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EOSC and the future of Research & Innovation in Europe
As defined by the European Commission, Open Science consists of 8 pillars of understanding, amongst which are FAIR data and the European Open Science Cloud. Drawing on the results of the EC-funded LEARN project, this paper will look at the challenges which research data management brings to the research institution in an Open Science landscape where research data are at least as equally valued as publications. How, in Rewards systems, can FAIR and/or Open research data be valued as a route to reward and promotion? The paper will look at how these concepts have been embodied into the new UCL Academic Promotions Framework. In terms of skills development, what needs to happen to equip researchers (especially early career researchers) with the knowledge they need to work in a data-intensive environment? A recent European report has shown that, for the EU, the cost of not using FAIR data will be 10.2 bn euros a year. A second report promotes policy recommendations to make the FAIR data model sustainable. The paper will conclude by looking at the research infrastructure being put in place by UCL (University College London) to deliver on the research data agenda by studying in detail the launch of its new research data repository, which takes Open and FAIR data as the default. Sponsoring Organisation: Focus on Open Science Workshops 2019. https://www.focusopenscience.org/

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Education as a pillar of Open Science
Education does not feature as one of the 8 pillars of Open Science, as defined by the European Commission, and this is a problem when considering the full range of activities which Open Science should embrace. There are also challenges in the UK in introducing the ‘Open’ concept to educational materials as these, unlike research outputs, do not fall under the Open Access requirements of the REF (Research Excellence Framework) or the TEF (Teaching Excellence Framework). UCL (University College London) has embraced the concept of research-based education and ‘Open’ approaches are helping to support this agenda. This paper will look at an initial UCL Scoping Study for Open Education (2016) and the current version of the UCL Open Education Roadmap (2017). The second part of the paper will look at the work of UCL Press, the UK’s first fully Open Access University Press, in delivering Open Educational outputs. It will start with the traditional textbook approach and then look at the development of the Press’s own textbook platform based on the BOOC (Books as Open Online Content). The paper will conclude by summarizing the challenges and benefits of Open Educational Resources as part of the Open Science agenda. Sponsoring Organisation: Focus on Open Science Workshops 2019. https://www.focusopenscience.org/

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Cardiovascular effects of exercise training: How does your heart benefit when you exercise?
Cardiovascular effects of exercise explained for the general public, including simulations, videos and scientific papers. Used to inform and provoke the general public live healthier and learn more. The concepts explained can facilitate the teaching and learning process. Some of the concepts covered are: Risks factors and causes of cardiovascular disease. The way cardiovascular disease causes chronic kidney disease and problems with other organs such as the lungs. The videos created explaining heart adaptations can also be used to facilitate the teaching and learning process. The scientific blog can showcase the type of work first year Applied Medical Sciences, Cancer Biomedicine and Nutrition are expected to create.

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From Directive to DNA: Creating a cultural shift on accessibility
Presentation for the facilitation of a workshop on identifying how we can facilitate a cultural shift on digital accessibility

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NASA’s Plans for Going Forward to the Moon
NASA Presentation on plans for the Moon and Mars

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How can archaeological archives be used as a resource for formal education in universities and informal education for adult learners?
Archaeological archives are excellent ex situ resources for learning, however it is generally acknowledged that they are traditionally underused due to a variety of complex factors. The present study investigates how this situation has changed over the past for museums in England with stored archaeological collections, particularly to what extent they are used as a learning tool for formal education in universities and informal education for adult learners today.

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Equity Diversification from an Allocation to Listed Infrastructure
This dissertation was submitted as part of the MSc Infrastructure Investment and Finance at the University College London Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management. The dissertation is a study of the potential for an allocation to listed infrastructure to provide diversification against global equities.

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Plagiarism workshop
This collection contains the presentation and resources for the plagiarism workshop, as well as a research paper (found alongside the presentation) which details the use of both.

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Plagiarism workshop resources
These are the resources that are used in face-to-face sessions in conjunction with the plagiarism workshop presentation. You may download the resources and use in your own teaching contexts.

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Plagiarism workshop presentation: Preventing Plagiarism and the Role of Honour Codes
This PPT presentation is used for the plagiarism prevention workshops as delivered by Nicole Brown and Rosalind Janssen. The slides take the audience through the different stages of the workshop, from the sorting activity through to the final plenary. For a detailed description of how to use the presentation, please, download the published article from http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/1544425/

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UCL Reflect: Educational blogs from our community - Anson MacKay [URL hyperlink to video file]
Blogging as an assessment tool for a third-year Master's level module.

Shared with the World by Dr Mina Sotiriou

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UCL Reflect: Educational blogs from our community - Emily Gulliksen Craste [URL hyperlink to video file]
Creating a virtual exhibition using UCL Reflect, UCL's blogging tool, in Arts and Science.

Shared with the World by Dr Mina Sotiriou

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UCL Reflect: Educational blogs from our community - Lucie-Hannah Grange-François [URL hyperlink to video file]
Creating an online exhibition by using the UCL Reflect blogging platform.

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UCL Reflect: Educational blogs from our community - Nephtali Marina-Gonzalez [URL hyperlink to video file]
Introducing a portfolio assessment activity in Medical Sciences via blogging, with UCL Reflect.

Shared with the World by Dr Mina Sotiriou

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JDI Open - Data sharing
JDI Open is an open science journal-club & peer-mentoring group at the UCL Jill Dando Institute of Security and Crime Science. Our bi-weekly seminars provide the opportunity for students and staff at the department to learn about open science and discuss ideas to implement open science practices in their research. We recorded our session on data sharing for those who couldn't make it.

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Meet the Researcher feedback literacy pilot student briefing
Short briefing document for students taking part in a pilot study to develop feedback literacy among students

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Meet the Researcher feedback literacy pilot researcher briefing
Short briefing document for staff taking part in a pilot study to develop feedback literacy among students.

Shared with the World by Dr Nicholas Grindle

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10. Week 4 (Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students)
‘Week 4’ information from the Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/464). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/onlineinfolit/.

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9. Week 3 (Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students)
‘Week 3’ information from the Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/464). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/onlineinfolit/.

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8. Week 2 (Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students)
‘Week 2’ information from the Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/464). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/onlineinfolit/.

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7. Week 1 (Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students)
‘Week 1’ information from the Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/464). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/onlineinfolit/.

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6. Week 0 (Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students)
‘Week 0’ information from the Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/464). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/onlineinfolit/.

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5. Course Readings (Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students)
‘Course Readings’ information from the Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/464). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/onlineinfolit/.

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4. Core IOE LibGuides (Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students)
‘Core IOE LibGuides’ information from the Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/464). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/onlineinfolit/.

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3. Course Structure (Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students)
‘Course Structure’ information from the Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/464). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/onlineinfolit/.

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2. About (Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students)
‘About’ information from the Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/464). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/onlineinfolit/.

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1. Welcome (Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students)
‘Welcome’ information from the Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/464). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/onlineinfolit/.

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Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students - full
This course focuses on the centrality of the literature review in the dissertation/thesis and aims to develop the information and digital literacy skills of students. The full collection of materials is found here: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/464/. The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/onlineinfolit.

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Information and Literature Searching for MPhil/PhD Students
This course focuses on the centrality of the literature review in the dissertation/thesis and aims to develop the information and digital literacy skills of students. The full collection of materials is found here: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/464.

Shared with the World by Nazlin Bhimani

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UCL Open Education flyer
Flyer detailing support options for the UCL Open Education project

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

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

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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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UCL Open Education Roadmap
This roadmap was written as part of the OE scoping study.

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Imperialism in the study of children’s toy preferences
This Wikibooks chapter was produced as part of the 2018-19 Issues in Interdisciplinarity module on the UCL BASc's Approaches to Knowledge module. It is an example of student-generated work from the course. The full Wikibooks chapter can be found at this location: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Issues_in_Interdisciplinarity_2018-19/Truth_in_the_Diagnosis_of_Depressionhttps://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Issues_in_Interdisciplinarity_2018-19/Imperialism_in_the_study_of_children%E2%80%99s_toy_preferences.

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Evidence in the Gender Pay Gap
This Wikibooks chapter was produced as part of the 2018-19 Issues in Interdisciplinarity module on the UCL BASc's Approaches to Knowledge module. It is an example of student-generated work from the course. The full Wikibooks chapter can be found at this location: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Issues_in_Interdisciplinarity_2018-19/Evidence_in_the_Gender_Pay_Gap.

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Wikibooks Assessment Instructions
These are instructions presented to students on the Issues in Interdisciplinarity module's Wikibook assessment.

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Disciplinary Categories and Their Effect on Gender Perception
This Wikibooks chapter was produced as part of the 2018-19 Issues in Interdisciplinarity module on the UCL BASc's Approaches to Knowledge module. It is an example of student-generated work from the course. The full Wikibooks chapter can be found at this location: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Issues_in_Interdisciplinarity_2018-19/Disciplinary_Categories_and_Their_Effect_On_Gender_Perception.

Shared with the World by James Everest

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Truth in the Diagnosis of Depression
This Wikibooks chapter was produced as part of the 2018-19 Issues in Interdisciplinarity module on the UCL BASc's Approaches to Knowledge module. It is an example of student-generated work from the course. The full Wikibooks chapter can be found at this location: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Issues_in_Interdisciplinarity_2018-19/Truth_in_the_Diagnosis_of_Depression.

Shared with the World by James Everest

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Issues in Interdisciplinarity 2018-19
This is a collection of the four best Wikibooks chapters produced by students on the UCL BASc Issues in Interdisciplinarity 2018-19 module, and includes the instructions and assessment rubric for the course.

Shared with the World by James Everest

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Wikibooks Assessment Rubric
This rubric provides assessment guidance to students on the Issues in Interdisciplinarity module's Wikibooks course.

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Keynote: A journey through OEP
This presentation provides a case study of how OER was used to teach students in medical sciences and how students created educational output through a medical sciences module. This was presented at #Learn 5.0 Open Education on 5 and 6 November 2018.

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Textbooks and Open Access publishing via UCL Press
This presentation provides a case study of how OER was used to teach students in medical sciences and how students created educational output through a medical sciences module. This was presented at #Learn 5.0 Open Education on 5 and 6 November 2018.

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Developing global citizens: Open Data as Open Educational Resources
This presentation is from the 'Opening UCL: An Afternoon Symposium on Open Education' event which was held at UCL on 13 March 2019.

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Open, networked, connected: Open educational practices for a connected curriculum
This presentation is from the 'Opening UCL: An Afternoon Symposium on Open Education' event which was held at UCL on 13 March 2019.

Shared with the World by UCL Open Education

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Open.Ed: Supporting Open Education at the University of Edinburgh
This presentation is from the 'Opening UCL: An Afternoon Symposium on Open Education' event which was held at UCL on 13 March 2019.

Shared with the World by UCL Open Education

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A student’s view of open education: The past, the present, and the future
This presentation is from the 'Opening UCL: An Afternoon Symposium on Open Education' event which was held at UCL on 13 March 2019.

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Open Education at UCL
This presentation is from the 'Opening UCL: An Afternoon Symposium on Open Education' event which was held at UCL on 13 March 2019.

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Introduction: Open Education as part of the Open Science agenda
This is the introductory presentation from the 'Opening UCL: An Afternoon Symposium on Open Education' event which was held at UCL on 13 March 2019.

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Opening UCL: OE symposium 2019 programme
This is the programme for the 'Opening UCL: An Afternoon Symposium on Open Education' event which was held at UCL on 13 March 2019. It was designed by the Communications Team within UCL Library Services.

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Opening UCL: An Afternoon Symposium on Open Education
This is a collection of the presentations and posters/flyers from the 'Opening UCL: An Afternoon Symposium on Open Education' event held at UCL on 13 March 2019.

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Opening UCL: OE symposium 2019 poster
This is a poster designed by the Communications Team within UCL Library Services to promote the 'Opening UCL: An Afternoon Symposium on Open Education' event which was held at UCL on 13 March 2019.

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Teaching Practice in Higher Education - full
This guide on teaching practice in higher education points to resources on good practice in teaching and learning in higher education. It is to be used in conjunction with the training provided by the UCL Arena Centre for Research-based Education (Arena Centre)) and by the sessions put out by Arena. If there are aspects of teaching and learning that are not covered in this guide, please let us know by sending a message to ioe.information-literacy@ucl.ac.uk. The full collection is found here: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/252. The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/heteaching.

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6. Open Access Content (Teaching Practice in Higher Education)
‘Open Access Content’ information from the Teaching Practice in Higher Education guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/252). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/heteaching.

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5. Topical Issues for Practitioners (Teaching Practice in Higher Education)
‘Topical Issues for Practitioners’ information from the Teaching Practice in Higher Education guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/252). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/heteaching.

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4. Current Journal Articles (Teaching Practice in Higher Education)
‘Current Journal Articles’ information from the Teaching Practice in Higher Education guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/252). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/heteaching.

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3. Journals (Teaching Practice in Higher Education)
‘Journals’ information from the Teaching Practice in Higher Education guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/252). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/heteaching.

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2. Education Databases (Teaching Practice in Higher Education)
‘Education Databases’ information from the Teaching Practice in Higher Education guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/252). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/heteaching.

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1. Home (Teaching Practice in Higher Education)
Introductory information from the Teaching Practice in Higher Education guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/252). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/heteaching.

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Teaching Practice in Higher Education
This guide on teaching practice in higher education points to resources on good practice in teaching and learning in higher education. It is to be used in conjunction with the training provided by the UCL Arena Centre for Research-based Education (Arena Centre)) and by the sessions put out by Arena. If there are aspects of teaching and learning that are not covered in this guide, please let us know by sending a message to ioe.information-literacy@ucl.ac.uk. The full collection is found here: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/252.

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Copyright including IPR
This guide provides information about copyright and IPR. The full resource is found at https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/281 and the IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/copyright. Please also see the UCL Library Services pages on IPR: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/library/ucl-copyright-advice.

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Literacy Attainment: Historical Resources - full
This guide provides an overview of the different kinds of resources available to track the expansion of elementary education through the voluntary sector at the start of the 19th century, the increasing involvement of the state in its funding and organisation, as well as the development of a professional knowledge base to support these activities. Over this period the resources for literacy teaching in use in schools changed, developing in tandem with the growth of the elementary sector and the specific pedagogic challenges it poses for teaching. The guide represents a selection of the historical resources used by Professor Gemma Moss (https://iris.ucl.ac.uk/iris/browse/profile?upi=PJGMO52) for her ESRC Fellowship on Literacy Attainment and Data Discourse (http://literacyattainmentdataanddiscourse.blogspot.com/). There are links to the Library's Special Collections (http://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/specialcollections) scattered throughout the guide as well as links to relevant resources held at Senate House, the University of London's main library. The URL link to the current live guide (to December 2018) is found here: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/literacyattainment.

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8. Research Project Blog (Literacy Attainment)
Information about the ‘Research Project Blog’ from the Literacy Attainment: Historical Resources guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/224). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/literacyattainment.

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7. Reading Pedagogy (Literacy Attainment)
Information about ‘Reading Pedagogy’ from the Literacy Attainment: Historical Resources guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/224). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/literacyattainment.

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6. The Revised Code (Literacy Attainment)
Information about ‘The Revised Code’ from the Literacy Attainment: Historical Resources guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/224). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/literacyattainment.

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5. Education Policy (Literacy Attainment)
Information about ‘Education Policy’ from the Literacy Attainment: Historical Resources guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/224). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/literacyattainment.

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4. Shaping Education (Literacy Attainment)
Information about ‘Shaping Education’ from the Literacy Attainment: Historical Resources guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/224). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/literacyattainment.

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3. Spreading the Word (Literacy Attainment)
Information about ‘Spreading the Word’ from the Literacy Attainment: Historical Resources guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/224). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/literacyattainment.

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2. Education Reform (Literacy Attainment)
Information about ‘Education Reform’ from the Literacy Attainment: Historical Resources guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/224). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/literacyattainment.

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1. Welcome (Literacy Attainment)
The 'Welcome' information from the Literacy Attainment: Historical Resources guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/224). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/literacyattainment.

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Literacy Attainment: Historial Resources
This guide provides an overview of the different kinds of resources available to track the expansion of elementary education through the voluntary sector at the start of the 19th century, the increasing involvement of the state in its funding and organisation, as well as the development of a professional knowledge base to support these activities. Over this period the resources for literacy teaching in use in schools changed, developing in tandem with the growth of the elementary sector and the specific pedagogic challenges it poses for teaching. The guide represents a selection of the historical resources used by Professor Gemma Moss (https://iris.ucl.ac.uk/iris/browse/profile?upi=PJGMO52) for her ESRC Fellowship on Literacy Attainment and Data Discourse (http://literacyattainmentdataanddiscourse.blogspot.com/). There are links to the Library's Special Collections (http://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/specialcollections) scattered throughout the guide as well as links to relevant resources held at Senate House, the University of London's main library. The URL link to the current live guide (to December 2018) is found here: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/literacyattainment.

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Understanding and using feedback effectively tutorial
Worksheet for students. Helps students to unpack, understand and use feedback more effectively.

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Using feedback effectively
Short presentation given to students that is aimed at helping them use feedback more effectively. Helps students to understand and make the most of feedback.

Shared with the World by Dr Andrew Williams

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Ian Coll, Mamuśka: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2014 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Ian Coll, Managing Director at Mamuśka speaks at the UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2014

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Social Enterprise Project of the Year 2010 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Social Enterprise Project of the Year 2010 awarded to Yasmin Grewal and Noor Alyassin from the UCL Refugee Project at the UCL Enterprise Awards 2010.

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Professor Owen Epstein: UCL Business Award 2007 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Business Award 2007 awarded to Professor Owen Epstein at the UCL Enterprise Awards 2008.

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UCL Business Award 2008 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Business Award 2008 awarded to Professor Gordon Bunn

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UCL Consultants Award 2008 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Consultants Award 2008 awarded to Prof Stefan Simons from the UCL Department of Chemical Engineering at the UCL Enterprise Awards 2008.

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UCL Bright Ideas Award 2008 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Bright Ideas Award 2008 awarded to Brad Backus of Audio3 at the UCL Enterprise Awards 2008

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UCL Bright Ideas Award 2009 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Bright Ideas Award 2009 awarded to NP Complete at the 2009 UCL Enterprise Awards.

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UCL Consultants Award 2010 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Consultants Award presented to Prof Tadj Oreszczyn from the UCL Energy Institute at the UCL Enterprise Awards 2010

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UCL Bright Ideas Award 2010 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Bright Ideas Award presented to Har-Preet Ahluwalia from 309 at the UCL Enterprise Awards 2010.

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UCL Bright Ideas Award 2008 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Bright Ideas Award 2008 awarded to UCL Carbon Auditors at the UCL Enterprise Awards 2008.

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Knowledge Transfer Partnership Award 2009 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Knowledge Transfer Partnership Award 2009 awarded to Paul Longley from the Camden Primary Care Trust at the UCL Enterprise Awards 2009.

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UCL Consultants Award 2009 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Consultants Award 2009 awarded to Spencer Chainey at the UCL Enterprise Awards 2009

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Abdul Rahim from Platinum Links: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Nov 13 2008. Guest speaker on this date was Abdul Rahim from Platinum Links.

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AAAS Steering - Innovation Central Bursary Award 2010 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Innovation Central Bursary Awards given to James Martin from AAAS Steering at the UCL Enterprise Awards 2010.

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UCL Bright Ideas Award 2010 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Bright Ideas Award presented to Martin Caparotta from The Sports Review at the UCL Enterprise Awards 2010.

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Provost's Spirit of Enterprise Award 2010 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Provost's Spirit of Enterprise Award presented to David Shima from UCL Opthalmology at the UCL Enterprise Awards 2010.

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UCL Business Award 2010 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Business Award 2010 awarded to Quentin Pankhurst from Endomagnetics at the UCL Enterprise Awards 2010.

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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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Brad Backus from Audio3, Alla Ouvarova from Two Chicks and Dan Brown from MegaNexus: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series October 30, 2008 featuring Dan Brown from MegaNexus, Alla Ouvarova co-founder of Two Chicks and Brad Backus founder of Audio3 who all talk about their experiences of starting their own companies and offer advice to budding entrepreneurs.

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Jason Kingdon from Searchspace: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2008 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series October 2, 2008 presented by Jason Kingdon, a UCL alumni who went on to form his own algorithm company called Searchspace. He talks about his experiences and lessons that he learned.

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Reece Howe, Kirkwood Care: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2013 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Reece Howe, Director of Kirkwood Care speaking at the Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2013 - 28th February 2013

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Jamie Murray Wells from Glasses Direct: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2009 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series October 29, 2009 featuring young business mentor Jamie Murray Wells founder of Glasses Direct who gives his advice on how to create a successful company and take on large rivals.

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Charlie Osmond from Fresh Minds: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series December 10th 2009 featuring Charlie Osmond co-founder of Fresh Minds online recruitment website. Charlie talks about why he set-up his own company and offers tips and advice to future entrepreneurs.

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Levi Roots from Reggae Reggae Sauce: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series November 5th 2009 featuring Dragons' Den star Levi Roots founder of Reggae Reggae Sauce who gives his advice on how to became a successful entrepreneur.

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Daniel Hume and Alastair Moore from Satalia: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series February 11th 2010 featuring Daniel Hume and Alastair Moore co-founders of Satalia a recently formed algorithm company. Daniel and Alastair talk about their experiences in becoming entrepreneurs and trying to make their business a success.

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Danvers Baillieu and Barry Vitou from Bootlaw: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series February 4th 2010 featuring Danvers Baillieu and Barry Vitou from Bootlaw, who are lawyers and offer legal advice to start-ups.

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Jake Hayman from The Social Investment Consultancy: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series March 18th 2010 featuring Jake Hayman from The Social Investment Consultancy who talks about how he set up his social enterprise business and offers advice to other entrepreneurs.

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Akbar de'Medici and Barrington Bent from Evexar Compression Advisory Ltd.: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series February 25th 2010 featuring Akbar de'Medici and Barrington Bent co-founders of Evexar Compression Advisory Ltd. who make compression socks that are used by athletes to prevent injuries. They talk about their experiences of entrepreneurship and offer their advice to budding entrepreneurs.

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Keith Day from Ubiquisys: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series January 28th 2010 featuring Keith Day from Ubiquisys. Keith tlaks about his experiences of being an entrepreneur and offers others his advice.

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David McMeekin from the Technology Fund: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series March 19, 2009 featuring David McMeekin from the Technology Fund, which provides investments to innovative technology based start-up companies. He offers his advice on how to attract this sort of investment. David McMeekin from the Technology Fund: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series

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Stephen Crampton from Swarm Systems: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series January 29 2009 featuring Stephen Crampton from Swarm Systems who is a serial entrepreneur in the field of technology. He offers his tips and advice on how to make a bootstrap company work.

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Tim Stonor from Space Syntax, Daniel Hume from NP Complete and Sally Broom from Yoursafeplanet.com: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series December 4, 2008 featuring a panel of entrepreneurs who are Tim Stonor, Daniel Hume and Sally Broom from Space Syntax, NP Complete and YourSafePlanet respectively. They talk about their experiences as entrepreneurs.

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Graham O'Keefe: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Spring 2010 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture - Graham O'Keefe Spring 2010. Graham talks about the Fundamentals of Venture Capital Backed Companies.

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Graham O'Keefe from Atlas Ventures: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series, November 20, 2008 featuring venture capitalist Graham O'Keefe from Atlas Ventures. Graham talsk about what venture capital firms look for in an investment and how they make a profit and other information to help entrepreneurs get funding.

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Richard Reed from Innocent: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series October 14th 2010 featuring Richard Reed from Innocent. Richard talks about how he first set up his company with his friends and became a successful and ethical business.

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Kes Thygsen and Dimitar Stoyanov from Inovaz: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series October 7th 2010 featuring Dimitar Stoyanov and Kes Thygsen from Inovaz talking about their experiences of setting up their new company and selling their new product OVIA, an online interviewing program.

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Alastair Lukies, Monetise: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2009 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2009 - Alastair Lukies, Monetise

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Sally Broom, Tripbod: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2010 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series October 21st 2010 featuring UCL alumnus Sally Broom, co-founder of Tripbod, an online travel agency with a difference. Sally talks about how she set up her own business and offers her advice to potential entrepreneurs.

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Brad Backus, Audio3: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series - Brad Backus, Audio3

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David Langer, GroupSpaces: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2010 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2010: David Langer, GroupSpaces

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Simon Barnes, Tate & Lyle Ventures: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2009 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2009: Simon Barnes, Tate & Lyle Ventures

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Elspeth Duxberry, Intelligent Space: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2009 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2009: Elspeth Duxberry, Intelligent Space

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Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2009: Peter Sinden, eAttorney [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2009: Peter Sinden, eAttorney

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Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2009: Ken Powell, Arrow Therapeutics [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2009: Ken Powell, Arrow Therapeutics

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Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2009: Lord Karan Bilimoria, Cobra Beer [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2009: Lord Karan Bilimoria, Cobra Beer

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Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2009: Peter Conlon, Ammado [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2009: Peter Conlon, Ammado

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Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2010: Robert Matthams, Shiply [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2010: Robert Matthams, Shiply

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UCL Bright Ideas Award 2011 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Bright Ideas Awards 2011 awarded to Brink at the 2011 UCL Awards for Enterprise.

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UCL Social Enterprise Project of the Year Award 2011 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Social Enterprise Project of the Year Award 2011 awarded to Bright Club at the UCL Enterprise Awards 2011.

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UCL Bright Ideas Award 2011 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Bright Ideas Award 2011 awarded to Learnbuddy at the 2011 UCL Awards for Enterprise.

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UCL Bright Ideas Award 2011 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Bright Ideas Award 2011 awarded to Literary Kitchen at the 2011 UCL Awards for Enterprise.

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UCL Business Award 2011 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Business Award 2011 awarded to Professor Mark Pepys at the 2011 UCL Awards for Enterprise.

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UCL Knowledge Transfer Partnership Award 2011 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Knowledge Transfer Partnership Award 2011 awarded to UCL Bartlett School of Graduate Studies and Max Fordham at the 2011 UCL Awards for Enterprise.

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UCL Provost's Spirit of Enterprise Award 2011 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Provost's Spirit of Enterprise Award 2011 awarded to David Chapman at the 2011 UCL Awards for Enterprise.

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TagChats: UCL Bright Ideas Award 2011 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Bright Ideas Award 2011 awarded to TagChats at the 2011 UCL Awards for Enterprise.

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Marta Fernandez, Arup: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2010 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2010: Marta Fernandez, Arup

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Tim Richards, Vue Entertainment: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2013 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Tim Richards, CEO of Vue Entertainment speaks at the UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2013 - 3rd October 2013 Drafts

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Simon Caufield, Nomis Solutions: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2010 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Simon Caufield, Nomis Solutions: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2010

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Rob Fitzpatrick, thestartuptoolkit.com: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2010 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2010: Rob Fitzpatrick, thestartuptoolkit.com

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Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2010: Paul Higgins, Fields Park Media Partners [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2010: Paul Higgins, Fields Park Media Partners

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Ed Freyfogel, Nestoria: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2010 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2010: Ed Freyfogel, Nestoria. Nestoria aggregates real estate listings from property portals and provides location-based search to Internet users. Results can be sorted by relevance, freshness, distance and type of property.

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Michael Ross, eCommera: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2010 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2010: Michael Ross, eCommera

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Sumit Rai, Kulu Valley Ltd: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2011 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Sumit founded Kulu Valley in 2002 to help businesses share important ideas and information more effectively by using engaging, interactive visual communications. He is responsible for developing Kulu Valley’s award-winning visual communications platform, which is now used by major corporations such as Deutsche Bank, Apple, RBS and City Wire to share breaking news, ideas and information with global audiences.

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UCL Awards for Enterprise 2012 - MiniManuscript [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Awards for Enterprise 2012 - MiniManuscript

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Christopher Lewis, Shift Swap: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2013 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Christopher Lewis, Founder of Shift Swap speaks at the UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2013 - 7th February 2013

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SnapScope: UCL Bright Ideas Awards 2012 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Bright Ideas Awards 2012 - SnapScope

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Shufflehub: UCL Bright Ideas Awards 2012 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Bright Ideas Awards 2012 - Shufflehub

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poq studio: UCL Bright Ideas Awards 2012 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Bright Ideas Awards 2012 - poq studio

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WindowsPhoneGeek: UCL Bright Ideas Awards 2012 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Bright Ideas Awards 2012 - WindowsPhoneGeek

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THIRSTPASS: UCL Bright Ideas Awards 2012 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Bright Ideas Awards 2012 - THIRSTPASS

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Dr Vanessa Diaz: UCL Consultants Award 2012 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Consultants Award 2012 awarded to Dr Vanessa Diaz at the 2012 UCL Awards for Enterprise.

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Professor Philip Treleaven: UCL Provost’s Spirit of Enterprise Award 2012 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Provost’s Spirit of Enterprise Award 2012 awarded to Professor Philip Treleaven at the 2012 UCL Awards for Enterprise.l

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Heritage Without Borders: UCL Social Enterprise Project of the Year 2012 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Heritage Without Borders - UCL Social Enterprise Project of the Year 2012, UCL Awards for Enterprise 2012

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Penny Power from ecademy [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series

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Ali Parsa from Circle [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series

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Nick Pelling, Nanodome: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Nick Pelling, Nanodome, Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series 24th November 2011

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Romain Eude, my-wardrobe.com: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture 2011/12: Romain Eude, CTO, my-wardrobe.com

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Andy Phillipps, Reevoo: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Andy Phillipps, Reevoo: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series 3rd November 2011

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Jan Senderek, Eeve: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Jan Senderek, Eeve: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series 27th October 2011

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Scott Allison, Teamly: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Scott Allison, Teamly: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series 20th October 2011

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Lara Morgan, company Shortcuts: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Lara Morgan, company Shortcuts: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]

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Phil Makinson, Kabbee: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Phil Makinson, Kabbee: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series 8th March 2012

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Nick Black, CloudMade: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Nick Black, CloudMade: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series

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Sarik Weber, Hanse Ventures: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Sarik Weber, Hanse Ventures: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series 3rd March 2011

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Richard Barkey, Imparta: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Richard Barkey, Imparta: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series February 2011

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Jogesh Limbani, Orange: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Jogesh Limbani, Orange: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series February 2011

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Stephen Crampton, Swarm Systems: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture [URL hyperlink to video file]
Stephen Crampton, Swarm Systems: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series January 20th 2011

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Penny Power, ecademy: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Penny Power, ecademy: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series February 2011

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Harol Koyama, IdaTech: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Harol Koyama, IdaTech: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series January 27th 2011

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Rob Fitzpatrick, Dex. io, UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series - October 4th, 2012. [URL hyperlink to video file]
Rob Fitzpatrick from Dex. io for the UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series on October 4th, 2012. Rob talks about the challenges of scaling a new business.

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Raoul Tawadey, ReadWave: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2013 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Raoul Tawadey, founder of ReadWaves speaks at the UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2013 - 24th January 2013

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Jo Goodson, Any Friend of Ours: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Jo Goodson from Any Friend of Ours for the Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series on October 11th, 2012. Jo talks about her corporate experience and financial options for entrepreneurs.

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Gordon McQuoid, Jobs in Network: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Gordon McQuoid from Job in Network for the Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series on October 25th, 2012. Gordon talks about his entrepreneurial motivations and the importance of networking.

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Inma Martinez, OPUS: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Inma Martinez from OPUS for the Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series on November 15th, 2012. Inma talks about small businesses and the assets required to succeed.

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Alex Macpherson, Octopusventures: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series 22nd November 2012 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Alex Macpherson from Octopus Ventures for the Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series on November 22nd, 2012.Alex talks about life as a venture capitalist and how to to attract investment.

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Jack Jackman, DRFP Holdings: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series November 1st, 2012 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Jack Jackman from DRFP Holdings for the Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series on November 1st, 2012. Jack talks about business models and entrepreneurial sustainability.

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Viktoras Jucikas, Yplan: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2013 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Viktoras Jucikas, Founder and CEO of Yplan speaks at the UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2013 - 17th January 2013

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Jon Bradford - Springboard: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Jon Bradford from Springboard for the Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series on December 6th, 2012.Jon talks about venture capital and the changing face of entrepreneurship.

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Professor Pete Coffey: UCL Business Award 2013 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Business Award 2013 awarded to Professor Pete Coffey at the 2013 UCL Awards for Enterprise.

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Professor Polina Bayvel: UCL Consultants Award 2013 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Consultants Award 2013 awarded to Professor Polina Bayvel at the 2013 UCL Awards for Enterprise.

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Mapping for Change: UCL Social Enterprise Project of the Year Award 2013 [URL hyperlink to video file]
UCL Social Enterprise Project of the Year Award 2013 awarded to Mapping for Change at the 2013 UCL Awards for Enterprise.

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Frank Smith: UCL Provost's Spirit of Enterprise Award 2013 (Winner) [URL hyperlink to video file]
Frank Smith: UCL Provost's Spirit of Enterprise Award 2013 (Nominee)

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Liz Rice, Tank Top Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2014 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Liz Rice, Founder of Tank Top TV speaks at the UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2014 - 30th January

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UCL Consultants Award 2014: Professor Gordon Blunn and Professor Alister Hart [URL hyperlink to video file]
Professor Gordon Blunn and Professor Alister Hart, winners of the UCL Consultants Award at the UCL Awards for Enterprise 2014

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Marcin Piatkowski, JAM Vehicles Ltd.: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2014 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Marcin Piatkowski, founder of JAM Vehicles Ltd. speaks at the UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2014 - 6th February

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Haje Jan Kamps, Triggertrap: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2014 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Haje Jan Kamps, CEO of Triggertrap speaks at the UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2014 - 13th February

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Giles Adams, 3rd Home: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2014 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Giles Adams, Partner and President of 3rd Home speaks at the UCL Entrepreneurship Guest

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UCL Social Enterprise Project of the Year 2014: In2scienceUK [URL hyperlink to video file]
In2scienceUK, winners of the UCL Social Enterprise Project of the Year Award at the UCL Awards for Enterprise 2014

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London Entrepreneurs’ Challenge Winner and UCL Bright Ideas Award 2014: Darwin Toolbox [URL hyperlink to video file]
Darwin Toolbox, winners of the London Entrepreneurs’ Challenge and a UCL Bright Ideas Award at the UCL Awards for Enterprise 2014

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UCL Entrepreneurial Alumnus of the Year 2014: Wayne Hemingway [URL hyperlink to video file]
Wayne Hemingway, winner of the UCL Entrepreneurial Alumnus of the Year Award at the UCL Awards for Enterprise 2014

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Michael Willmot, Knodium: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2014 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Michael Willmot, founder of Knodium speaks at the UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2014

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Haje Jan Kamps, Triggertrap: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2014 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Haje Jan Kamps, CEO of Triggertrap speaks at the UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2014

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Kelsey Ramsden, kelseyramsden.com: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2014 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Kelsey Ramsden, founder of kelseyramsden.com speaks at the UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2014

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David Raskino, Microsoft: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2014 [URL hyperlink to video file]
David Raskino from Microsoft speaks at the UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2014

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Rupert Scofield, President & CEO of FINCA - Entrepreneurship Guest Lectures Spring 2015 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Rupert Scofield, President & CEO of FINCA speaks at the UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2015

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Fiona Cruickshank, SCM Pharma: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2015 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Fiona Cruickshank OBE speaks at the UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Spring 2015

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Rishi Khosla, CEO and co-founder of OakNorth Bank: Entrepreneurship Guest Lectures Autumn 2015 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Rishi Khosla, CEO and co-founder of 
OakNorth Bank speaks at the UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2015.

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mHealth Conference Session 3 Panel Discussion [URL hyperlink to video file]
mhealth Session 3 Panel Discussion

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Sandeep Ghosh - mHealth Conference Day 1 Afternoon Sessions 2015 [URL hyperlink to video file]
mHealth Conference Day 1 Afternoon Sessions 2015

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Daniel Strachan - mHealth Conference Day 1 Afternoon Sessions 2015 [URL hyperlink to video file]
mHealth Conference Day 1 Afternoon Sessions 2015

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Laurence Kemball-Cook, founder and CEO of Pavegen Systems Ltd. - Entrepreneurship Guest Lectures Autumn 2015 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Laurence Kemball-Cook, founder and CEO of Pavegen Systems Ltd. speaks at the UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2015.

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Michael Liebreich, Bloomberg New Energy Finance: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2015 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Michael Liebreich, Chief Executive Officer of Bloomberg New Energy Finance speaks at the UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2015

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Patrick O'Flaherty, Co-Founder and CEO of Volpit - Entrepreneurship Guest Lectures Autumn 2015 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Patrick O'Flaherty, co-founder and CEO of Volpit speaks at the UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2015.

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Joyce and Raissa of Double Dutch: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2015 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Joyce and Raissa, founders of Double Dutch Drinks speak at the UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series Autumn 2015.

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Global Citizenship Programme – Social Start-up [URL hyperlink to video file]
Work in interdisciplinary teams to gain experience of building a social start-up and taking on global challenges in this intensive two-week programme.

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UCL Bright Ideas Challenge (Phase 1) [URL hyperlink to video file]
Starting from more than 200 student, staff and recent graduate sign ups Phase 1 of the UCL Bright Ideas Challenge came to a close following two extraordinary days of business idea pitches.

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Ulexite
Ulexite is a naturally occurring mineral with an unusual optical property. The internal fibrous structure of the rock act as naturally occurring optical fibres, transmitting light along their lengths by internal reflection. When a piece of ulexite is cut perpendicular to the orientation of the fibres and polished, it will display an image of whatever surface is adjacent to its other side. This optical property is common for synthetic fibres, but not in minerals. This strange behaviour makes the surface of the rock appear like a screen with the image of what is beneath the rock, projected onto the surface, giving rise to the material’s nick name of ‘TV rock’. Explore ulexite on the Institute of Making website: https://www.instituteofmaking.org.uk/materials-library/material/ulexite.

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Shape memory actuator
This metallic wire shaped in a form of a spring is made of a special alloy of nickel and titanium (commonly termed a shape memory alloy) that is able to contract 4% or more when heated and then return to its original shape when cooling. This material’s ability to contract upon heating makes it useful in mechanical devices where heat, which is usually precisely delivered through an electric current, is used to generate some kind of motion. Shape memory actuators (SMA) are found in a wide variety of applications, from medical devices (portable insulin pumps) to computers and vending machines. Explore shape memory actuators on the Institute of Making website: https://www.instituteofmaking.org.uk/materials-library/material/shape-memory-actuator.

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Natural rubber
When a rubber tree is tapped, a white liquid called latex bleeds from a fresh cut in the bark, the major constituent of which is a small carbon based molecule called isoprene. As the latex dries, the isoprene molecules begin to bind to one another and form long chains called polyisoprene. The long chains are intertwined and entangled, and they are quite happy to sit coiled up together due to an electrostatic attraction between them. When rubber is stretched, the individual polymer chains are stretched and line-up, and the order of the molecules is increased. This means that the entropy of the system is decreased and represents the force you feel in the rubber. When the rubber is released, all the chains pull back because this increases the entropy of the system. Explore natural rubber on the Institute of Making website: https://www.instituteofmaking.org.uk/materials-library/material/natural-rubber.

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Aerogel
This is a rare sample of silica aerogel which is essentially a glass foam whose nano-structure contains up to 99.8% air, making it the world's lightest solid. It was made by Steve M. Jones, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory as part of the Stardust research project, which involved sending a spacecraft containing a large piece of aerogel on a close approach to the comet Wild 2 in order to collect space-dust. What made aerogel ideal for the mission was that, this ultra fine foam can gradually decelerate and capture dust particles in pristine condition. The process of then sifting through the aerogel, micron by micron, to identify and collect the space-dust was the world’s largest collaborative microscopy activity. The material appears to be much more invisible than glass despite being less transparent for there is no hint of reflection on its surfaces, giving it the appearance of not being fully solid. Its azure colour is not due to any pigmentation, but is caused by the same phenomenon that gives colour to our Earth's atmosphere, namely Raleigh scattering of light. In other words, it is blue for the same reasons that the sky is blue. Explore aerogel on the Institute of Making website: https://www.instituteofmaking.org.uk/materials-library/material/aerogel.

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HDPE plastic waste
This slightly green tinted blob is a sample of extruded high-density polyethylene (HDPE) that is produced during the recycling process. HDPE is a type of polymer that is now commonly recycled and is used predominantly in the making of plastic bottles. Bottles arrive at the recycling plant and are passed through a giant shredder that chops them up to produce flakes of plastic. The flakes are then passed through a colour sorter to separate out dyed and non-dyed plastics. The white flakes are then heated to temperatures of over 200°C, which turns them into a molten form and eliminates any contamination. The molten plastic is then extruded, filtered, cut into small pellets, and cooled. These pellets are then sold on to make new food-containers and bottles of various recycled content (commonly between 25% and 50%). It is during this final extrusion process where waste material, such as this sample, is excreted out of the extrusion machine, spilling out onto the factory floor. These blobs of plastic, initially very warm to the touch, are collected and sold on for use within non-food safe grade recycled products. The reason that this blob has a slightly green colour to it is that occasionally a coloured flake makes it through into the white flakes pile. The most common colour of plastic is green, so the resultant white can often take on a slight green tinge. In order to reduce the greening effect of the white recycled plastic, the amount of green dye in British semi-skinned milk bottle lids has now been reduced. Explore HDPE plastic waste on the Institute of Making website: https://www.instituteofmaking.org.uk/materials-library/material/hdpe-plastic-waste.

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Aluminium nitride wafer
This thin fragile tile of ceramic material conducts the heat from your hand efficiently enough to cut through ice as if it were butter. Heat generated by the fingers is gathered from the two sides of the tile and conducted towards its edges, meaning that when an edge is placed against ice, the concentrated body heat melts the ice away. It is the speed of the conduction of heat that marks this ceramic out as a high performance material. If you hold it carefully between thumb and forefinger and then touch the edge onto you lip you will feel the rapid conduction of heat. Although the existence of this substance has been known of since 1862, it was not developed as a commercial product until the 1980s when its potential for use in electronics was recognised. Even then, early versions of this material were inconsistent. Although its performance has been greatly improved by technologists, its uses have thus far been fairly limited, largely to electronic and military applications, perhaps as a result of its high cost. Explore aluminium nitride wafer on the Institute of Making website: https://www.instituteofmaking.org.uk/materials-library/material/aluminium-nitride-wafer.

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Fibrous stainless steel
These super fine wisps of grey fluff are in fact tiny filaments of stainless steel. Each strand is around a 10th of the thickness of a human hair and make for form of steel like no other – one that is soft and able to be spun into yarns and woven into cloth. If you hold a magnet against the fibres you can see each little hair rise and fall. It still has the weight of steel and is for some a skin irritant as the super fine fibres can tickle. The fibres can be combined with other materials to produce a variety of effects like embedded conductivity and structural reinforcement. Explore fibrous stainless steel on the Institute of Making website: https://www.instituteofmaking.org.uk/materials-library/material/fibrous-stainless-steel.

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Uranium glass bowl
This glass bowl is made from sand containing uranium, which not only gives the glass its characteristic green colour, but makes it radioactive and strongly fluorescent. Uranium has long been used as a glass colourant, dating back to the first century AD. Uranium glassware was very popular in the early 20th century; however, production was curtailed when countries started conserving uranium supplies when the world entered the nuclear age during the Second World War. The rim of this particular bowl, which dates from around 1950 and comes from Australia, has been whitened by exposure to mercury. Explore uranium glass on the Institute of Making website: https://www.instituteofmaking.org.uk/materials-library/material/uranium-glass-bowl.

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Ferro Fluid
On first inspection ferro fluid is easily mistakable for oil, given its dark colouration and ability to flow. But when placed in a magnetic field, it becomes a gel and forms complex geometrical patterns that reflect the magnetic field lines. These rippling, intricate geometries take shape because ferro fluid is composed of 1) a liquid - typically an oil – which allows it to flow when there is no magnetic field, and 2) nanoparticles of iron oxide that align with a magnetic field to restrain the fluid flow. Ferro fluid is a mixture of solid and liquid using an emulsifier to ensure they mix together perfectly to achieve this unusual material behaviour. Ferro fluid was developed in collaboration with NASA in the 1960s to address the issue of moving fuels in zero gravity. Today it’s used in lubricants, as a seal in hard disks, and car suspensions. Ferro fluid also has a strong following of artists who apply its unique properties to generate unique shapes in their work. Explore ferro fluid on the Institute of Making website: https://www.instituteofmaking.org.uk/materials-library/material/ferro-fluid.

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Ridged aluminium honeycomb
Aluminium honeycomb structures can take many different forms – from regular hexagons, to partially compressed diamonds, to elongated, reinforced shapes. Mimicking the geometry of natural honeycomb, these widely varied structures all have one common feature - an array of hollow cells between two thin vertical walls. The combination of strong side panels with light-weight honeycomb core, commonly referred to as sandwich construction, makes for a very solid form through the use of minimal material. With a high strength-to-weight ratio and minimal density honeycomb structures exhibit structural integrity as well as insulative qualities. By increasing the depth, such as this sample, one can increase structural strength along the shape’s Y plane, but if compressed along the X plane this shape will easily deform due to its thin walls. Aluminium honeycomb is widely used throughout aerospace applications (including aircraft and rockets), as well as within architectural applications. But it can also be found in everyday products like packaging material and cardboard. Explore ridged aluminium honeycomb on the Institute of Making website: https://www.instituteofmaking.org.uk/materials-library/material/ridged-aluminium-honeycomb.

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Self-healing concrete
In the future we may be surrounded by concrete structures, which are able to self-heal cracks in their structure, with special bacteria doing the job for us. Tiny cracks in concrete do not necessarily affect structural integrity in the short term, but they do allow water and other chemicals to seep into the structure, which may cause big problems over time. Self-healing concrete has dormant bacteria and a food source (starch) embedded in the concrete. When a crack appears in the concrete, water seeps in and reactivates the bacteria. After they awaken, the bacteria eat their packed lunch and then conveniently excrete calcite, which heals the crack. The bacteria can survive dormant in the material for 50 years. Explore self-healing concrete on the Institute of Making website: https://www.instituteofmaking.org.uk/materials-library/material/self-healing-concrete.

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Virtual Educational Resource for the Biosciences (VERB) - Eutherians
VERB is an online animal diversity resource designed to accompany undergraduate degrees in the Biosciences. In this package, entitled VERB Eutherians, the groups discussed are the living placental mammals. Contained are a series of web pages outlining the diversity of the eutherians from an evolutionary perspective. The topics of focus are phylogeny (evolutionary history) and functional anatomy, but subjects as wide as genetics, ecology, physiology, and developmental biology are discussed where relevant. This file is provided as na .elp file, allowing modification in eXe content packaging software, in addition to subsequent packaging in the desired format (e.g., IMS Content Package, Web Pages).

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Vertebrate Diversity study pack (full)
The following web-book contains a series of information chapters broadly outlining the diversity of living vertebrates, with a few notes on their fossil relatives. Below is a collage of specimens from UCL's Grant Museum of Zoology illustrating the wide diversity covered in this web-book – from jawless vertebrates, sharks, and ray-finned fishes, to amphibians, reptiles, and mammals. To download this resource as a single file, see the collection page: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/204. Also see the related resource Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution study pack here: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/195. Disclaimer: 'Vertebrate Diversity' was originally designed by UCL staff as an internal teaching resource. The subsequent release of 'Vertebrate Diversity' as an OER means that any changes to the product received relative to the original content may not reflect the desires of UCL teaching staff, or the original quality of the resource. CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 International Licence: 'Vertebrate Diversity' has been released as an open educational resource (OER) on a Creative Commons 'Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike' license. This means that once downloaded, content can be modified and improved to complement a particular course. This requires, however, that improvements are recycled back into the OER community, and full attribution is made to UCL. All content present at the time of download must be accordingly credited and, in turn, novel content must be appropriately licensed. For more information, please refer to the license deed by visiting: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/legalcode.

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11. Synapsids (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

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10. Birds (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

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9. Crocodilians (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

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8. Squamata (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

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7. Rhynchocephalians (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

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6. Turtles (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

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5. Amphibians (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

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4. Lobe-finned Fishes (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

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3. Ray-finned Fishes (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

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2. Chondrichthyes (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

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1. Lamphreys (Vertebrate Diversity study pack)
This chapter is part of the Vertebrate Diversity study pack. The full collection is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/204/.

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Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution study pack (full)
This resource is designed to familiarise you with the structure, diversity and evolutionary history of vertebrates through analysing images of specimens held at UCL’s Grant Museum of Zoology. It contains seven chapters: an introduction to vertebrate diversity, Fishes, the fish-tetrapod transition, Amphibians and Amniotes, Lepidosaurs and Chelonians, Archosaurs, and Birds and flight. All images have accompanying text, including information about the specimen plus hints about what to look for and the questions to consider when analysing the images. Please note that this resource does not look at mammals in detail – instead, this fascinating group are given a more thorough treatment in another Object Based Learning for Higher Education (OBL4HE) resource entitled ‘Vertebrate Diversity’ and the Virtual Educational Resource for the Biosciences (VERB) resource ‘Eutherians’. • Verb Diversity: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/204. • Eutherians (VERB): https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/210. Scalebars are provided throughout (except for models). Please note that there are two different scale bars used, one with 1cm divisions and one with 0.5cm divisions. Multiple images of specimens are provided to try to illustrate the various anatomical features. However, please note that the limitations of photography (especially for specimens in cases or bottles) means that some distortion may occur or parts may be concealed or generally hard to determine. To download this resource in its entirety, see the resource's collection page: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/195/. Disclaimer: 'Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution' was originally designed by UCL staff as an internal teaching resource. The subsequent release of 'Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution' as an OER means that any changes to the product received relative to the original content may not reflect the desires of UCL teaching staff, or the original quality of the resource. CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 International Licence: 'Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution' has been released as an open educational resource (OER) on a Creative Commons 'Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike' license. This means that once downloaded, content can be modified and improved to complement a particular course. This requires, however, that improvements are recycled back into the OER community, and full attribution is made to UCL. All content present at the time of download must be accordingly credited and, in turn, novel content must be appropriately licensed. For more information, please refer to the license deed by visiting: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/legalcode.

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Chapter 6: Archosaurs (Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution study pack)
This chapter will look at archosaurs. As you look at the various specimens, focus on the fenestration of the skull.

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Chapter 5: Lepidosaurs and Chelonians (Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution study pack)
This chapter will look at lepidosaurs and Chelonians. When you look at the various specimens, focus on the femestration of the skulls, and their kinetic joints [if present].

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Chapter 4: Amphibians & Amniotes (Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution study pack)
This chapter allows you to take a second look at some of the early tetrapods (temnospondyls, baphetids, nectrideans etc.), and introduces you to the modern amphibians and some amniotes. The chapter includes some extant material, especially frogs, salamanders and turtles.

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Chapter 3: The fish-tetrapod transition (Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution study pack)
This chapter examines the lobe-finned fish and some early tetrapods.

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Chapter 2: Fishes (Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution study pack)
This chapter will introduce you to various early vertebrates and fish. In particular, it covers some jawless forms, acanthodians, placoderms, sharks and rays, and several ray-finned fish. It is not essential that you look at the specimens in any particular order.

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Chapter 1: Vertebrate Structure (Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution study pack)
This chapter will introduce you to the structure and diversity of various vertebrates.

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DPAC - Step 4.14 Conclusions [URL hyperlink to video file]
Step 4.14 Conclusions / Development and Planning in African Cities free online course (https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/african-cities/)

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DPAC - Step 4.9 Infrastructure in Freetown [URL hyperlink to video file]
Step 4.9 Infrastructure in Freetown / Development and Planning in African Cities free online course (https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/african-cities/)

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DPAC - Step 4.4 Urban risk in Freetown [URL hyperlink to video file]
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DPAC - Step 4.2 Urban risk in African cities [URL hyperlink to video file]
Step 4.2 Urban risk in African cities / Development and Planning in African Cities free online course (https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/african-cities/)

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DPAC - Step 3.9 Participatory planning: self-organising through the Federation of the Urban and Rural Poor [URL hyperlink to video file]
Step 3.9 Participatory planning: self-organising through the Federation of the Urban and Rural Poor / Development and Planning in African Cities free online course (https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/african-cities/)

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DPAC - Step 3.8 Participatory planning: women's saving group [URL hyperlink to video file]
Step 3.8 Participatory planning: women's saving group / Development and Planning in African Cities free online course (https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/african-cities/)

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DPAC - Step 3.7 Participatory planning in Freetown's informal settlements [URL hyperlink to video file]
Step 3.7 Participatory planning in Freetown's informal settlements / Development and Planning in African Cities free online course (https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/african-cities/)

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DPAC - Step 3.6 Participatory planning in African cities [URL hyperlink to video file]
Step 3.6 Participatory planning in African cities / Development and Planning in African Cities free online course (https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/african-cities/)

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DPAC - Step 3.5 Urban governance in Freetown [URL hyperlink to video file]
Step 3.5 Urban governance in Freetown / Development and Planning in African Cities free online course (https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/african-cities/)

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DPAC - Step 2.15 How insecurity and eviction threats affect people's capacities [URL hyperlink to video file]
Step 2.15 How insecurity and eviction threats affect people's capacities / Development and Planning in African Cities free online course (https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/african-cities/)

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DPAC - Step 2.14 Perspectives from informal settlement residents [URL hyperlink to video file]
Step 2.14 Perspectives from informal settlement residents / Development and Planning in African Cities free online course (https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/african-cities/)

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DPAC - Step 2.13 Informality, recognition and tax [URL hyperlink to video file]
Step 2.13 Informality, recognition and tax / Development and Planning in African Cities free online course (https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/african-cities/)

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DPAC - Step 2.11 Freetown's formal and informal economic activities [URL hyperlink to video file]
Step 2.11 Freetown's formal and informal economic activities / Development and Planning in African Cities free online course (https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/african-cities/)

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DPAC - Step 2.4 The challenges of urban land in Freetown [URL hyperlink to video file]
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DPAC - Step 2.5 Producing land in Freetown's coastal settlements [URL hyperlink to video file]
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DPAC - Step 2.2 Urban land in African cities [URL hyperlink to video file]
Step 2.2 Urban land in African cities / Development and Planning in African Cities free online course (https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/african-cities/)

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DPAC - Step 1.11 Social diversity [URL hyperlink to video file]
Step 1.11 Social diversity / Development and Planning in African Cities free online course (https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/african-cities/)

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DPAC - Step 1.9 Urban growth in Africa and Freetown [URL hyperlink to video file]
Step 1.9 Urban growth in Africa and Freetown / Development and Planning in African Cities free online course (https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/african-cities/)

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DPAC - Step 1.13 Spatial justice in Portee-Rokupa [URL hyperlink to video file]
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DPAC - Step 1.1 Welcome to the course [URL hyperlink to video file]
Step 1.1 Welcome to the course / Development and Planning in African Cities free online course (https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/african-cities/)

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BASc dissertation handbook 2018-2019
Guidelines for BASc final year dissertation including issues such as ethics and data protection, and marking rubrics for first and second markers. Third-party content statement: Image on cover © UCL Special Collections

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#LearnHack 5.0 Open Education at UCL
This collection features presentations given during the #LearnHack 5.0 Open Education event which was held at UCL on 5 and 6 November 2018.

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#LearnHack 5.0 programme information
This document provides an overview of the #LearnHack 5.0 event which was held at UCL on 5 and 6 November 2018.

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Man: A Course of Study (MACOS) - full
Man: A Course of Study (commonly referred to by the acronym MACOS or M.A.C.O.S.) is an American humanities curriculum project based on the theories of Jerome Bruner. Bruner believed that it was possible to teach children to be more humane and eliminate racism and ethnocentrism by studying another culture closely. This guide provides information about the project, the context and the controversy surrounding it. It also includes useful links to websites and resources on MACOS held at the Newsam Library. The bibliography at the end of the guide is a list of articles and reports on the MACOS project which has been obtained from a search on the database ERIC. The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/macos.

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5. Audio and Visual Materials (MACOS)
‘Audio and Visual Materials’ information from the Man: A Course of Study (MACOS) guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/233). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/macos.

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4. Printed materials (MACOS)
‘Printed Materials’ information from the Man: A Course of Study (MACOS) guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/233). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/macos.

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3. The Controversy (MACOS)
‘The Controversy’ information from the Man: A Course of Study (MACOS) guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/233). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/macos.

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2. Context (MACOS)
‘Context’ information from the Man: A Course of Study (MACOS) guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/233). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/macos.

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1. Welcome (MACOS)
‘Welcome’ information from the Man: A Course of Study (MACOS) guide (found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/233). The IOE LibGuide is found at: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/macos.

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Y1/2 Independent Read
The books in the Children’s Book Corner cannot be borrowed, but loan copies of these titles are available in the Curriculum Resources collection. Please ask a member of staff if you have difficulty finding what you need. Full resource information is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/259 and the link to the LibGuide is: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/childrensbookcorner.

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Early Years/Foundation Stage Read Aloud
The books in the Children’s Book Corner cannot be borrowed, but loan copies of these titles are available in the Curriculum Resources collection. Please ask a member of staff if you have difficulty finding what you need. Full resource information is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/259 and the link to the LibGuide is: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/childrensbookcorner.

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Y1/2 Read Aloud
The books in the Children’s Book Corner cannot be borrowed, but loan copies of these titles are available in the Curriculum Resources collection. Please ask a member of staff if you have difficulty finding what you need. Full resource information is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/259 and the link to the LibGuide is: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/childrensbookcorner.

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Early Years/Foundation Stage Independent Read
The books in the Children’s Book Corner cannot be borrowed, but loan copies of these titles are available in the Curriculum Resources collection. Please ask a member of staff if you have difficulty finding what you need. Full resource information is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/259 and the link to the LibGuide is: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/childrensbookcorner.

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Y3/4 Read Aloud
The books in the Children’s Book Corner cannot be borrowed, but loan copies of these titles are available in the Curriculum Resources collection. Please ask a member of staff if you have difficulty finding what you need. Full resource information is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/259 and the link to the LibGuide is: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/childrensbookcorner.

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Y3/4 Independent Read
The books in the Children’s Book Corner cannot be borrowed, but loan copies of these titles are available in the Curriculum Resources collection. Please ask a member of staff if you have difficulty finding what you need. Full resource information is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/259 and the link to the LibGuide is: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/childrensbookcorner.

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Y5/6 Read Aloud
The books in the Children’s Book Corner cannot be borrowed, but loan copies of these titles are available in the Curriculum Resources collection. Please ask a member of staff if you have difficulty finding what you need. Full resource information is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/259 and the link to the LibGuide is: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/childrensbookcorner.

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Y5/6 Independent Read
The books in the Children’s Book Corner cannot be borrowed, but loan copies of these titles are available in the Curriculum Resources collection. Please ask a member of staff if you have difficulty finding what you need. Full resource information is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/259 and the link to the LibGuide is: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/childrensbookcorner.

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Author Focus EYFS Emily Gravett
The books in the Children’s Book Corner cannot be borrowed, but loan copies of these titles are available in the Curriculum Resources collection. Please ask a member of staff if you have difficulty finding what you need. Full resource information is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/259 and the link to the LibGuide is: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/childrensbookcorner.

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Author Focus EYFS Oliver Jeffers
The books in the Children’s Book Corner cannot be borrowed, but loan copies of these titles are available in the Curriculum Resources collection. Please ask a member of staff if you have difficulty finding what you need. Full resource information is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/259 and the link to the LibGuide is: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/childrensbookcorner.

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Author Focus EYFS Catherine Rayner
The books in the Children’s Book Corner cannot be borrowed, but loan copies of these titles are available in the Curriculum Resources collection. Please ask a member of staff if you have difficulty finding what you need. Full resource information is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/259 and the link to the LibGuide is: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/childrensbookcorner.

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Author Focus Y1/2 Alexis Deacon
The books in the Children’s Book Corner cannot be borrowed, but loan copies of these titles are available in the Curriculum Resources collection. Please ask a member of staff if you have difficulty finding what you need. Full resource information is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/259 and the link to the LibGuide is: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/childrensbookcorner.

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Author Focus Y1/2 Julia Donaldson
The books in the Children’s Book Corner cannot be borrowed, but loan copies of these titles are available in the Curriculum Resources collection. Please ask a member of staff if you have difficulty finding what you need. Full resource information is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/259 and the link to the LibGuide is: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/childrensbookcorner.

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Author Focus Y1/2 Mini Grey
The books in the Children’s Book Corner cannot be borrowed, but loan copies of these titles are available in the Curriculum Resources collection. Please ask a member of staff if you have difficulty finding what you need. Full resource information is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/259 and the link to the LibGuide is: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/childrensbookcorner.

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Author Focus Y3/4 Kate DiCamillo
The books in the Children’s Book Corner cannot be borrowed, but loan copies of these titles are available in the Curriculum Resources collection. Please ask a member of staff if you have difficulty finding what you need. Full resource information is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/259 and the link to the LibGuide is: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/childrensbookcorner.

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Author Focus Y3/4 Anthony Browne
The books in the Children’s Book Corner cannot be borrowed, but loan copies of these titles are available in the Curriculum Resources collection. Please ask a member of staff if you have difficulty finding what you need. Full resource information is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/259 and the link to the LibGuide is: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/childrensbookcorner.

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Author Focus Y5/6 Elizabeth Laird
The books in the Children’s Book Corner cannot be borrowed, but loan copies of these titles are available in the Curriculum Resources collection. Please ask a member of staff if you have difficulty finding what you need. Full resource information is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/259 and the link to the LibGuide is: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/childrensbookcorner.

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Author Focus Y5/6 Shaun Tan
The books in the Children’s Book Corner cannot be borrowed, but loan copies of these titles are available in the Curriculum Resources collection. Please ask a member of staff if you have difficulty finding what you need. Full resource information is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/259 and the link to the LibGuide is: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/childrensbookcorner.

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Author Focus Y5/6 David Almond
The books in the Children’s Book Corner cannot be borrowed, but loan copies of these titles are available in the Curriculum Resources collection. Please ask a member of staff if you have difficulty finding what you need. Full resource information is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/259 and the link to the LibGuide is: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/childrensbookcorner.

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Author Focus Y3/4 Eva Ibbotson
The books in the Children’s Book Corner cannot be borrowed, but loan copies of these titles are available in the Curriculum Resources collection. Please ask a member of staff if you have difficulty finding what you need. Full resource information is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/259 and the link to the LibGuide is: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/childrensbookcorner.

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Children's Book Corner
The Children's Book Corner is a collaborative project between the PGCE Primary English team and the UCL IOE Library. It aims to: Expand students' knowledge of children's literature; Provide guidance in selecting books for class focuses and as 'read alouds'; Indicate the wide range of books which should be available for children in the primary and early years classroom, and; Demonstrate the importance of the teacher's role in promoting reading for pleasure. The area includes a model book corner which gives some ideas for how books might be displayed in a classroom setting. The books on display will change through the academic year. Full resource information is found at: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/259 and the link to the LibGuide is: https://libguides.ioe.ac.uk/childrensbookcorner.

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Man: A Course of Study (MACOS)
Man: A Course of Study (commonly referred to by the acronym MACOS or M.A.C.O.S.) is an American humanities curriculum project based on the theories of Jerome Bruner. Bruner believed that it was possible to teach children to be more humane and eliminate racism and ethnocentrism by studying another culture closely. This guide provides information about the project, the context and the controversy surrounding it. It also includes useful links to websites and resources on MACOS held at the Newsam Library. The bibliography at the end of the guide is a list of articles and reports on the MACOS project which has been obtained from a search on the database ERIC.

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Virtual Educational Resource for the Biosciences (VERB) resource ‘Eutherians’
VERB is an online animal diversity resource designed to accompany undergraduate degrees in the Biosciences. In this package, entitled VERB Eutherians, the groups discussed are the living placental mammals. Contained are a series of web pages outlining the diversity of the eutherians from an evolutionary perspective. The topics of focus are phylogeny (evolutionary history) and functional anatomy, but subjects as wide as genetics, ecology, physiology, and developmental biology are discussed where relevant. This file is provided as na .elp file, allowing modification in eXe content packaging software, in addition to subsequent packaging in the desired format (e.g., IMS Content Package, Web Pages).

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Assessor’s guide to providing quality feedback
Feedback support

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Vertebrate Diversity study pack
The following web-book contains a series of information chapters broadly outlining the diversity of living vertebrates, with a few notes on their fossil relatives. Below is a collage of specimens from UCL's Grant Museum of Zoology illustrating the wide diversity covered in this web-book – from jawless vertebrates, sharks, and ray-finned fishes, to amphibians, reptiles, and mammals. To download this resource as a single file, see the collection page: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/204. Also see the related resource Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution study pack here: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/195. Disclaimer: 'Vertebrate Diversity' was originally designed by UCL staff as an internal teaching resource. The subsequent release of 'Vertebrate Diversity' as an OER means that any changes to the product received relative to the original content may not reflect the desires of UCL teaching staff, or the original quality of the resource. CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 International Licence: 'Vertebrate Diversity' has been released as an open educational resource (OER) on a Creative Commons 'Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike' license. This means that once downloaded, content can be modified and improved to complement a particular course. This requires, however, that improvements are recycled back into the OER community, and full attribution is made to UCL. All content present at the time of download must be accordingly credited and, in turn, novel content must be appropriately licensed. For more information, please refer to the license deed by visiting: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/legalcode.

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Chapter 7: Birds and flight (Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution study pack)
This chapter will look at the anatomy of birds, especially with regard to the structure of their skulls and locomotor systems. Some non-birds are also included for revision and comparison.

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Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution study pack
This resource is designed to familiarise you with the structure, diversity and evolutionary history of vertebrates through analysing images of specimens held at UCL’s Grant Museum of Zoology. It contains seven chapters: an introduction to vertebrate diversity, Fishes, the fish-tetrapod transition, Amphibians and Amniotes, Lepidosaurs and Chelonians, Archosaurs, and Birds and flight. All images have accompanying text, including information about the specimen plus hints about what to look for and the questions to consider when analysing the images. Please note that this resource does not look at mammals in detail – instead, this fascinating group are given a more thorough treatment in another Object Based Learning for Higher Education (OBL4HE) resource entitled ‘Vertebrate Diversity’ and the Virtual Educational Resource for the Biosciences (VERB) resource ‘Eutherians’, both of which can be found on JORUM by searching for the key words OBL4HE and VERB respectively. Scalebars are provided throughout (except for models). Please note that there are two different scale bars used, one with 1cm divisions and one with 0.5cm divisions. Multiple images of specimens are provided to try to illustrate the various anatomical features. However, please note that the limitations of photography (especially for specimens in cases or bottles) means that some distortion may occur or parts may be concealed or generally hard to determine. To download this resource in its entirety, see the resource's collection page: https://open-education-repository.ucl.ac.uk/195/. Disclaimer: 'Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution' was originally designed by UCL staff as an internal teaching resource. The subsequent release of 'Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution' as an OER means that any changes to the product received relative to the original content may not reflect the desires of UCL teaching staff, or the original quality of the resource. CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 International Licence: 'Vertebrate Palaeontology and Evolution' has been released as an open educational resource (OER) on a Creative Commons 'Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike' license. This means that once downloaded, content can be modified and improved to complement a particular course. This requires, however, that improvements are recycled back into the OER community. All content present at the time of download must be accordingly credited and, in turn, novel content must be appropriately licensed. For more information, please refer to the license deed by visiting: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/legalcode

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How to create a Google account, and how to make a copy of the LRS on Google Drive and then share it
Instructions on how to create a Google account, how to make a copy of the LRS on Google Drive, and how to share it with the teacher

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A template for a Learning Record Sheet
A formative assessment tool – a personal record where students record, structure, reflect on and develop their own learning; it contains students’ reflections about how what they have learned is relevant to them and how they will develop or use the new information in the future

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Guidance notes for students on how to complete each column of the LRS
Guidance notes on how each column of the LRS should be completed.

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