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UX Showcase intro and Service update

Neil Allison introduces the December 2018 User Experience Service Showcase event. In this talk he emphasises the value of investment in unbiased user requirements gathering, focusing on broader user…

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User Experience (UX) Service Showcase Events

The User Experience Service runs regular showcase events to share how we're helping a wide range of projects and services get closer to their target audiences. Our work is helping colleagues…

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EDUROAM Connection App

The Innovation Project Team presents their project detailing how the new EDUROAM Connection App will make a big difference to students connecting to EDUROAM secure network.

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Shift Left-athon

Innovation Project Manager Lauren Tormey explains the work her team in Website and Communications have been doing around shift left and how that emerged into an innovation project and a one day…

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Professor Lindsay Paterson | Scottish Education Policy : why statistics matter

Professor Lindsay Paterson is from the School of Social and Political Science | University Of Edinburgh - He presents research data on large scale historical and contemporary statistical surveys of…

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The Edinburgh Seven: Changing the Way Stories Are Told - Melissa Highton at the Physiological Society - 13 October 2017

The Edinburgh Seven by Melissa Highton, University of Edinburgh, UK Video by Vince Lane. This talk was part of the 'Physiology on Wikipedia' event for Physiology Friday 2017. The…

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Social Wellbeing MOOC WK3 - Mobile EEG Headsets: an aid to emotion tracking

Social Wellbeing MOOC WK3 - Mobile EEG Headsets: an aid to emotion tracking

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Social Wellbeing MOOC WK1 - Positivity & The OK Line

Social Wellbeing MOOC WK1 - Positivity & The OK Line

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Social Wellbeing MOOC WK1 - Integrative Approaches to Wellbeing Podcast

Social Wellbeing MOOC WK1 - Integrative Approaches to Wellbeing Podcast

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Social wellbeing: the global happiness epidemic with Dr Neil Thin

Dr Neil Thin proposes the theory that we are living in a uniquely happy time, but so much more needs to be done if societies around the world are to experience meaningful standards of living. Part…

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Social Wellbeing MOOC WK2 - Social Wellbeing & Aspirational Social Planning

Social Wellbeing MOOC WK2 - Social Wellbeing & Aspirational Social Planning

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Social Wellbeing MOOC WK2 - Community Gardening for Health Mental Health & Conviviality

Social Wellbeing MOOC WK2 - Community Gardening for Health Mental Health & Conviviality

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Social Wellbeing MOOC WK2 - Wellbeing & Consumption Habits

Social Wellbeing MOOC WK2 - Wellbeing & Consumption Habits

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Social Wellbeing MOOC WK2 - Introduction to Week 2

Social Wellbeing MOOC WK2 - Introduction to Week 2

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Social Wellbeing MOOC WK1 - Empathy & Subjectivity in Planning

Social Wellbeing MOOC WK1 - Empathy & Subjectivity in Planning

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