Edinburgh’s OERs


Stories from Buddhist Traditions

This early 20th century painted scroll shows the chapter about Jujuka. On the bottom row we see him bring the children to the city, where they are ransomed by the king. Then Jujuka begins his overeating, leading to his death, shown on the top row.

Describes some of the stories of various Buddhist traditions. Contains nine stories as well as an introduction to Jatakas. Aimed at First to Fourth level.

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Digitised Shakespeare

Front page of the 1599 Romeo and Juliet

The library’s rich holdings of early English drama include the majority of editions of William Shakespeare published before 1660, mainly […]

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Shakespeare in China

Lin Zhaohua speaking to the room

The seminar ‘Shakespeare in China – A conversation with Lin Zhaohua’ has been shared as a series of videos on […]

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Centre for the History of the Book

old mediaeval book

The Centre for the History of the Book has produced a series of videos designed to introduce key skills for […]

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Generative Syntax

Professor Caroline Heycock talking

Generative Syntax with Professor Caroline Heycock is a series of eleven videos, and was created for the School of Linguistics […]

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Pullum on Passives

Prof Pullum talking

Prof Geoffrey K. Pullum provides an hour-long series of videos explaining points in his 2014 article “Fear and Loathing of […]

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