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Deposit agreement
This is the deposit agreement for the UCL OER repository

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IAS Lies: A Post-truth Take on Lying
Are the moral proscriptions against lying overrated?

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IAS Lies: Defamation - A Roundtable on Lies and the Law
As part of this year’s research theme on ‘Lies’, the UCL Institute of Advanced Studies hosted a panel discussion on the present and future of defamation law. How can the law best protect rights of speech and of privacy in a digital age? Has the Defamation Act of 2013 allowed for the publication of truths, opinions honestly held, or speech in the public interest? How has a new standard of harm respected the rights of the claimants and defendants in practice?

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IAS Lies: Misinformed - A Roundtable on Social Media and the Shaping of Public Discourse
As part of its Lies research theme, the UCL Institute of Advanced Studies hosted a roundtable discussion on media and politics in the age of the viral post, troll farm and automated botnet.

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IAS Lies: Myths around the public sector and whose interests are served by the underlying lies
The false dichotomy between "the public sector" and "the private sector" leaves out the vital role that government has played - and must continue to play - in acting as financial backer and risk-taker in the most important innovations of our time that can help tackle the grand challenges facing us. Furthermore the lie ends up causing a situation by which risks are socialised while returns are privatised.

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IAS Lies: Psychoanalysis in the Age of Post-Truth: Panel Discussion
As part of the 2017-18 research theme on ‘Lies’, the IAS welcomed an interdisciplinary panel discussion about the role of psychoanalysis in the age of post-truth.

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IAS Vulnerability Seminar: #MeToo - A Panel Discussion on Vulnerability and Visibility
The IAS Vulnerability Seminar Series hosted a panel that touched on the ways in which visibility can be empowering – exposing the reality of sexual violence, or giving a voice and platform to disadvantaged groups – but also how visibility can sometimes leave women and others vulnerable to various forms of harassment or abuse. This event was chaired by Allison Deutch (IAS, UCL).

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IAS Vulnerability Seminar: Stupid Shame
This talk considered the vulnerability of those assigned to a category which most human groups treat with angry revulsion: the stupid. Professor Steven Connor will suggest that stupidity is more tightly than ever twinned with shame in our growing epistemocracy. But if the power to shame is toxically potent, the condition of shame, though the most exquisitely painful form of vulnerability, may also harbour surprising, and dangerous powers of insurgence. Steven Connor is Grace 2 Professor of English and Fellow of Peterhouse in the University of Cambridge. From October 2018 he will be Director of Cambridge’s Centre for Research in Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH). He is a writer, critic and broadcaster, who has published books on many topics, including Dickens, Beckett, Joyce, value, ventriloquism, skin, flies and air.

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IAS Vulnerability Seminar: Vulnerability and Censorship
IAS Vulnerability Seminar: Vulnerability and Censorship

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IAS Vulnerability Seminar: Vulnerability and Law
The law is traditionally centered around the norm of an able-bodied, competent, independent, self-sufficient and autonomous man. This creates a legal systems which privileges the values of autonomy, privacy and bodily integrity.

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IAS Vulnerability Seminar: Vulnerability and post-imperial identities
This talk discussed the impact of the demise of the British empire upon identities within the UK in the narrow majority for the Leave campaign in the 2016 UK referendum on EU membership. A comparative dimension was also pursued, with analysis of the Roman empire - which inspired many aspects of British imperialism - shedding further light on the politics of identity in colonial and post-colonial contexts.

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Introduction to Open Education, OER, and what UCL is doing
This presentation for #LearnHack 5.0 Open Education introduces Open Education, what we mean by OER, and what UCL is doing. It was made available for the event on 5 and 6 November 2018.

Shared with the World by June Hedges

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Jeff Skinner from London Business School: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2008 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series October 9th, 2008 presented by Jeff Skinner from London Business School who talks about his experiences in being an entrepreneur.

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Repository policy
This is the policy for the UCL OER repository.

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To what extent does verticalization provide a socially sustainable solution to Singapore’s land scarcity problem?
This dissertation focuses on the social sustainability of high-rise and high-density developments.

Shared with the World by Elangkathir Duhindan

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UCL Open Education Scoping Study
This report was written as part of the UCL Open Education scoping study

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Vulnerability, Viability and the Life of AIDS
The Institute of Advanced Studies hosted a conversation with Elisabeth Lebovici to discuss her new book Ce que le sida m'a fait: art et activisme à la fin du XXe siècle (‘What AIDS has done to me. Art and Activism at the End of the 20th Century’, Zurich: JRP Ringier, 2017).

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