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Picturing heaven : online image resources for religious art #ILW2013

Song School St Mary, 1897, f.13r by Phoebe Anna Traquair, (b.1852, d.1936) . Edinburgh University Library

Song School St Mary, 1897, f.13r
by Phoebe Anna Traquair, (b.1852, d.1936) . Edinburgh University Library

Find out about the new Princeton Index to Christian Art plus the many other online image resources available to the University of Edinburgh.

This Innovative Learning Week session is open to all and will be held in the Baillie Room, New College, 11-12am tomorrow Thursday 21 February.

Can’t come to the session? See the presentation slides on slideshare.

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Yesterday’s News – Today’s Research #ILW2013

Sunday ExpressCome and join us in Innovative Learning Week for Yesterday’s News – Today’s Research, 11:00am-12:00 noon – Room 2.36 School of History, Classics and Archaeology.
In this hands-on session on historical newspaper resources online, find out where to find newspapers online, what’s available and how to search. There will also be a chance to try out newspaper resources currently on trial and a quiz with prizes! Open to Divinity and HCA students. Book via MyEd (Places are restricted to 14). Can’t attend the session? View the presentation slides on slideshare.

Science and religion : a natural history #ILW2013

Natural History CollectionInnovative Learning week kicks off at New College Library with a chance to see some of the scientific books in New College Library’s Special Collections and find out where they came from and why they were collected at New College Library. Please drop in to look at the book display in the Funk Reading Room, Monday 18 February 11-12am and ask questions.

Several of the items in this display are drawn from New College Library’s Natural History Collection, a Special Collection numbering about 175 books. This dates from the early days of New College, where ‘Natural Science’ was taught until 1934. The collection covers the mid-nineteenth century controversies over evolution and natural selection, with geology particularly well represented. There is a focus on Scottish natural history and on texts by Scots writers.

Can’t come to the display? See the presentation slides on slideshare.