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Hand-drawn illustration of four women - Chrystal Macmillan, Agnes Yewande Savage, Marion Ross, Noreen Murray

Reading Time: 2 minutes Welcome back! After a year of anticipation, I’m thrilled to announce the much-awaited return of the “We Have Great Stuff” colouring book series. And this time we’re bringing you a brand new third volume dedicated to the incredible women in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) who have played a vital role in shaping the […]

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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!

Hi all, that’s week 8 of the internship completed! Had some time off for holidays so not had the full time to work on witchy data but back at it now. By now we are finishing off our processing stage and doing the last bits of data wrangling. Recently we have been doing a LOT […]

Hi, my name is Josep Garcia-Reyero and I am the Open-Source Development intern for the summer, which means I get to help re-develop the Mapping of Accused Witches of Scotland site – welcome to my first blog post! I am a Mathematics student at the University of Edinburgh, going into my fourth year of study […]

So we are at the end of week 6, almost half of the way through the internship, and time seems to have flown by. These past weeks I have been put to work with data processing, and bulk editing Wikidata with all sorts of information extracted from the Survey of Scottish Witchcraft database. What we […]

Hi, my name is Maggie and I’ve just completed my third year of a Computer Science degree at the University of Edinburgh. This summer I’ve been lucky enough to be appointed the new Scottish Witchcraft Data Visualisation Intern here at the University of Edinburgh’s Information Services Group. Welcome to my first blog post 🙂 Through […]

Reading Time: 4 minutes (Mini Bio) Blair is the Digital Skills for Students Advisor intern. His role is to map out all of the activities that students carry out over the course of their degree and to determine the digital skills and resources that they need to be able to achieve these tasks. In addition, he is looking at […]

This is the full text of the paper that Karoline and I wrote for the QAA Enhancement Themes 2018 conference and presented on 7 June. Lecture Recording: A student co-creation case study Anne-Marie Scott, Karoline Nanfeldt. University of Edinburgh. Abstract The University of Edinburgh has … Continue reading #ETConf18: Lecture Recording: A student co-creation case study

My name is Kamelia Zhelyazkova and I am entering the 3rd year of a Computer Science (BSc Hons) degree at the University of Edinburgh, School of Informatics. My main areas of interest revolve around software development, database systems and security. Currently, I am into the sixth week of my internship at the Digital Learning Application and Media […]

My name is Connie and I have just finished my 3rd year of a Master of Informatics (MInf) degree here at the University of Edinburgh. My main areas of interest are natural language processing and computer security. I am currently working on Media Hopper for the Digital Learning Application and Media department. Media Hopper is […]


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