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Pro Vice Chancellor Brigid Heywood discusses the foundations on which The Open University research is based with a focus on an interdisciplinary approach and the importance of collaboration with other higher education colleagues in the UK and internationally. Brigid also looks at the School of Excellence's collaboration with NASA and The Open University's global connections.
 
Join lecturer in public policy, Dr Chris Neff from the University of Sydney as he turns his sceptical eye and curious mind to the world of research. Each episode an academic will join Chris in his office to explore the latest research on topics that affect us all. From housing prices to diet guidelines and everything in between, Chris will question what the evidence says, debunking myths and assumptions along the way. Open for discussion is a podcast series produced by the University of Sydn ...
 
In this series of podcasts we consider the impact of opening up science: allowing both the research community and the public to freely access the results of scientific work. Individuals can be fully informed about medical or environmental research, students worldwide can get access to the latest work, and software agents can roam the vast scientific knowledge base seeking patterns and correlations that no human has observed. Ultimately, it may profoundly change the way science is done. The r ...
 
How does living with disability and chronic illness impact on a person's quality of life? What are the consequences of physical limitations and treatment regimes? The tracks on his album explore real-life case studies in a variety of care environments. From domestic homes to residential and hospital settings, we explore physical, social and psychological impacts and investigate the extent to which care environments are enabling or disabling. The album also contains a fictional case study whi ...
 
Geology is the scientific study of the Earth, its origin, structure, processes and composition. This album is mainly concerned with the interpretation of geological maps and the relationship between the landscape and underlying rocks. The Open University's Dr Iain Gilmour talks us through the geological landforms of Dorset and the Isle of Skye, using geological maps and actual footage of the locations to illustrate his points. This material forms part of The Open University course S260 Geology.
 
What does the world look like to a person with a visual impairment? How does restricted vision impact on everyday life? How can you offer assistance without taking control? The video tracks on this album simulate what the world looks like to people with a range of visual impairments, and show good practice when acting as a sighted guide. The audio tracks offer personal perspectives from two people living with severe visual impairment. This material forms part of The Open University's Pre-reg ...
 
Do you take your access to water for granted? The Peruvian and Tanzanian communities featured in this album certainly don’t. This album examines how development agencies can empower communities to help themselves by introducing simple technologies, and facilitate the sharing of ideas through education. In the Andean mountains, scarce supplies of water and agricultural challenges give rise to conflict; but the changes engineered by development agencies can start to show a way out of poverty. ...
 
'Video, Education, and Open Content: Best Practices' was a two-day symposium intended to increase the understanding of educators, technologists, video producers, and other stakeholders in how video and open education can work together for the public good. This symposium builds upon the work that the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning and Intelligent Television have been conducting in the area of educational video, open productions, and commercial-noncommercial collaborations ...
 
Talk It Up University Podcast is an open window on Art, entertainment, education, fashion, politic and health. Tiuu will air on serioustalk.tv, serioustalktvshow.com and anchor.fm. Contact us @ serioustalktv@gmail.com Carine Deshommes on Facebook, jckchannel on Instagram and Twitter serioustalktv. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/carine-deshommes/support
 
Education is at the heart of making the world a better place. Education has always needed technology, but the technology landscape is getting more and more complex. Imagine if you had to license pencils or paper to use in schools, or be forced to use specific paper from one company so that they could see everything you wrote. Education technology is too important to rely on profit-driven market dynamics. This podcast shines a light on key people and projects working around the growing field ...
 
“Careers in the Public Humanities” is a podcast exploring the broad range of positions and prospects open to humanities scholars beyond the tenure track. Produced by graduate students in the URI English Department, each episode features an interview with a scholar in the humanities who uses their disciplinary knowledge in unique ways. The series aims to inspire current and prospective graduate students to embrace cross-disciplinary learning and to consider engaging in research that serves di ...
 
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Can science be truly open if it doesn't allow for all perspectives? In this episode we talk diversity and inclusion with associate professor at the UMC Utrecht Gönül Dilaver. Also, we touch base on the newsynews and talk education with Gönül. Shownotes: - Interview Paul Boselie on not using the Journal Impact Factor: https://www.nature.com/articles…
 
This interview was recorded in July 2020 for DocEnhance (docenhance.eu), an EU-funded project that aims to broaden the expertise of PhDs by developing courses in transferable skills. One such transferable skill is how to manage your research data in a transparent manner and as much as possible in accordance with the FAIR principles (Findable, Acces…
 
"Code often isn't your project, the research question is your project." Research software is a major component of modern science, but not everyone is a specialist in this regard. Barbara Vreede and Lieke de Boer from the Netherlands eScience center talk about the increasing importance of version control and the role of the research software enginee…
 
In episode 36 of the OFID podcast, OFID Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, interviews Emily Oster, PhD, professor of economics at Brown University and author of several books assessing risk during pregnancy and raising kids, to discuss communicating risk to readers and precautions parents should take in the time of COVID-19.…
 
How do you replicate history? No, this is not a rhetorical question but an actual ongoing open science project by historians from Utrecht University. Together with a group of students Pim Huijnen and Pieter Huistra are shaping an entirely novel approach to historical research.Also, your shownotes:Innovation is overvalued, hail the maintainers!: htt…
 
How do you catch spawning fish that you can't see? We have Jt Kenney on with us tonight to talk about just that! Surely to be a good time and some stories to be swapped when Jt is in the room but don't be fooled he gives up the JUICE on how to catch spawning bass. Watch, learn, and win with the bass university.…
 
How do you catch spawning fish that you can't see? We have Jt Kenney on with us tonight to talk about just that! Surely to be a good time and some stories to be swapped when Jt is in the room but don't be fooled he gives up the JUICE on how to catch spawning bass. Watch, learn, and win with the bass university.…
 
Rapidly advancing sonar is a part of bass fishing that simply can't be overlooked for a competitive angler. The technology available continues to out perform its predecessors. From a 5 inch fish finder to a 12 in fish finder there are certain things you need to know to get the most out of your investment. Miles Burghoff is known for his sonar fishi…
 
Rapidly advancing sonar is a part of bass fishing that simply can't be overlooked for a competitive angler. The technology available continues to out perform its predecessors. From a 5 inch fish finder to a 12 in fish finder there are certain things you need to know to get the most out of your investment. Miles Burghoff is known for his sonar fishi…
 
Welcome to The Bass University Live. The Big Show Terry Scroggins joins us this evening to talk about some sneaky sneaky bait modifications you can do to chage your game. Were talking, SUPER deep crankbaits, weedless chatterbaits, and vibrating trick worms... If you're a fish head looking for a competitive advantage. Give this one a listen no doubt…
 
Yet another installment of the Road to Open Science podcast where we tackle the question of how to find a needle in an ever growing haystack: Automated Systematic Reviews (ASReviews). With Rens van de Schoot we discuss what drives him and his team to run this project, and why they opted for the 'open' approach.SHOWNOTESSanli introduces himself as a…
 
In episode 35 of the OFID podcast, OFID Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, is joined by Zeynep Tufekci, PhD, sociologist and associate professor at the University of North Carolina, to discuss the logic behind her prescient COVID-19 pandemic conclusions, and her use of op-eds in prominent news outlets to amplify her findings.…
 
On this brand new episode of The Bass University live the crew is all back together. BTC, RIZ, GDP in studio and JK and PG on the Zoom line. This was a fun episode for the whole gang. Jeff Gustafson joins the podcast via Zoom from the great north country CANADA. Fresh off an Elite Series Win on the TN, River he brings excellent insight on the techn…
 
In this episode, Sicco and Sanli review some open-science-related projects and events. They talk to dr. Marieke Adriaanse and prof. Paul Boselie, co-chairs of the “Recognition and Rewards” workgroup at Utrecht University, about their vision document. This document, recently approved by the University board, will set the basis for transformation of …
 
On the eve of the first Bassmaster Elite Series event on the St Johns river we welcome in Cliff Prince to the podcast. Growing up on the shores of the St Johns there is no better insight then we get with Cliff. He has an intimate knowledge of this river and spawning bass and he lays it out there for us on Bass U Live.…
 
In this episode, cohosts Sicco and Sanli share their personal takes on the essence of open science and how it benefits the academic community and the society at large taking examples from the hot debates around handling of the Covid19 pandemic by national health agencies. They review the recent announcements and news. They talk to Melanie Imming ab…
 
In episode 34 of the OFID podcast, OFID Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, speaks with David Meltzer, MD, PhD, professor and chief of hospital medicine at the University of Chicago, about his research linking low vitamin D levels with COVID-19 susceptibility, the limitations of currently available data, and if vitamin D supplementation is wise.…
 
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