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Creating Edinburgh: Introduction to Open Educational Resources

A short introduction to creating, finding and using open educational resources for the Creating Edinburgh: The Interdisciplinary City course.

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Decolonizing Knowledge Production through Linked Open Data

Abstract A hallmark of the North American colonial process was the production and dissemination of knowledge about Indigenous peoples through the journals and records of colonizers. The violent, and…

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Open Media Bank

An introduction to the Open Media Bank, which is a collection of high quality media resources originally created for the University's MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) and free short online…

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Bulk data item creation using OpenRefine - tutorial by Maggie Lin

Bulk data item creation using OpenRefine - tutorial by Maggie Lin. OpenRefineOpenRefine (openrefine.org) is an open-source desktop application for data cleanup and transformation to other formats,…

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Research management in "Many Analysts" projects - Stefano Coretta

With the recent increase of large scientific collaborations in the form of "Many Analysts" projects, research project management has quickly moved from small/medium-scale coordination to…

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tidyqpcr - Sam Haynes

Software is intended to be a tool used to complete tasks efficiently. However, the intent is not always matched by the execution as users may become frustrated with design idiosyncrasies or…

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Two Initiatives Furthering Open Research - Rory MacNeil

This poster presents two initiatives furthering Open Research RSpace, is an electronic lab notebook cum research data management engine that underpins an ecosystem of connected tools enabling Open…

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Collaborative learning of new information in older age: a systematic review - Kelly Wolfe

Introduction. Aging is accompanied by a multitude of changes in cognitive abilities such as processing speed and memory, which in turn affect learning. Learning collaboratively may benefit older…

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Effects of global discourse coherence on local contextual predictions - Georgia-Ann Carter

Context is vitally important for how we understand the world around us, and this is particularly so with language. We know that humans use a range of linguistic cues when understanding language to…

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Open Research in the Classroom: A call for participants - Emma Wilson

Open research practices can benefit students, researchers, and the research community by improving the quality, transparency, and accessibility of research findings. Many groups such as the Edinburgh…

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Not going to waste: preserving Scotland’s COVID-19 wastewater data - Livia Scorza & Andrew Millar

Particles of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the causative agent of the COVID-19 disease, can enter the sewage system through faeces of infected people. The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has…

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The impact of Augmented Reality (AR) books on the reading engagement and comprehension of child readers. - Kawla Alhamad

Augmented Reality (AR) books offer new opportunities for interaction and engagement, and additional features provide potential to support children’s reading comprehension, yet there is…

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Depression Detectives - Iona Beange & Sophia Collins

Depression Detectives was a (pilot) online user-led citizen science project which ran between Feb-Sep 2021. It brought together people with lived experience of depression, and researchers who study…

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Open science in experimental autism research: a replication study of information transfer within and between autistic and non-autistic people, Crompton et al, 2022

Information sharing depends on successful communication. Because autism is clinically defined by social communication deficits, autistic people may be expected to be less effective at sharing…

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The Intersections between DORA, Open Research, and Equity - Stephen Curry

Keynote presentation

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Research Integrity: the view from the Research Office - Alan Campbell

When we talk about research integrity, what we’re talking about are the principles, ideas and behaviours that make up good research practice. It’s about defining what excellence in the…

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