Edinburgh’s OERs


Near Future Teaching – videos

Brightly coloured blocks spelling out "Near Future Teaching"

Four videos of students and staff talking about what changes they predict, or would like to see, in teaching over the […]

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Meteorological Visibility Observations: A User’s Guide

Woman standing on a stone at the top of Blackford Hill

This Meteorological Observation Guide has been written as part of a NERC (Natural Environment Research Council) Research Experience Placement carried out […]

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Learn Averages with Pokemon Posters

A set of Pokemon icons on an orange bar graph from lowest to highest hit points.

A set of three posters aimed at Primary School learners that lay out different techniques for finding averages, using the […]

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Thinking Detectives Game: The Alps and Climate Change

Four aerial tramway cars going up the side of a slightly snow covered mountain.

A board game created by educators and climate scientists at the University of Edinburgh. While playing learners develop their HOTS […]

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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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Volcanic Eruptions: an interdisciplinary approach

Developed by ​Isla Simmons as part of the Geoscience Outreach course at the University of Edinburgh, this resource makes use of a […]

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Videos for International Students

Man and woman walking across the Meadows (city park) in front of pink blossomed trees.

Edinburgh Global have produced a series of videos aimed at international students about adjusting to life in a new city. […]

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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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