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Pedagogies of Care and Hope for Wicked Prolems

An introductory video about pedagogies for wicked problems.

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SIFTing the literature: Critically evaluating the reliability of sources (Dissertation and Thesis Festival Nov 2023)

Ever seen something shared on social media that you think just cannot be true? Or wondered how you can be more critical in the sources of information you use in an assignment? By the end of this…

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Introduction to Academic Misconduct

Academic misconduct is any type of cheating that occurs in relation to a formal academic exercise. It includes plagiarism, collusion, falsification, deceit, cheating and personation.The University…

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Supporting you with your studies UG (IAD)

A 5 minute video summarising the support available to all Undergraduate students from the Taught Student Development Team at the Institute for Academic Development (IAD)

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How to... Communicate successfully in your academic studies (UG)

‚Äč‚ÄčThis quick video will tell you about how to develop your academic communication skills through a free and fully online English for Academic Purposes course. The course has been developed by English…

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CSE Cohort Lead Networking Event - 06 Rowan Jackson (Geosciences PGT)

CSE Cohort Lead Networking Event - 30MAY2023 06 Rowan Jackson (Geosciences PGT)

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Stephen Baguley - Communication and Engagement in Change Management

Stephen Baguley - Communication and Engagement in Change Management

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Welcome to Interdisciplinary Futures

Professor Chris Speed, Director of Edinburgh Futures Institute, welcomes students who have been offered a place on the MA Interdiscplinary Futures programme.

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Interview with Tina Fernandez, LLM in Information Technology Law graduate

Tina studied for an LLM in Information Technology by online learning at Edinburgh Law School, graduating in 2019. She also won the best dissertation by an online learning student. In this video she…

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Week 5: Tools for Reflection

Dr Hamish Macleod discusses week 5 of the course, using the labyrinth as a metaphor for how to approach thinking about the assessment for the course. If you download and reuse this video, please…

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engage - Student engagement and becoming a critical thinker 05-05-22

Presented by Dr Sarah Ivory, Business School

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2.3.1 Heritage as processual

Heritage as processual FIRST CUT

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Critical Thinking Retreat Introduction

Critical Thinking Retreat Introduction

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ARIA and UK Mathematical Sciences

The Council for the Mathematical Sciences CMS, in conjunction with the Virtual Forum for Knowledge Exchange in Mathematical Sciences V-KEMS are organising a series of events to enable the UK…

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Music Theory in Critical and Global Context

To set the scene, Nikki Moran (course lead) offers some context for your study of music theory by sharing ideas about how this course fits into the bigger landscape of music study.

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Three Curriculum Design Principles

A short video by Vel McCune about curriculum design principles

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