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Wooclap: Event organisation, sharing and collaboration

In this video, we demonstrate how to organise your events using folders, share your event with colleagues and how to collaborate on an event. 00:00 Introduction 00:10 Creating folders and…

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How data papers present a unique contribution to open research in the humanities and social sciences - Mandy Wigdorowitz, Barbara McGillivray, Marton Ribary

Join Mandy Wigdorowitz (speaker), Barbara McGillivray (speaker), and Marton Ribary as they consider the place of Open Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences. They focus on the role of the…

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Applying intelligent open science to combat future pandemics - Lucia Loffreda, Eleanor Cox, Rob Johnson

Join Lucia Loffreda (speaker), Eleanor Cox (speaker), and Rob Johnson as they present five key lessons that can be learnt to enable preparedness for future pandemics, and Open Research/Open Science…

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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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Interview with Sally Kerr - Digital Services Manager (Edinburgh Council)

Open Data in Edinburgh CouncilEUDACT 2015

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Prof Christina Boswell interview for Open Research newsletter

Pauline Ward interviews Professor Christina Boswell, recently appointed to be the new Vice-Principal Research and Enterprise, for the university's Open Research Newsletter (recorded 7 March…

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3.1 New Community Politics and Economy

Internet and Society 2021

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3.3 Code Commons and Law

Internet and Society 2021

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Students_ Practice Worth Sharing_ Wellbeing support during the dissertation period_ What to do if you experience challenging circumstances

About this eventTopic: Wellbeing support during the dissertation period: What to do if you experience challenging circumstancesSpeaker: Katie Cebula, Senior Personal Tutor and Senior Lecturer in…

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Students_ Practice Worth Sharing - Dissertation_ Writing the Results and Discussion chapters (Part 2)

About this eventTopic: Dissertation: Writing the Results and Discussion chaptersSpeaker: Aliandra Barlete , Teaching Fellow in Education, Institute for Education, Community & Society…

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Students_ Practice Worth Sharing - Dissertation_ Writing the Results and Discussion chapters (Part 1)

About this eventTopic: Dissertation: Writing the Results and Discussion chaptersSpeaker: Aliandra Barlete , Teaching Fellow in Education, Institute for Education, Community & Society…

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Students_ Practice Worth Sharing (PWS) - How to be critical in your dissertation

About this eventTopic: How to be critical in your dissertation Speaker: Claudia Rosenhan, Teaching Fellow, Institute for Education, Teaching & Leadership (IETL)Discussion: Please come and ask…

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Students_ Practice Worth Sharing (PWS) - Literature Reviews

NB: subtitles to follow About this event Topic: Literature ReviewsSpeaker: Claudia Rosenhan, Teaching Fellow, Institute for Education, Teaching & Leadership (IETL)Discussion: Literature…

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PGT - Practice Worth Sharing (PWS)_ Meet your Academic Support Librarian – helping you get the best from the Library - Clipped

NB: subtitles to follow Topic: Meet your Academic Support Librarian – helping you get the best from the Library Speaker: Ishbel Leggat - Academic Support Librarian Discussion: Ishbel…

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MI Interviews - Prof Graeme Laurie & Ms Leslie Stevens

Prof Graeme Laurie and Ms Leslie Stevens discuss their research on the legal and ethical issues arising from access and linkage of administrative data.

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Insights and Learning from 2020-21

Dr Catherine Bovill and Celeste McLaughlin discussing the Insights and Learning from 2020-21 Briefing Paper.

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