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From compliance to culture: How can we address the barriers that are preventing a culture of Open Research in relation to Open Monographs? - Tom Morley

With the introduction of UKRIs new policy on the 1st of January 2024 and the possibility of Open Access Monographs being mandated by REF2029, there is an increasing focus within the scholarly…

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EORC 2024 Plenary Panel: Enacting Research Culture Change

Join our four experts in research cultures as they consider the core question of the conference: how do we drive healthy and sustained culture change, and how does this apply in the case of Open…

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2024 DRS LUNCHTIME SEMINARS - S4 - Scholarly Comms

Theo Andrew, Scholarly Communications Manager, explain about different (Open Access) publishing pathways and key publishing tools.

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In the Hot Seat Matthias

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In the Hot Seat David

Who is the mind behind the academic mastery? How will we solve the world’s biggest challenges? Join us as we put David in the Hot Seat to quiz him about his role as an academic teaching courses…

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Student Adviser Training - Study and Work Away Service (SWAY)

SA SWAY training

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Good Academic Practice

In this video, we'll summarise the importance of good academic practice as a student, and the key aspects of upholding academic integrity:Academic voice: Use your own words and give credit to…

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Introduction to Collusion

The University defines collusion as "a form of plagiarism. It is an unauthorised and unattributed collaboration of students in a piece of assessed work."As part of your studies, you will be…

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Introduction to Academic Integrity

Academic integrity at the University of Edinburgh means being honest, fair, and responsible in your academic work. It involves giving credit to others for their ideas or work you use, and following…

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Wk 4 Prison Writing Archive

Discussion of the Prison Writing Archive and crime careers

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Enhancing Student Learning And Employability With Jisc’s Discovery Tool

What is the current position of digital capability in higher education and society as a whole? What digital skills do employers expect of graduates? What skills do graduates actually have? How do…

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engage - Is ‘mattering’ a more helpful way of thinking about student belonging at university?

Presented by:Peter Felten, Assistant Provost for Teaching and Learning, Director of the Center for Engaged Learning, and Professor of History, Elon University, USA and Heidi Weston, Undergraduate…

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BHoM 2021: Welcome by Ulrike Tillmann (INI)

BHoM 2021: Welcome by Ulrike Tillmann (INI)

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LTC 2021 - Day 1 Kerri-Lee Krause Keynote presentation

Day 1 Keynote presentation from Professor Kerri-Lee Krause at the Learning & Teaching Conference 2021

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Racial Equity Work in the University and Beyond: The Race Equality Charter in Context

3rd June 2021 Exploring perspectives on racial inequalities in higher education, this RACE.ED event will invite local and broader reflections on the Race Equality Charter, locating it within the…

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Curriculum Transformation Programme Update - June 14th 2021

Curriculum Transformation Update - June 2021

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