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Dr Niki Vermeulen, Dr Bill Jenkins and team - Curious Edinburgh

Dr Niki Vermeulen, Dr Bill Jenkins and team - Curious Edinburgh

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How to complete an examination attendance form

A guidance video on how to complete an examination attendance form.

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How to prepare barcoded exam scripts and MCQ sheets

A guidance video for students on how to prepare exam scripts that use barcodes and how to complete multiple choice questions (MCQ) sheets.

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Will it bite me? Media, licensing, and online teaching environments 4: Finding OER

Part 4 of a series of four videos covering content provide in the 'Will it bite me?' information session to provide teaching staff with the information and tools to use copyright and…

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Will it bite me? Media, licensing and online teaching environments 2: Closed Spaces

Part 2 of a series of four videos covering content provide in the 'Will it bite me?' information session to provide teaching staff with the information and tools to use copyright and…

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4. Future Directions - What needs to be done?

Future Directions - What needs to be done?In our fourth and final lecture, Prof. Craig Ritchie discusses what the future of dementia prevention holds, including predictions and disease models, a…

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Supporting Open Education & Open Knowledge at the University

This webinar was hosted by the University of Edinburgh's OER Service as part of Open Education Week 2019. Join Lorna M. Campbell (OER Service), Stuart Nicol (Education Design and Engagement),…

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Will it bite me? Media, licensing, and online teaching environments 3: OER & Creative Commons

Part 3 of a series of four videos covering content provide in the 'Will it bite me?' information session to provide teaching staff with the information and tools to use copyright and…

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Will it bite me? Media, Licensing and online teaching environments. 1: Open and Closed spaces

Part 1 of a series of four videos covering content provide in the 'Will it bite me?' information session to provide teaching staff with the information and tools to use copyright and…

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3. Treatments for Neurodegenerative Disease

Treatments for Neurodegenerative DiseaseIn our third lecture, Prof. Craig Ritchie and Dr Tom Russ discusses prevention and non-pharmacological approaches to the treatment of dementia, as well as…

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Inside a Medieval Manuscript by Dr Sally Crumplin

Inside a Medieval ManuscriptDr Sally Crumplin explores what can we learn from a single medieval manuscript and give an insight into 12th-century society in Southern Scotland, Northern England and…

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Filmosophy: Film as Philosophy by James Mooney

Filmosphy: Film as PhilosophyIn our inaugural open lecture, James Mooney discusses the relationship between film and philosophy. Can film do philosophy? What does it mean for a film to be…

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1. What is Neurodegenerative Disease? (part 1)

What is Neurodegenerative Disease? Part 1In our first lecture, Prof. Craig Ritchie will provide an introduction to the Dementia Prevention Open Lecture Series, discusses how, when and where dementia…

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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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Wikidata, Wikibase, & a federated ecosystem of knowledge - Dario Taraborelli, Daniel Mietchen

Over the past several years, interest in leveraging Wikidata as an open knowledge base has been growing in areas ranging from cultural heritage institutions and libraries to research and technology…

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