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DE Seminar Dr Tamer Amin 'How do simulations contribute to scientific understanding? Insights from conceptual change and conceptual metaphor.'

This seminar took place on Monday 17th June at Moray House School of Education & Sport. AbstractHow do simulations help learners understand abstract scientific concepts? We don’t have very…

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An introduction to MSc History

This short video gives you an introduction to our MSc History programme from Dr Zubin Mistry

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DE seminar Dr Tamson Pietsch 'How to Know the World'

How to know the world? What the untold story of the 1926 Floating University world cruise says about how universities came to have authority over knowledge in the 20th century. This seminar took…

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A month in the life of a postgraduate student

See what life can be like as a postgraduate student at University of Edinburgh's School of History, Classics and Archaeology. One of our students created this video using the SE1 app…

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Haematological Emergencies 4 - TTP

The fourth in the series on haematological emergencies for the MSc in Internal Medicine, Focusing on Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura

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Haematological Emergencies 3 Acute Transfusion Reaction

The third in the series on haematological emergencies for the MSc in Internal Medicine, Focusing on Acute Transfusion Reaction

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Haematological Emergencies 2 - Cord Compression and SVC Obstruction

The second in the series on haematological emergencies for the MSc in Internal Medicine, Focusing on Spinal Cord Compresion and Superior Vena Cava Obstruction

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Haematological Emergencies 1 - Neutropenic Fever

The first in the series on haematological emergencies for the MSc in Internal Medicine, Focusing on Neutropenic Fever

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Myeloma

Teaching on Multiple Myeloma for the MSc in Internal Medicine

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CML and MPN

Teaching on chronic myeloid leukaemia and the myeloproliferative neoplasms for the MSc in Internal Medicine

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Lymphomas and CLL

Teaching on lymphoproliferative disorders for the MSc in Internal Medicine

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Acute Leukaemias

Teaching on Acute Leukaemia for the MSc in Internal Medicine

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DE seminar: Professor Sotaro Kita 'Gesture: its relationship to thinking and speaking'

Professor Sotaro Kita, University of WarwickAbstractThis presentation concerns a theory on how gestures (accompanying speaking and silent thinking) are generated and how gestures facilitate the…

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DE seminar: Professor Sarah Hayes 'Have you ever wondered….who does higher education policy actually ‘work’ for?'

Professor Sarah Hayes, University of WolverhamptonAbstractWhen it comes to higher education policy – how confident are educators, students, senior managers, politicians, and media reporters…

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Professor Siân Bayne - The Trouble with Digital Education

Professor Siân Bayne, Personal Chair of Digital Education, delivers her inaugural lecture entitled, The Trouble with Digital Education. Digital technologies in education are often considered…

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Interweaving Deaf and Hearing Cultural Practices in Performance Processes, by Michael Richardson

Interweaving Deaf and Hearing Cultural Practices in Performance Processes, by Michael Richardson EdSign Lecture 30.01.2019

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