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REBM Week 8 - Part b)

This is Part b) of a series of two recorded lectures on the theme The independent samples t-test: Engaging with theory and practice.

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Using the National Records of Scotland for your Dissertation

In this Dissertation Festival session you will learn how to use the archives held by National Records of Scotland (https://www.nrscotland.gov.uk/) for your dissertation research. This introductory…

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Research Seminar: Queer Ephemeral Place making in Atlanta, Georgia

As part of the University of Edinburgh's Staff Pride Network Research Seminar Series we welcome Dr Rachael Cofield PhD (they/them). They discuss their research on queer ephemeral placemaking in…

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Week 4b) - MMD

This is the second in a series of three recorded lectures considering the graphical origins of the p-value and the corresponding different approaches to performing one- and two-tailed tests.

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Lecture 3: Religious Networks in the Age of Empire in New Spain and Africa

Two of the most striking developments in the modern history of global Christianity have been the respective strengths of Catholic Christianity in Central and Latin America and of Protestant and…

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Stroh Violin

Luisa Brown plays Ivo Papazov-Ibryama, Bulchenska Ratchenitsa and Ot Azoj Klezmer Band, Turkish Honga.

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Welcome week: The event where we give you the best tips for first year and much more

School of History, Classics & Archaeology Welcome event for all 1st and 2nd years. Get to know the school and your new surroundings and learn some useful tips you need to know now. The…

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Place and Education

A video discussion between Vel McCune, Beth Christie and Robbie Nicol about place, outdoor learning and education.

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Virginals

Jan Waterfield plays a 1668 virginals, part of the harpsichord family, made at the height of the restoration of the monarchy. Music: John Blow, Almand in A minor.

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(UG/PG) How-to get involved in societies

Join your Students' Association's Vice President Activities and Services Réka for the low-down on student societies, from how you can get involved, to how many you should join, and…

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(UG & PG) How-to find somewhere to live

If you don't have somewhere in Edinburgh to live in September, join the Advice Place and your Students' Association Vice President Community Beth for advice and support with flat hunting,…

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Edinburgh College of Art course options 2021/22

Dee Isaacs, Senior Tutor at Edinburgh College of Art, introduces ECA's course options for the 2021/22 academic year.

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Linguistics and English Language first year course options

Introduction to the LEL1A and LEL1B first year courses in Linguistics and English Language

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Centre for World Christianity, African International University #YaleEdin2021

This video of the Centre for World Christianity at African International University, is part of a series of videos prepared in advance of the 2021 Yale-Edinburgh Group annual conference on…

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Tuning

You’ve probably heard of instrument tuning, but what is involved, and why and how do we do it?

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ECGH 20201 Annual Lecture in the History of Slavery (Professor Ana Lucia Araujo)

Edinburgh Centre for Global History Annual Lecture in the History of Slavery, 21 April 2021 Professor Ana Lucia Araujo, Howard University In this lecture, Professor Ana Lucia Araujo draws from her…

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