Edinburgh’s OERs


Electromagnetics … a “Toy Box”

Electromagnetic spectrum

This is a set of simple e-learning tools to support the teaching of electromagnetics in Electronics and Electrical Engineering 1 at The University […]

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Basics of Electronics … a “Toybox”

Wooden box with yellow, green, blue, and red duplo blocks.

A box of tools on basic concepts in Electronics and Electrical Engineering, created by Alan Murray in the School of Engineering.

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Avatar Illustrations

Four illustrations, the first of a white skinned woman with short blonde/white hair and dark glasses, the second of a mid-20s dark skinned woman with long black hair sitting on a chair, the third is a close-up of the second image, the fourth is a tanned woman with short brunette hair.

This set of 78 avatar illustrations were created by the Interactive Content team and the University of Edinburgh for Chest […]

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Wikipedia Training lesson plan

Hands are cupping a mini wikipedia globe made from wet sand

Ewan McAndrew, our Wikimedian-in-Residence, has created a detailed lesson plan and accompanying slideshow to assist anyone in becoming a Wikipedia […]

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Festival of Creative Learning Board Game Jam: The Expansion 

Pens, dice, cards, marker pens all strewn across a table top

Taking Board Game Jam design skills to the next level. Building on previous jams, in this day long workshop students […]

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Descriptive Statistics

The School of Geosciences have created three OERs for teachers of pupils studying biology, geography and environmental science at SCQF […]

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Open Education and Co-Creation

Lorna M. Campbell’s guest lecture on Open Education and Co-Creation as part of the Institute for Academic Development’s Introduction to Online […]

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OER16 Keynote Presentations

CC BY-SA 2.0

Videos of the five keynote presentations given at the 7th Open Educational Resources Conference, OER16: Open Culture, held on the […]

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3D Gandharan Sculptures

Screenshot of Gandarahan sculptures on Sketchfab

Three 3D models of Gandharan sculptures have been created from the University of Edinburgh’s Centre for Research Collections (CRC), and […]

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