Category: Interactive Content
Our ‘Colouring Book Designer Intern’ post, and many others, are now open for student applications. Come join our University of Edinburgh (UoE) team this summer!
Our colouring books ‘We have great stuff’ volumes one and two are now available on Edinburgh Diamond, the University of Edinburgh Library’s digital service for hosting Diamond open source books and journals.
Jackie Aim and Charlie Chu from the Interactive Content team talk about collaborating in the office (IRL) on a high-priority, complicated HTML5 statistics interactive for the College of Medicine & Veterinary Medicine (CMVM).
Over 100,000 people on YouTube have watched our openly licensed training videos that aim to prevent mastitis in smallholder dairy cattle.
Personal highlights from the UCISA women In tech conference (#WiT22), including presentations from Avril Chester and Jake Dovey.
I’m very pleased to welcome Man-hin (Charlie) Chu to the Learning, Teaching and Web (LTW) Services Directorate.
We have an exciting opportunity for an agile web developer to work with our development and interactive content design teams. You will support the creation, management and maintenance of bespoke websites whilst contributing to the development of the new university-wide Website Publishing Platform. Salary: £28,756 – £33,309 per annum Department: Learning, Teaching & Web in […]
Reading Time: < 1 minute The Interactive Content team have provided 200 copies of their latest University of Edinburgh colouring book to the Edinburgh Cares project.
ENGAGE, Edinburgh Innovations’ new online learning programme is designed to give researchers and students the skills needed to collaborate with external partners, grasp commercial opportunities and create impact from their research. The CPD course is comprised of 28 videos across several modules, presented by Mike Jess (Senior Lecturer) and Paul McMillan (Lecturer and Programme Director) […]
In partnership with Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland (CHSS) the University of Edinburgh is pleased to announce that a new open-access STARs e-learning module is launching to coincide with this year’s UK Stroke Forum virtual conference 30th November to 2nd December 2021.