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Printing in a pandemic: the makers response to COVID
October 22, 2020 4:06 pm by Lorna M Campbell
This paper, published in the Journal of European Association for Health Information and Libraries, by Mike Boyd, manager of the [...]
Photograph of clay rainbow ornament Thoughts on engaging with OERs: Rainbows all round
October 20, 2020 1:00 pm by Lorna M Campbell
A guest blog post by Danielle Marlow, Education Development Coordinator, Edinburgh CRF Education Programme.  Follow the Edinburgh CRF Education Programme [...]
Two signposts pointing in opposite directions with the word choice. Open Policy for Learning and Teaching
October 8, 2020 4:17 pm by Lorna M Campbell
Earlier in September, my colleague Neil McCormick, Education Technology Policy Officer at LTW, and I took part in Jane Secker [...]

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Halloween skeleton fun with our collection of 3D models on Sketchfab by Dr. Tobias Schwarz of the @TheDickVet School of Veterinary Studies. #OER
https://t.co/qlhdA7Xjew

Another brilliant open education resource from Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel @minebocek #OER #DataScience https://t.co/PA3URROzsZ
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Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel @minebocek
I have updated the *Data Science Course in a Box* resources at https://t.co/N21dyees9Y. If you're teaching introductory data science with #rstats, take a look and feel free to use/adapt as you like. Source code for all materials are linked from the website and licensed CC BY-SA! https://t.co/uw9HrzffkD

Introduction to Data Science - these brilliant new open resources, including videos and course materials, were created by Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel @minebocek, and David Elliott of @EdinburghUni's School of Mathematics. https://t.co/zzISLBcJwa #OER #OpenAccess #DataScience #R