Sketchpad colouring book workshop

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Want to learn a new skill? And possibly contribute to the We Have Great Stuff Colouring Book?

In this workshop we will be creating beautiful digital illustrations ready for colouring inspired by University of Edinburgh (UoE) buildings and the amazing treasures held in the Centre for Research Collections (CRC).

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Learning together with Noteable

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During this one-hour workshop we will introduce both Jupyter notebooks as a medium and the Noteable service as a platform to enable learners to be actively engaged in and learn alongside instructors in both distance and in-person environments.

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More power! Scaling up your research computing, how, when, and why

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From geology to literature, genomics to law, academic research is increasingly utilising larger and larger digitised datasets, and with these comes the potential need to use more powerful computers. But how do you decide when to scale up from working solely on your own laptop, and what should you consider in the process?

This short session will cover the key questions to ask yourself, consider what impact increased computing power could have on your day-to-day research workflow, discuss access to shared high-performance computing clusters here at the University of Edinburgh, and provide pointers to where you can go for more help.

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