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I am delighted to welcome Craig Gilliland to Digital Learning Applications & Media. Craig joined the Technology Enhanced Learning Services (TEL) team last week as our new service Manager and sits in the same saeting block as Sean, and Miki in Argyle House, floor H/West. He will be working on introducing our new Polling service […]

Reading Time: 4 minutes My first blog was due to happen soon, so I might as well start with something I love My friends ask me why I don’t start documenting my food experiments and restaurant visits in a food blog (they are probably tired of me steering all conversations towards food and consider it would be more worthwhile […]

Digital badges are back! They never went away I hear you say and yes? Of course not but we did enter an odd phase were badges were being issued for anything or everything (I like to refer to this era as the ‘Oprah Winfrey’ era). So we all got badges and the value of a […]

Over 100,000 people on YouTube have watched our openly licensed training videos that aim to prevent mastitis in smallholder dairy cattle.

Jackie (left) and Karen (right) at UCISA conference in Birmingham

Personal highlights from the UCISA women In tech conference (#WiT22), including presentations from Avril Chester and Jake Dovey.

Colouring book, partially completed illustration of flowers and scattered coloured pencils.

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.

This was a talk presented at the LILAC 2022 Information Literacy Conference held at Manchester Metropolitan University on 11-13 April 2022. The slides will be uploaded shortly. 0) Intro slide: Video of Manchester Metropolitan University’s Wikipedia page being edited. Anyone can click “Edit” on any page on Wikipedia to improve its open-licensed information with verifiable […]

I asked LILAC Information Literacy Conference 2022 delegates what their favourite Wikipedia pages were and here’s what they answered: Boris Johnson (It’s not flattering) The Dyatlov Pass incident Dolly Parton Cellar door High five Mary Shelley Loch_Ness_Monster The Sopranos List of Manufacturing processes Disambiguation (disambiguation) List of The Simpsons guest stars Defenestrations of Prague Marxist […]

I was doing my usual scroll through Twitter one night last week and spotted this tweet: Just had the first in-person lecture with a 2nd semester cohort. 95% have never before been in a lecture hall. At the end of the lecture they waved goodbye – like in Zoom  (@BueckerSusanne/Susanne …

Brain imaging scans including non contrast CT head, CT Angiograms and advanced CTP

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.

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