Covid-19 response

Our community

Members of the University community share their experience, projects and research with Covid-19.

Adapt, Support, Implement, Deliver: How the School of Mathematics adapted to hybrid teaching

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Last semester, teams across the University introduced their newly adapted hybrid programmes. While approaches differed across Schools and Colleges, the creativity of teaching teams in adapting to this challenge has been incredible.

Looking ahead to Semester 2

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As thoughts on campus turn to the coming winter break and subsequent return in 2021, Schools across the University are taking stock of the changes they made in Semester 1 and reflecting on the implications for next year.

Life in lockdown: an international perspective

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Originally from Chennai, India, PhD student Durai Arun Pannir Selvam shares how he’s navigating the pandemic.

A close connection

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The School of History, Classics & Archaeology has been working closely with the University’s Students’ Association and student societies to support their students throughout the coronavirus crisis.

A change for the better?

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Kate McCrae, a BEng Electrical & Electronic Engineering student, shares how from her perspective, hybrid teaching has improved her University experience.

A hybrid journey

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Our students share their experiences of hybrid learning and teaching during the first weeks of the new academic year.

Adapting to hybrid teaching

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Staff and students from the School of Engineering share their experiences of adapting to hybrid learning.

Our Health helps local community groups better understand Covid-19 research

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Students from the University of Edinburgh have used their skills and access to research to help local community groups better understand Covid-19 research