Videos

University of Edinburgh students at the Venice Biennale
University of Edinburgh students at the Venice Biennale – fifteen students from Scottish art colleges are working with Edinburgh College of Art graduate, Rachel Maclean, at the Venice Biennale – the world’s biggest arts festival – as part of a Professional Development Programme.

 

Cairngorms: Learning amid one of Europe’s most extreme wildernesses - School of Geosciences
Staff and students from the School of Geosciences visited the Cairngorms – an area containing the highest, coldest, and snowiest plateau anywhere in the British Isles and which boasts five of the six highest mountains in the UK. The trip provided a unique learning opportnity, as this film discovers.

 

Marwa Mouazen - teaching Arabic in the School of Literatures, Languages, and Cultures
Teaching Arabic language classes  – Marwa Mouazen, Arabic Teaching Fellow in the School of Literatures, Languages, and Cultures, shares her approaches to language learning and teaching.
Professor Dave Reay - School of Geosciences
MSc Global Environment and Society – Professor Dave Reay from the School of Geosciences shares his thoughts on teaching

 

Professor Iain Gordon - School of Mathematics
Mid-semester feedback – Professor Iain Gordon from the School of Mathematics talks about incorporating mid-semester feedback as part of assessment processes within the School.
Professor Alan Murray - School of Engineering
Teaching Science and Engineering – Professor Alan Murray, Chair of Neural Electronics and Assistant Principal of Academic Support in the School of Engineering talks about his approach to learning and teaching.
Simon Riley - Biomedical Sciences
Active, student-centred teaching in Biomedical Sciences – Dr Simon Riley, Senior Lecturer in Obstetrics in the School of Biomedical Sciences talks about the benefits of practical teaching.
Dr Heather McQueen – Assessment and Feedback
Assessment and Feedback – Dr Heather McQueen describes her innovative approach to assessment in the School of Biological Sciences.

 

Celebrating teaching at the EUSA teaching awards
Why good teaching matters – celebrating teaching at the EUSA teaching awards 2016.
Professor Graeme Laurie at Edinburgh Law School
Embedding practical teaching into the Law curriculum – Professor Graeme Laurie on promoting learning at the Edinburgh Law School.

 

Professor Siân Bayne - Digital Education
Digital Education and Online Distance Learning – Professor Siân Bayne on linking research and teaching in the Moray House School of Education.

 

Professor Susan Rhind at the Vet School
Inspiring and educating students – Professor Susan Rhind, Chair of Veterinary Education at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies discusses some of the different projects going on at the Vet School.