On Friday 28th April 35 colleagues from across the University came together for the second UoE Open Knowledge Network meet up. The event featured a morning of speakers followed by workshops in the afternoon. Guillaume Evrard has created a Storify of tweets from the event here University of Edinburgh Open Knowledge Network
PhD Thesis Digitisation Project
by Gavin Willshaw, University Library & Collections
Wikipedia in the Classroom – World Christianity
by Alex Chow, School of Divinity
Details about this course can be found on Alex’s Wikipedia page here Wikipedia in the Classroom
by Jeremy Knox, Research in Digital Education
MOOC Production at UoE
by Jo Spiller, Education Development & Enhancement
International Open Science Conference report
by Lorna M. Campbell, Learning, Teaching and Web Division
A transcript of Lorna’s talk is available from her blog here International Open Science Conference Report .
UoE Internet of Things Programme
by Ewan Klein, School of Informatics
Ewan’s slides can be accessed from SharePoint here University IoT Programme.
Use of Wikipedia as a teaching tool in Biomedical Sciences
by Chris Harlow, Centre for reproductive Health
Open Data at the University of Edinburgh
by Wilbert Kraan, Data Architect
Learning by Developing in a Living Lab
by James Stewart, Institute for Science, Technology and Innovation
Introduction to Edinburgh DataShare
by Pauline Ward, Data Library
Edinburgh DataShare is a digital repository of research data produced at the University of Edinburgh, hosted by Information Services. Edinburgh University researchers who have produced research data associated with an existing or forthcoming publication, or which has potential use for other researchers, are invited to upload their dataset for sharing and safekeeping.
Wikidata and Histropedia Workshop
by Ewan McAndrew, Wikimedian in Residence
Slides and resources from Ewan’s workshop are available from Google drive here Wikidata and Histropedia.