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Civil liberty and fundamental rights: a juridical perspective - Quentin Skinner

The Edinburgh Centre for International and Global Law presents Civil liberty and fundamental rights: a juridical perspective Prof Quentin Skinner, Barber Beaumont Professor of the Humanities,…

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Introduction to translational research

Pauline Murray (Wellcome Trust Translational Project Manager, Edinburgh Innovations) introduces this modules on translational research. ENGAGE, Edinburgh Innovations’ new online learning…

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Glass Flute

Tom Oakes plays Trad. by Paganini, The Carnival of Venice by Johann Sebastian Bach, Bourée Anglaise, and Trad. Polonaise from Sweden.

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1.3 Internet and Society 2021 - Socio-technical Qualities of the Internet

1.3 Internet and Society 2021 Socio-technical Qualities of the Internet

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Decolonising the Curriculum: The Podcast Series - Prof. David Kluth in conversation with Prof. Rowena Arshad

Welcome to this podcast series produced by The Race Equality and Anti-Racist Sub-Committee (REAR) at the University of Edinburgh in collaboration with Teaching Matters where we hear from different…

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Annex C of the Itaipu Treaty: A discussion through the lens of sovereignty and energy justice

The Itaipu Project hosted a discussion that explored the nexus between sovereignty and environmental, sustainability and human rights interests in the context of bilateral, treaty negotiation. This…

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Dr Rowena Azada-Palacios, 30 April 2021: Hybridity and the Teaching of National Identity in Schools

Title: Hybridity and the Teaching of National Identity in Schools Abstract: Debates among philosophers of education about teaching national identity have typically taken for granted Western and…

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Public Interest in Human Health Research

Liminal Spaces was a six-year Wellcome-funded project at Edinburgh Law School, which scrutinised regulatory systems that support human health research. The vision of the project was to deliver the…

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Library Bitesize: Building complex searches for systematic reviews

Systematic reviews usually require detailed, sensitive searches tailored to individual specialist databases. This session introduces techniques to develop new searches by building on prior…

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Searching for Studies - The Library Team

This presentation is part of the Searching for Studies section of the Systematic Reviews course.

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Critical Thinking in Global Challenges

The videos in this playlist will give you the opportunity to better understand what critical thinking is, and to practice and enhance your critical thinking skills. To do so, we will use the context…

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How to test your systematic review searches for quality and relevance (Dissertation Festival)

This session covers techniques and tools to test and refine literature database searches for systematic reviews: - Use of known and eligible publications to test for recall - Sampling intermediate…

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Building complex searches for systematic reviews (Dissertation Festival)

Systematic reviews usually require detailed, sensitive searches tailored to individual specialist databases. This session introduces techniques to develop new searches by building on prior…

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Lecture 8 part 3 Kaltura Capture recording - March 6th 2021, 5:09:50 pm

lecture 8 part 3

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Lecture 8 part 2 Kaltura Capture recording - March 6th 2021, 4:50:16 pm

lecture 8 part 2

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Ancient Lecture 10.3

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