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Literature searching for your dissertation

A guide to literature searching for your dissertation for students on the Social Work Dissertation Preparation Course. A literature search is an organised, thorough search of a range of literature…

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British Council MSC in Digital Education Welcome Session

A recording of a recent (14 December 2023) session introducing the British Council scholarship students to the MSc in Digital Education as part of the Digital Education for change makers in…

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Exploring Archives of Sexuality & Gender (Dissertation and Thesis Festival)

The Archives of Sexuality and Gender is one of the largest digital collections of primary source documents relating to the history and study of sex, sexuality, and gender. The series presents LGBTQ…

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Using the National Library of Scotland for your Dissertation or Thesis

In this Dissertation and Thesis Festival session learn how to use the National Library of Scotland (www.nls.uk) and how their world-class collections can benefit your dissertation or thesis research.…

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How to use the Library for your dissertation (Dissertation and Thesis Festival Oct 2023)

Just starting the process of using the Library for your dissertation research? This session will help you to discover and find the digital resources available via the Library, get your hands on the…

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ProQuest resources for Race and Decolonial Studies (Dissertation and Thesis Festival)

Ali Nazari-Nouri, Customer Education Trainer from ProQuest, part of Clarivate, delivers a presentation that demonstrates how you can effectively and efficiently search the ProQuest and Alexander…

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Advanced Skills: Developing a Research Strategy (October 2023)

This session gives an overview of things to consider when undertaking a search, where to look for material, advanced search techniques and where to find help. This is a recording of a live session…

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Dissertation Theme 3 Live Conversation Recording

Dissertation Theme 3 Live Conversation Recording

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Dissertation Week 2 Live conversation recording

Dissertation Week 2 Live conversation recording

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Supporting you with your Studies PGT (IAD)

A 6 minute video summarising the support available to all Postgraduate Taught students, from the Taught Student Development Team at the Institute for Academic Development (IAD)

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CSE Cohort Lead Networking Event - 06 Rowan Jackson (Geosciences PGT)

CSE Cohort Lead Networking Event - 30MAY2023 06 Rowan Jackson (Geosciences PGT)

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Experiential learning Group 4 - SACHA Think Tank '23

On 4 May 2023, #EdChangeAgent‚Äč teams who have been on the internal version of SACHA, called SACHA Think Tank, came together for our very first in-person event. SACHA Think Tank was created to apply…

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Courses for Semester 1, September 2023: a quick introduction

A brief introduction to courses being offered for SEM1 starting in September 2023

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DE Discussions: Academic Writing (Part 1)

A session with Michael Gallagher discussing how to approach academic writing for the MSc in Digital Education at the University of Edinburgh

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What's the best type of masters programme for you?

Join Dr Ben Bateman and Dr Frauke Matthes for a short introduction to masters programmes in the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures (LLC). What's the difference between a taught…

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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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