This is a short extract from a lecture given by Dr Naomi Appleton on the first/second-year undergraduate course Religions of Ancient […]Read more
Our Interactive Content manager Stewart Cromar has written an excellent guide on how players of the life simulation game Animal […]Read more
OERabic is an initiative lead by Mourad Diouri, Teaching Fellow & Course Organiser of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies at […]Read more
Three part lecture on entrepreneurship during times of crisis. Created by Ben Spigel, Chancellor’s Fellow and Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship […]Read more
A collection of video tutorials on Wikipedia editing, from drafting, to editing, publishing, and group assignments. Created by the University […]Read more
While we’re all working to move classes online, we want to remind you that our website Open.Ed, has a range of resources, guides, advice, tips, and tools for locating, adapting, and re-using openly licensed learning and teaching resources.
The OER Service pages provide support, guidance and resources on:
Finding and using OERs: https://open.ed.ac.uk/finding-and-using-oer/
Copyright, licensing and OER: https://open.ed.ac.uk/copyright-and-open-licensing/, and
Open licensing for lecture recording: https://open.ed.ac.uk/copyright-and-open-licensing-for-lecture-recording/.
These podcasts were created for an introductory course providing an overview of the importance of mental health, and present evidence […]Read more
The UK Centre for Astrobiology (UKCA) produces podcast called the Tartan Tardigrade, talking to guests from around the world about […]Read more
Nine videos from the Thesis Hub self-enrol Learn course on producing a thesis using Word run by the Digital Skills […]Read more
Ezra Pound’s monumental poem The Cantos is the longest and most sustained literary effort made by a poet of the […]Read more