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LGBTQ+ History and women of the MENA region

This is an Edinburgh Award presentation for Digital Volunteering with Wikipedia 2022/2023 - an extracurricular project undertaken by student Ellanee Kruck to research and improve topic coverage of…

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Food waste

[In Progress - Please Do Not Share] Food Facts - Module 4 Mini-lecture by Amelia Finaret for the free online course 'Food Facts: From Farm to Fork'

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Copyright and Social Media (Dissertation and Thesis Festival)

Date of recording update: 13 March 2024 Presenter: Eugen Stoica This Copyright and Social Media session is well-suited for those who require a basic understanding of copyright law and licensing…

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Celebrating 40 years of Mason and McCall Smith's Law and Medical Ethics

On this very special episode of the Mason Institute podcast series we celebrate the seminal textbook, Mason and McCall Smith's Law and Medical Ethics, which was born and nurtured here at …

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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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Decolonising your dissertation : exploring new critical and practical approaches to your library research (Dissertation Festival)

This session will help you to think about how libraries have historically organised and acquired information and critically apply that knowledge to your information research choices. We’ll also…

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EndNote and writing up: beyond the basics (Library Bitesize)

Date of recording update: 13 March 2024 This covers several tools and methods for more advanced use of EndNote (desktop version) for academic writing: Customising and managing output styles Managing…

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SR course 4.4 - What are the results of the review?

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SR course 4.3 - Is this systematic review well conducted?

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How do I cite and reference?

This video will show you how to cite and reference a book, journal article and webpage using the Harvard style.

From  Catherine Ure 0 likes 519 plays 0  

Enhancing your workflow with the new Web of Science platform - Digital Skills Festival 2022

This session, presented by Klementyna Karlinska-Batres from Clarivate, covers some of the new features that have been introduced to the Web of Science interface in the last year. She looks at how…

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Building blocks of UK Copyright

This video explains what copyright means, what it protects, how long that protection lasts in the UK, and how it protects the rights of creators

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Pim van der Hoorn EVA Talk Preview

This talk has captions. You can remove these by pressing CC on the video toolbar. Name: Pim van der Hoorn Talk Title: Tails in networks: a tale of finding the right slope. Abstract: Network…

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Reporting & Publishing - Dave Saunders

The tail end of the systematic review process is sometimes forgotten but it is still part of the process and needs to be planned for and carried out systematically. This session will cover reporting,…

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Recovering Late-Victorian Scottish Women Writers and Their Child Readers

Recovering Late-Victorian Scottish Women Writers and Their Child Readers: Edinburgh-based Collections and Data Visualisations Dr Lois Burke (IASH) presents this CDCS Seminar on late-Victorian…

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