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Event 3: Discussions and Next Steps
June 14, 2017 12:25 pm by EdinburghOKN
Registration is now open for the third UoE Open Knowledge Network event which will take place on  Tuesday 4th July from 13.45 – 16.30 in Argyle House, University of Edinburgh.   Please register via MyEd:    In response to feedback from participants, this event will be focused on discussion and ideas.  Participants will have an opportunity to suggest ideas and choose topics they’d like to explore.  All topics related to open data, open access, open education, open research, open collections and archives, and open...

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Mary Susan McIntosh and the Women in Red
May 11, 2017 4:13 pm by OpenEdFeed – Open World
I was chuffed to discover today that English Wikipedia’s main page features a link to sociologist, feminist, and campaigner for lesbian and gay rights Mary Susan McIntosh.  It’s always great to see women featured on Wikipedia’s main page, which is viewed by around 4 million people, but I confess to being doubly pleased because I created the […]
Event 2 – Presentations
May 3, 2017 11:37 am by EdinburghOKN
On Friday 28th April 35 colleagues from across the University came together for the second UoE Open Knowledge Network meet up.  The event featured a morning of speakers followed by workshops in the afternoon.  Guillaume Evrard has created a Storify of tweets from the event here University of Edinburgh Open Knowledge Network PhD Thesis Digitisation Project by Gavin Willshaw, University Library & Collections PhD Thesis Digitisation Project from Lorna Campbell Wikipedia in the Classroom –  World Christianity by Alex Chow, School...

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June 22, 2017 11:06am
Register here for the third UoE Open Knowledge forum on July 4th. The focus this time is on discussion and ideas
June 21, 2017 12:15pm
A "toy box" of simulations to explore basic concepts of Electronics and Electrical Engineering @SchoolOfEng_UoE OpenEdEdinburgh photo
June 16, 2017 8:24am
The story interviews with #LGBT+ volunteers, ‘LGBT+ Healthcare 101’ & a secondary school resource: #Pride2017 #OER