Copyright IP Online is an important way to build confidence, awareness and skills, enabling compliance with the law and open educational resources. This session is being run for students of the School of Social and Political Science (SPSS) and students participating in this year's Edinburgh Digital Award.Find out more »
The practical applications in Higher Education of the most recent social or technical development (MOOCs, social media, digitisation and online…Find out more »
A private session for the Clinical Educator Programme. This workshop will provide: An overview of using copyrighted material in a HE setting, Copyright myths and exceptions in education, Creative Commons licences - what they mean, and how to identify them, Open Educational Resources - how to locate, use, and share as part of practice.Find out more »
A private event for the School of Literatures, Languages, & Cultures.
Learn how to locate and identify openly licensed materials online to use in your own teaching and presentations.
In November 2014, just over 15% of the English Wikipedia’s biographies were about women. Founded in July 2015, WikiProject Women in…Find out more »
Join us for a day of editing Wikipedia to help improve pages on the online encyclopedia about the people and…Find out more »
Explore the fun world of gifs with Gif It Up; learn how to make your own gifs from openly licensed and public domain, museum, library, and archival materials. Using free and open online tools.
This month’s Learning Technology Showcase is based on a Digital Literacy theme. Due to popular demand, we are happy to iterate one of the big hits from the Festival of Creative Learning, Gif It Up.
23 Things for Digital Knowledge is an award winning, open, and self-paced course for digital and online skills. In this webinar we’ll be looking at Things 10 – 23 and consolidating the knowledge and digital wisdom we’ve gained from exploring the course.Find out more »
Law student Jemima John is running a WikiProject Law edit-a-thon on 15 May. This event is aimed towards adding and/or improving legal articles on Wikipedia as part of the WikiProject Law specifically in the area of technology law and intellectual property.Find out more »
Using Wikidata, information on Wikipedia can be queried & visualised as never before. Beyond this, SPARQL queries can analyse datasets from Wikidata, and through federated queries, analyse data from multiple other sources.Find out more »