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Chit Chat session with Neil Drao, online MSc History Student

Interview with Neil Drao, online MSc History student from China, about his experience studying online while living in Canberra, Australia.

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Student message to educators: sustainability in the curriculum

University of Edinburgh students Sofia and Hanji interview fellow students about how they are taught sustainability in their programmes and what they want to see.

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Selfie Democracy: Barack Obama, Donald Trump, and the New Digital Politics

This event is hosted by the Centre for Data, Culture & Society’s Digital Social Science research cluster. AbstractBased on interviews with White House insiders, archival research, and a…

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Get started and create your vault! (Edinburgh DataVault)

Get started and create your vault! Pauline Ward from the Research Data Service walks you through how to get started with the new, quicker and easier to use interface of Edinburgh DataVault. If you…

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Student Life Q&A | Offer Holder Session

Originally recorded as part of the School of Informatics online offer holder sessions on student life, 14 April 2022.

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Student Perspective: Favourite Places to Visit in Edinburgh

2nd year Computer Science student, Ojaswee, tells us about her favourite places to visit in Edinburgh. Originally recorded as part of the School of Informatics online offer holder sessions on…

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Student Perspective: Optional Courses

Computer Science and Mathematics student, Muminah, tells us about her experience with optional courses. Originally recorded as part of the School of Informatics online offer holder sessions on…

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Student Perspective: Why Study Informatics in Edinburgh

3rd year Computer Science student, Sraddheya, discusses her top reasons for studying Informatics at Edinburgh. Originally recorded as part of the School of Informatics online offer holder sessions…

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Higgs Alumni Career Talk with Chiara Decaroli

Chiara Decaroli is originally from a small village in Italy. She fell in love with quantum mechanics during her high school years after reading a book on quantum entanglement which she did not…

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ACCORD Update Event 1 (Part 2): Research Transparency

Marise Bucukoglu (Head of Research Governance, UoE) and Heather Charles (Head of Research Governance, NHS Lothian) discuss the national and local work ongoing around research transparency in health…

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ACCORD Update Event 1 (Part 1): ACCORD Overview 2022

Fiona McArdle, R&D Deputy Director, presents an overview of ACCORD services, information on how performance is measured and how the R&D office is funded.

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Working without a map: Co-production as a Driver of Research Pathways

Dr Seth Mehl - Working without a map: Co-production as a Driver of Research Pathways AbstractCo-production methods are a ‘process-oriented’ approach to collaborative projects (Graham and…

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MI Lunchtime Seminar: Looking again at workplace sexual violence - Rosalind Searle

The Mason Institute Lunchtime Seminar Series 2021/22 continues with Prof Rosalind Searle, Professor in Human Resource Management and Organisational Psychology from the University of Glasgow. …

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Why 'Informatics', not just 'Computer Science'?

Why do we call ourselves the School of Informatics rather than the School of Computer Science? Our Director of Learning and Teaching expands on how Informatics is an exciting and multi-disciplinary…

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SWW Network Round Table: The British Empire and the Second World War

As the British Empire was mobilised to fight, it had far reaching consequences for all of those involved; the political, social, and economic transformations created new relationships, shifting…

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The Being and Becoming of Rhizomatic Digital Humanities in Majority Worlds

Dr. Dibyadyuti Roy - The Being and Becoming of Rhizomatic Digital Humanities in Majority Worlds AbstractNormative Digital Humanities conversations continue to elide that the being and becoming of DH…

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