episodes accompany the Teaching Matters…

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Health information in non-health data traces - Wolters Englemann & Pagliari 2019

Controversies in the Data Society 2019Dr Maria Wolters, Reader in Design Informatics, Academic Associate of the School of PPLS. Give me your data, and I will diagnose you.Dr Lukas Englemann,…

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Why we still need to talk about diversity in Physics - Dr. Jess Wade

Dr. Jess Wade is a physicist who, alongside being a postdoc researcher at Imperial College London in plastic electronics, campaigns tirelessly to increase diversity in physics. One of Nature's…

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Sourcing images

This three minute video discusses the use of images on your web content: how to find them and make sure you have the right to use them, and what makes a good image. Part of 'Images and the…

From  Elizabeth Cass-Maran 8 Months ago 0 likes 163 views 0  

Argyle House Media Studio: Camera System

The University of Edinburgh’s Media Studio features a range of video and audio facilities, enabling lecturers to create short, simple and effective content. Designed with modern video and audio…

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