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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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Dr Shashi Tharoor - Looking Back at the British Raj in India

Dr Shashi Tharoor - Looking Back at the British Raj in India

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Lynda.com/Digital Skills and Training onsite Visit March 2019

VIDEO OVERVIEW This recording is from the 'Lynda.com onsite visit - March 2019' which took place on 26th March at The University of Edinburgh. The recording begins with the…

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Wikimedia in Teaching and Learning - the Wikimedia residency at the University of Edinburgh

The Wikimedia residency at the University of Edinburgh has been shortlisted for the 2019 LILAC Information Literacy Awards. The CILIP Information Literacy Group is proud to offer an award for…

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Prof Chris Dibben Can Anonymous data exist in an era of massive information availability? Data Controversies 2019

Prof Chris Dibben, Director of the Longitudinal Studies Centre Scotland. Director of the Administrative Data Liaison Service. Can Anonymous data exist in an era of massive information availability?

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Playful Engagement video 002 (10 sec loop)

Animated cartoon illustration of somebody reading a book with birds flying out of it. To learn more about this initiative please visit the Playful Engagement website –…

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Playful Engagement video 007 (12 sec loop)

Animated cartoon illustration of somebody watching a flying blue bird carrying an envelope in its beak. To learn more about this initiative please visit the Playful Engagement website –…

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Playful Engagement video 004 (12 sec loop)

Animated cartoon illustration of somebody pointing to three different signposts - Reflection, Innovation and Development. To learn more about this initiative please visit the Playful Engagement…

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Playful Engagement video 006 (10 sec loop)

Animated cartoon illustration of somebody with their arms outreached, weighing up their work-life balance. To learn more about this initiative please visit the Playful Engagement website –…

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Playful Engagement video 005 (10 sec loop)

Animated cartoon illustration of somebody holding a map where X marks the spot. To learn more about this initiative please visit the Playful Engagement website –…

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Playful Engagement video 003 (10 sec loop)

Animated cartoon illustration of two people playing with building blocks. To learn more about this initiative please visit the Playful Engagement website – https://edin.ac/playful-engagement…

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Playful Engagement video 001 (10 sec loop)

Animated cartoon illustration of somebody using a laptop with a glowing screen. To learn more about this initiative please visit the Playful Engagement website –…

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MSc Physical Activity for Health

Programme Co-Director, Dr Ailsa Niven, introduces the Masters in Physical Activity for Health, a degree designed to address the pandemic and global public health issue of physical inactivity. Drawing…

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