Project case studies - more information on a range of community engagement activities
Get some inspiration from some of the community engagement projects our students have been involved in.
To see the projects in which students are engaging with the local community (and to add other projects), look at the Edinburgh Connected map
Football: More than just a game
A pilot project delivering a community MOOC in Midlothian!
Edinburgh Connected Map
During the summer of 2015 a new online map was created to showcase the ways in which students are engaging with the local community.
Snap, Crackle and Pop! – Half day science festival run by University of Edinburgh
Snap, Crackle and Pop! was a student-led event, bringing together university and high school students through hands on science activities.
Telling the Anne Frank Story
Students delivered the story of Anne Frank to primary school children.
Volunteering in local secondary schools to help students from various backgrounds with STEM subjects.
Undergraduate GeoSciences Outreach: Sea-level change with high school students
An educational project for high school students about sea-level change, developed by a final year student on the Geosciences Outreach course.
Free Legal Advice Centre
The Free Legal Advice Centre (FLAC) is a student-led law clinic providing legal services to the local community.
Edinburgh Connected Mapping Internship
The creation of an online interactive map for students which brings together student community engagement opportunities and information about health-enhancing facilities.