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Prof Elaine Howard Ecklund - Science and Religion in Global Public Life

Prof Elaine Howard Ecklund - Science and Religion in Global Public Life

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Photovoice - The alcohol recovery journey

Photovoice is an innovative method of engaging with marginalised groups. Participants use cameras to document their lives, using the power of their images with accompanying stories. These…

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Bristol Online Surveys - Exporting Data to Minitab

In this video, I'll demonstrate how to take data from Bristol Online Survey and make it into a usable format for analysis.

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Bristol Online Survey - Creating a Survey

In this quick video I'll show you how to set up a survey in Bristol Online Surveys and create a range of question types.

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Dr David Kaufman - Online MSc in History core courses

Dr David Kaufman, course organiser for ‘Skills & Sources’ and ‘Approaches to History’, talks about the benefit of core courses and why these were specifically designed for…

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State Vs Event Behaviours

In this short video we'll explore the difference between state behaviours and event behaviours in ethology. Transcript: Students often ask questions about the difference between an event…

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MESH: Creating a new mapping framework for Edinburgh

The MESH project - Mapping Edinburgh's Social History - superimposes historical data on geo-referenced historical maps. The video explores how surveying almost 100,000 buildings, assigning…

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Timothy Williamson: Model-Building in Philosophy

Timothy Williamson (University College Oxford)Visiting Speaker Philosophy Seminar, 15 Jan 2016

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