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Episode 4 - Can blogging be used as an effective form of assessment

In episode 4, student guest host, Lila Pitcher (Academic Blogging Intern in Information Services), leads a discussion with Dr Nina Morris (Lecturer in Human Geography) and Dr Hazel Christie (Lecturer…

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Media & Communications Research Spotlight - Dr George Karekwaivanane

George Karekwaivanan's research focuses on digital cultures in authoritarian contexts. Find out how George's research can benefit from comparative work enabled by the Media &…

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Near Future Teaching Launch Event: 26 May 2019

A short video documenting the launch event for the final report emerging from the Near Future Teaching project. The event brought together a really diverse grouping of students, staff and friends…

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Media & Communications Research Spotlight - Dr Ita Jansen

Ita Jansen's research focuses on indigenous film and community filmmaking. Find out how an interdisciplinary approach and the Media & Communications cluster can benefit her research.Media…

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Prof Agustin Fuentes - Why do we believe_

Prof Agustin Fuentes - Why do we believe_

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Prof. Agustin Fuentes - Who are we_ Belief, evolution, and our place in the world

Prof. Agustin Fuentes - Who are we_ Belief, evolution, and our place in the world

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Lecture Recording PTAS Project - James Hopgood School of engineering

In this video, Dr James Hopgood, School of Engineering, talks about the Lecture recording PTAS project he is involved with to enhance engagement with Media Hopper Replay.

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Know your enemy: unlocking the secrets of the tumour genome

Charlie Gourley: Nicola Murray Centre for Ovarian Cancer Research & Colin Semple: Institute of Genetics and Molecular MedicineIt has long been known that as cancer cells grow and evolve they…

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Scottish Feminist Judgments Project Exhibition - Scottish Parliament

The Scottish Feminist Judgments Project is an interdisciplinary project rewriting key legal judgments from a feminist perspective. In September 2018, they brought their project to the Scottish…

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Scottish Feminist Judgments Project

The Scottish Feminist Judgments Project is part of a global series that aims to imagine how important legal cases might have been decided differently if the judge had adopted a feminist perspective.…

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Graduates from the MSc Physical Activity For Health explain how this programme has shaped them

Graduates from the MSc Physical Activity for Health share their favourite parts of studying at the University of Edinburgh and how this programme has influenced them towards their career aspirations.…

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Teaching Matters - Episode 3 - Climate optimism or fatalism: Teaching climate change in today's university

In this third episode, MSc Environmental Sustainability student, Polly Wells, returns as our guest host to continue this conversation with three University of Edinburgh staff members: Velda McCune,…

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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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Internet of Things Ethics and Governance - Data Controversies 2019

Introducing the work of the University of Edinburgh Ethic and Governance ACtion Group on Internet of Things, including a case on the Library Occupancy Monitoring Dr James Stewart, Science Technology…

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Tackling NCDS in Bangladesh - 04 March 2019

Global Health Academy and RESPIRE Seminar: Dr Richard Smith and Dr Aliya Naheed, icddr,b Tackling NCDs and other major health problems in Bangladesh Edinburgh - 4 March 2019 *Please note* Due to a…

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