Edinburgh’s OERs

Forces Fiona asks about Gravity

Computer graphics illustration of a person holding and pulling one ball in a colourful newton's cradle

This resource is on forces and includes a ten-minute video and an activities document with four activities that follow up […]

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Spaceman Sam and Comets

A photo of a comet with a green haze surrounding, with stars around

This resource is on comets and includes a twelve-minute video and a PDF with four follow up activities. Including: recommended […]

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Environment & Sustainability Resources

Beautiful river view

This year, the UK will host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow in early […]

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Wizarding: Potions, Chemical Reactions, & Spelling Patterns

Illustrations of a chemical reaction inside a beaker, a bubbling cauldron, some magic wands and a padlock

This resource includes five wizard and magic themed activities introducing 5 different concepts (Chemical Reactions, Density, Solids and Liquids, Logic […]

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UNCOVER – Usher Network for Covid-19 Evidence Reviews

UNCOVER is a staff-student partnership led by the Usher Institute that was set up to conduct rapid evidence reviews of […]

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EEsim: a circuit simulator

Screenshot of the ESSIM plot output

EEsim is an open-source browser-based simulation tool, created Created by Dr Danial Chitnis of Electronics and Electrical Engineering at The […]

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Academic Integrity

diverse women students studying together in park

To help CMVM students attain a better understanding of the issues surrounding academic integrity and plagiarism, Dr Medhat Khattar from […]

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How to Create an Online Course

A professional black woman with natural hair is studying at a laptop

Videos from the ‘How to Create an Online Course’ MOOC have been open licensed and shared for re-use and download […]

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Shona Macnaughton: Progressive (2017)

This introduction to Shona Macnaughton’s artwork Progressive (2017) was created by Kirsten Lloyd, School of History of Art, The University […]

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