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  1. Rethinking Franco-German Relations: A Historical Perspective

    Mourlon-Druol, Emmanuel
    Franco-German relations as the ‘engine’ of European integration are widely perceived to have stalled in recent years. This policy contribution assesses what the Franco-German relationship can achieve, what its shortcomings are, and what it means for the wider governance of the euro area and the European Union.

  2. Choose the Right Rights, Use the Data Right

    McCutcheon, Valerie; Burrows, Sheona; Margoni, Thomas
    On Thursday 2nd November, the University of Glasgow Research Information Management Services Team, Jisc, and CREATe held an all-day workshop on licencing research datasets. The purpose of the workshop was to draw out issues around licencing of research datasets with a focus on identifying whether clarifications in terminology and guidance would be useful.

  3. A Systematic Review of the Potential of Machine Learning and Data Science in Primary and Secondary Education

    Donaldson, Peter; Ntarmos, Nikolaos; Portelli, Kurt
    This review, commissioned by the Royal Society, will examine the current state of the art developments in data science and machine learning within education, if they can be applied more broadly now, or in the future, and the impact they could have on transforming primary and secondary education in the UK. A sample of the total volume of research reviewed is directly referenced in the body of the report to help illustrate key issues. The full list of sources reviewed is included as the last section of the technical appendix. This appendix also provides further details on the systematic review...

  4. Early Developmental Activities and Computing Proficiency

    Cutts, Quintin; Patitsas, Elizabeth; Cole, Elizabeth; Donaldson, Peter; Alshaigy, Bedour; Gutica, Mirela; Hellas, Arto; Larraza-Mendiluze, Edurne; McCartney, Robert; Riedesel, Charles
    As countries adopt computing education for all pupils from primary school upwards, there are challenging indicators: significant proportions of students who choose to study computing at universities fail the introductory courses, and the evidence for links between formal education outcomes and success in CS is limited. Yet, as we know, some students succeed without prior computing experience. Why is this? Some argue for an innate ability, some for motivation, some for the discrepancies between the expectations of instructors and students, and some – simply – for how programming is being taught. All agree that becoming proficient in computing is not easy....

  5. Greening the Grey: A Framework for Integrated Green Grey Infrastructure (IGGI)

    Naylor, Larissa
    No abstract available.

  6. Incubate: Propagate. Networked Ecologies of New Performance-Making

    Tomlin, Liz

  7. "We All Walk In Mysteries: We Do Not Know What Is Stirring In The Atmosphere Around Us"

    Bishop, Paul
    This paper, arising from a joint event held by the C.G. Jung Club London and The Guild of Pastoral Psychology, takes as its starting-point a remark made by Goethe in his conversations with Eckermann. This remark by Goethe prompts us to consider the dimension of mystery in life -- and how “Primal Words Orphic” can be read in light of the mysteries. This paper, Guild Paper No. 325, is dedicated to the memory of Judith Keyston.

  8. It’s My Body: Calls to ChildLine Scotland about Sexual Health and Wellbeing

    Newall, Elinor; Lewis, Ruth
    No abstract available.

  9. The Experiences of Children Participating in Organised Sport in the UK

    Alexander, Kate; Stafford, Anne; Lewis, Ruth
    No abstract available.

  10. Research for CULT Committee - Why Cultural Work with Refugees: In Depth Analysis

    Phipps, Alison
    Cultural work with refugees has a long history. It is a contentious area. Instrumental approaches to cultural work with refugees raise significant issues. This briefing outlines the contentions, provides a theoretical basis for the work, gives leading examples of cultural work with refugees, including work that promotes intercultural understanding and work that promotes fear. It outlines key findings and recommendations, which have a substantial focus on ethical engagement, aesthetic importance and societal wellbeing.

  11. Research for CULT Committee - Why Cultural Work with Refugees: In Depth Analysis

    Phipps, Alison
    Cultural work with refugees has a long history. It is a contentious area. Instrumental approaches to cultural work with refugees raise significant issues. This briefing outlines the contentions, provides a theoretical basis for the work, gives leading examples of cultural work with refugees, including work that promotes intercultural understanding and work that promotes fear. It outlines key findings and recommendations, which have a substantial focus on ethical engagement, aesthetic importance and societal wellbeing.

  12. Electronic Health Records: Friend, Foe or Something In-between?

    Papoutsi, C.; Lewis, R.
    No abstract available.

  13. Updated projections for risk-based surveillance for bovine tuberculosis for low risk areas in England and Wales

    Salvador, L.C.M.; Doherty, Thomas; Kao, Rowland
    In recent work, a research group led by Prof. Kao identified risk-based surveillance strategies for bovine Tuberculosis (bTB) in Scotland, using a combination of statistical models and a simulation model for freedom from infection, to identify a series of possible strategies to reduce the number of regular herd tests for bTB in Scotland. In a subsequent work on risk-based surveillance (also led by Prof. Kao) (Defra project SE3285), it was shown that that there are opportunities to improve the current surveillance system in areas of low risk of bTB (LRAs). The current proposal will build on previous work to determine...

  14. Advanced Decontamination Systems and Real Time Detection of Bacteria for Improved Food Safety

    Watson, Ian

  15. Jacopo Bassano and the Invention of Localism

    Nichols, Tom
    This project report discusses research undertaken in the course of a two-month Fellowship at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts at the national Gallery of Art, Washington DC.

  16. Insurgencies and Counterinsurgency Strategies: Patterns and Dilemmas

    Heuser, Beatrice
    No abstract available.

  17. CREATe 2012-2016: Impact on society, industry and policy through research excellence and knowledge exchange

    Singh, Sukhpreet; Patterson, Kerry
    On the eve of the CREATe Festival May 2016, the Centre published this legacy report (edited by Kerry Patterson & Sukhpreet Singh with contributions from consortium researchers).

  18. Orkney Islands Skills Investment Plan: Final Report. Highlands and Islands Enterprise

    Sutherland, Victoria; MacDougall, A.; Kromydas, Theocharis

  19. Outer Hebrides Skills Investment Plan: Final Report Highlands and Islands Enterprise

    Sutherland, Victoria; McTier, Alexander; Kromydas, Theocharis

  20. Assessment of Users' Literacy Level

    Panos, Georgios; Bouzanis, Christoforos; Kromydas, Theocharis; Gkrimmotsis, Konstantinos; Akubelem, Nana Oiza

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