Edinburgh’s OERs


Edinburgh DataShare

Edinburgh DataShare is a digital repository of research data produced at the University of Edinburgh. Edinburgh University researchers who have […]

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Introduction to the Brain

Black and white photo of a shelf with three plastic brains.

Introduction to the Brain has been created by final year Psychology students including an introductory information pack for high school […]

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‘Prejudice Reduction Strategies’ Psychology Resource

A black woman, asian man, white redhead woman, black man, and asian woman sitting against a grey brick wall

‘Prejudice Reduction Strategies’ is a teaching resource that identifies stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination, where they arise from and how to […]

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‘Attention and Advertising Tactics’ Psychology Resource

Attention and Advertising Tactics is an educational resource that ties into the Scottish National 5 Psychology curriculum. This resource covers […]

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In Your Own Words – avoid plagiarism

Screenshot from video showing figure at the start of an academic 'running race'

Learn to avoid plagiarism pitfalls in this video co-created by staff and students of the University of Edinburgh. This video […]

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Christian Parables teaching resource

Parable of the hidden treasure

Christian Parables is a resource for use by school teachers that has been developed as part of Dr Naomi Appleton and […]

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Stories from Buddhist Traditions

This early 20th century painted scroll shows the chapter about Jujuka. On the bottom row we see him bring the children to the city, where they are ransomed by the king. Then Jujuka begins his overeating, leading to his death, shown on the top row.

Stories from Buddhist Traditions is a resource for use by school teachers that has been developed as part of Dr […]

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Generative Syntax

Generative Syntax

Generative Syntax with Professor Caroline Heycock is a series of eleven videos, and was created for the School of Linguistics […]

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Pullum on Passives

Pullum on Passives

Prof Geoffrey K. Pullum provides an hour-long series of videos explaining points in his 2014 article “Fear and Loathing of […]

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