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Heritage Collections Group 3 - SACHA Think Tank '24

SACHA Think Tank '24

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Humanities researchers’ perspectives towards scholarly communication practices - Dominic Hewett

To change research culture for the better, we need to understand researchers. Existing studies of the scholarly communication landscape in the humanities, especially in relation to open access, have…

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Lessons from Open Science across European Universities: policies, practices, and future directions - William Cawthorn

Open Science, which encompasses all scholarly disciplines, is increasingly recognised as a core feature of academic practice: it has the potential to improve the accessibility and integrity of…

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Stealing the Master's Tools - Sohail Jannesari (Speaker), Ricardo Twumasi, Clare Camp, Ruth Murphy

In an attempt to disrupt traditional paradigms of academic publishing, a decolonial initiative was forged between a group of health inequalities researchers. We began ‘Stolen Tools’, a…

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The Madness of Metrics and Possibilities of Pause in Open Research - Marisa De Andrade

In July 2022, Marisa de Andrade wrote (what she thought was) an important book about knowledge (in)justice in the academy and in the world. Public Health, Humanities and Magical Realism: A…

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Peter Chiene Lecture: The Encyclopedism of Renaissance Humanist Jurists - Xavier Prévost

The event was hosted by the Centre for Legal History. Professor Xavier Prévost, junior member of the Institut universitaire de France and professor of legal history at the University of…

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Our Lives with IBD

A short film by Hugo Hemmati about inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD), the people affected by them, and the new research that aims to improve these conditions. Created in collaboration with the…

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LGBTQ+ History and women of the MENA region

This is an Edinburgh Award presentation for Digital Volunteering with Wikipedia 2022/2023 - an extracurricular project undertaken by student Ellanee Kruck to research and improve topic coverage of…

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The history of menstruation

This is an Edinburgh Award presentation for Digital Volunteering with Wikipedia 2022/2023 - an extracurricular project undertaken by student Paula Back to research and improve topic coverage of the…

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Latin American literature - improving topic coverage on Wikipedia for the Edinburgh Award 2023/2024

This is an Edinburgh Award presentation for Digital Volunteering with Wikipedia 2023/2024 - an extracurricular project of 55-80 hours at the University of Edinburgh.

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Neuroscience - improving topic coverage on Wikipedia on the Edinburgh Award 2023/2024

This is an Edinburgh Award presentation for Digital Volunteering with Wikipedia 2023/2024 - an extracurricular project of 55-80 hours at the University of Edinburgh.

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Ruby Imrie on the Map of Accused Witches in Scotland project and the Witchfinder General data visualisation internship

This University of Edinburgh event was held on 24 November 2023 and focused on improving the representation of inspiring women online and celebrating the Central Library of Edinburgh's…

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Inaugural Lecture: Tim Milnes

Inaugural Lecture by Tim Milnes, 24 April, 2024. 'Ex Nihilo: Romanticism, Creativity, and the Invention of ‘Literature’', an Inaugural Lecture celebrating the appointment of…

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Recording Inaugural Lecture Videos

Following feedback from teams around CAHSS, this session aims to troubleshoot common challenges faced in producing inaugural lectures videos by drawing from the experiences of others in the…

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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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10 Days Professional Development

The revised Concordat includes reference to researchers having opportunities, structured support, encouragement and time to engage in a minimum of 10 days professional development pro rata, per year.…

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