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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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Race vs. The Human – 9 February 2022

9 February 2022 Speaker: Dr Deanne Bell, Nottingham Trent University Co-Chaired by: Dr Katucha Bento and Dr rashné limke, University of Edinburgh In coloniality, there is a need to conflate…

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Prioritising influence

Exploring the way in which we can prioritise what we control and can influence to impact what concerns us. *To change the view of face/slides, hover over the rectangles in the top corner* Contact…

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Starting Your Career Thinking

Animated guide for starting your career thinking

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engage - Engaging online students

engage session 13th January 2022

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Loving Kindness Meditation

Dorothy Armstrong guides you through a short meditation to help encourage loving kindness, calmness, and compassion.

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How we define boundries

Mike Jess (Senior Lecturer) identifies different ways to define boundaries. ENGAGE, Edinburgh Innovations’ new online learning programme is designed to give you the skills needed to collaborate…

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Negotiating Boundaries the Three Cs

Mike Jess (Senior Lecturer) introduces the Three Cs of negotiating boundaries. ENGAGE, Edinburgh Innovations’ new online learning programme is designed to give you the skills needed to…

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Aristotle Lecture 2.3

Aristotle

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Thinking through Technological Economies: Interview with Jason E. Nguyen

This is a conversation with Assistant Professor Jason E. Nguyen, in which we discuss his evolving work on the architectural history of the early modern Atlantic world. The conversation was recorded…

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