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Usher innovation community

The Usher innovation community supports collaboration between academics, service professionals and industry to identify, evaluate and adopt new data-driven solutions to transform the delivery of care…

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Pedro Feitoza: Religion and Regionalism in Brazil

On November 1, 2022, we were pleased to have our new Lecturer in Latin American Christianity, Dr Pedro Feitoza, deliver a paper entitled “Religion and Regionalism in Brazil: The Dynamics of…

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Decolonizing Knowledge Production through Linked Open Data

Abstract A hallmark of the North American colonial process was the production and dissemination of knowledge about Indigenous peoples through the journals and records of colonizers. The violent, and…

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Sustainability story 2 - Zarina Ahmad (week 5)

Zarina Ahmad, climate change communicator and PhD researcher at the University of Manchester, discusses her work and contribution to tackling the climate crisis. Here, she is speaking in 2021 and…

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Theories of Learning for Wicked Problems

A video about theories of learning relevant for education for wicked problems.

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Two Initiatives Furthering Open Research - Rory MacNeil

This poster presents two initiatives furthering Open Research RSpace, is an electronic lab notebook cum research data management engine that underpins an ecosystem of connected tools enabling Open…

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1.3.3 Heritage Management

Dr Rowan Jackson provides a brief overview of challenges facing international heritage management and climate change. The clip is retrieved from July 2021 Workshop day 1 of the CRITICAL project.

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2.3 Rethinking Value Risk and Heritage

Rethinking Value Risk and Heritage.

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3.3.1 Introduction to the heritage case study in Sri Lanka

3.3.1 Introduction to the heritage case study in Sri Lanka.

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Three Curriculum Design Principles

A short video by Vel McCune about curriculum design principles

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Edinburgh Law School Advancement Global Launch

Edinburgh Law School is one of the biggest law schools in the UK and home to one of the largest communities of legal, sociolegal and criminology scholars in Europe. The School is consistently…

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Professor Jamie Pearce gives evidence to the Health, Social Care and Sport Committee

Captions are auto-generated An excerpt of evidence provided to the Scottish Parliament Health, Social Care and Sport Committee by SPECTRUM researcher, Professor Jamie Pearce, on the National…

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CDCS Annual Lecture 2021

First broadcast on 13 December, 2021Our second CDCS Annual Lecture 'Data as Power: The Next 100 Generations of Indigenous Data Sovereignty' was given by Professor Keolu Fox (University of…

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CJS Seminar: Punishing Places: The Geography of Mass Imprisonment - Jessica T Simes

The Crime, Justice & Society Seminar Series presents Punishing Places: The Geography of Mass Imprisonment Dr Jessica T Simes (Boston University, Sociology) About the seminar …

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Postgraduate Virtual Open Day for 2022 entry - an Introduction to the MSc in The Globalised Muslim World

Join Professor Frédéric Volpi for a virtual introduction to the MSc in The Globalised Muslim World at the University of Edinburgh. This short video is for students hoping to start our…

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Negotiating Boundaries the Three Cs

Mike Jess (Senior Lecturer) introduces the Three Cs of negotiating boundaries. ENGAGE, Edinburgh Innovations’ new online learning programme is designed to give you the skills needed to…

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