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Livestock evidence synthesis and AI

[In Progress - Please Do Not Share] Food Facts - Module 3 Mini-lecture by Louise Donnison for the free online course 'Food Facts: From Farm to Fork

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Superfoods

[In Progress - Please Do Not Share] Food Facts - Module 3 Mini-lecture by Amelia Finaret for the free online course 'Food Facts: From Farm to Fork'

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Reliable nutrition information

[In Progress - Please Do Not Share] Food Facts - Module 3 Mini-lecture by Amelia Finaret for the free online course 'Food Facts: From Farm to Fork'

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Library Bitesize: Introduction to Scopus

This session is an introduction to searching for literature on Scopus. The Scopus database indexes articles from 25,100+ journals in health, biomedicine, life sciences, technology, and social…

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2024 DRS LUNCHTIME SEMINARS - S4 - Scholarly Comms

Theo Andrew, Scholarly Communications Manager, explain about different (Open Access) publishing pathways and key publishing tools.

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ESO graduates, what are you most proud of?

ESO graduates tell us what they are most proud of.

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SIFTing the literature: Critically evaluating the reliability of sources (Dissertation and Thesis Festival Nov 2023)

Ever seen something shared on social media that you think just cannot be true? Or wondered how you can be more critical in the sources of information you use in an assignment? By the end of this…

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UG Using the Library Sept 2023

Using the University Library: for undergraduate students By the end of this session, you should be able to:•Understand what resources the library can offer to help you with your…

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Introduction to the Library - HCA (Online)

An introduction to the University Library for new online postgraduate students in the School of History, Classics, Archaeology (HCA), 2023/24. A PDF version of the slides can be downloaded from the…

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Introduction to Plagiarism

Plagiarism is the most common and best-known example of academic misconduct. All types of work submitted by students are covered by this definition, including, for example, written work, diagrams,…

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Using digital newspaper archives (Historical Research: Skills & Sources)

This video provides an overview of the wide range of historical newspaper databases and other news sources available at the Library, including some hints and tips on basic and advanced search…

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Diversifying Toolkit for Staff Online launch event

This is a recording of the online launch event of the Diversifying Toolkit for Staff, created by the ASL team. The Academic Support Librarians' EDI group have been compiling resources to create…

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Rights retention in action (impact of the UOE Research Publications Policy after 12 months) - Theo Andrew

Join Theo Andrew as he gives an update on the impact of the University of Edinburgh's "Right Retention Policy" after 12 months. You can find out more about the University's Rights…

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SR course 5.1 - Search strategy - where to look?

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SR course 5.3d - More combining search strings using OR

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2 - free text search in title and abstract field

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