Introductory video about the Social Partnerships Network badged courses and about our research.
This is the HEAT Module on Adolescent and Youth Reproductive Health.
This unit is an introduction to the subject of International Economic Law. It includes a historical development of the subject and refers to the principal organisations related to International Economic Law.
SCAPP is Scotland's Community for Access and Participation Practitioners. This is a short guide to the access community in Scotland and what it can offer practitioners.
Analysing pesticides in the environment using GC-MS
An Introduction to Inclusive Education set within the context of Scottish education
This short course will introduce you to the social work role and develop your understanding of some of the theory associated with social work practice.
This is an interdisciplinary module that provides an introduction to technology and innovation policy and research in this field. The emphasis is on examining issues of interdisciplinary research embracing economic, sociological and managerial orientations. The approach is to build understanding of technology policy and technology innovations processes thereby providing a robust grounding, before exploring research methods employed to investigate technology and innovation policy. It is important to appreciate that this is not a research methods course as research techniques are not actively taught. Instead, a selection of research tools are introduced and applied to technology policy and innovation. Thus, it focuses on methods and skills best suited for technology policy and innovation rather than being comprehensive.
This is the HEAT Module on Antenatal Care.
This course has been designed to give a practical introduction to UK human rights and discrimination law.
The project will produce a new teaching material and methodology for teaching Arabic for non-Arabic speaker especially with latent language mother tongue.
Arduino is a prototype platform (open-source) based on an easy-to-use hardware and software. It consists of a circuit board, which can be programed (referred to as a microcontroller) and a ready-made software called Arduino IDE (Integrated Development Environment), which is used to write and upload the computer code to the physical board. Arduino provides a standard form factor that breaks the functions of the micro-controller into a more accessible package. This course is intended for enthusiastic students or hobbyists. With Arduino, one can get to know the basics of micro-controllers and sensors very quickly and can start building prototype with very little investment. This course is intended to make you comfortable in getting started with Arduino and its various functions.