Edinburgh’s OERs


To Bee or not to Bee

‘To Bee or not to Bee’ is a series of workshops focused on the important contribution that bees make to […]

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The Story of the Woolly Mammoth

‘The Story of the Woolly Mammoth’ is a resource pack consisting of three lessons, set out over three detailed presentations […]

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Psychology Research Methods

Often overlooked as the less interesting side of studying Psychology, research methods take centre stage in this set of engaging […]

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The Making of the US President

These excerpts from ‘The Making of the US President’ are a great resource for all those interested in getting a […]

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Helen Langdon’s ‘Caravaggio’

This course concentrates on one of the most common forms of art history writing – a biographical monograph about a […]

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Eric Lucey Film Collection

Pink flower captured on old grainy film.

The Eric Lucey film collection in The University of Edinburgh Archives Collection have been digitised and made openly available and […]

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Gif It Up – Create your own Gifs

This workshop was created to provide an introduction to creating GIFs from openly licensed and public domain, museum, library, and archival […]

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Contested futures for lighting in urban spaces

blue background with white lines connected by white dots.

Created by Mary-Anne Kryiakou as part of the Digital Futures course for the MSc in Digital Education, this resource is a […]

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Embracing the challenges of personalisation in HE

a group of red game pieces on the left and a solitary blue piece on the right.

Created by D. Lozza as part of the Digital Futures course for the MSc in Digital Education, this resource is an […]

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