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What Is Copyright?

Copyright is a type of intellectual property (IP) right that protects the rights of authors of original creative works. Find out how it applies, how to spot it, and where to find more information…

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Road to Recovery project: what is photovoice?

The Road to Recovery project is using photovoice methods in order to capture the thoughts and experiences of children and young people with intellectual difficulties both during the pandemic and now…

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Road to Recovery project: parents' experiences of the pandemic

The Road to Recovery project asked parents of children with intellectual difficulties and complex needs about their experiences during lockdown, as well as how they feel now the restrictions are…

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Road to Recovery project: what do we know so far?

The Road to Recovery project's principal investigator, Dr Karri Gillespie-Smith, speaks about what preliminary data from our online survey is telling us so far. This survey is investigating…

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Intellectual Property Law

An introduction to Intellectual Property Law, created by a current Edinburgh student who has a particular interest in this area.

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Deep Fakes, Post-Reality and the Law - Burkhard Schafer

Data Controversies 2020 Week 3: Biometrics and Deep Fakes in Hollywood and everyday life. 13Jan 2020

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Andrew Carnegie Lecture Series Fergus Linehan

Andrew Carnegie Lecture Series Fergus Linehan

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SPARC Conference 2018 | Sophie Westrop - Gender differences in physical activity and sedentary behaviour in adults with intellectual disabilities

Oral presentation: Gender differences in physical activity and sedentary behaviour in adults with intellectual disabilities: a systematic review and meta-analysis Sophie Westrop (University of…

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Values: Diverse, Safe, Affordable

Students and staff talk about the concept of values in Learning and Teaching as part of the Near Future Teaching Project. The Near Future Teaching project is about working together to co-design the…

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Preparing for lecture recording: OER

This recording is from the training sessions for Media Hopper Replay and focuses on open educational resources, openly licensed digital resources for use as teaching materials and in recorded…

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Sue Fletcher-Watson (University of Edinburgh) | Autism research and the autism community

Sue Fletcher-Watson (University of Edinburgh).Autism research and the autism community. Sue will discuss: * Liaising with and learning from your mentor* Key considerations when explaining research to…

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Dr Thomas Ahnert - History/ Intellectual History- Research in a Nutshell

Thomas talks about his research area.

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EEM - Epistemology Overview

A brief overview of the topics covered in the Epistemology (online) postgraduate course, 2016-17.

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