We’ve been running an online quiz during Innovative Learning Week with questions based on many of our different online resources. The first nine questions have already been posted on the CRC Facebook page, the 10th and final question will be posted at 3pm this afternoon ( https://www.facebook.com/crc.edinburgh ). For anyone who has missed the questions so far, here is a quick recap:
Question 1: Looking at our image collections here: http://images.is.ed.ac.uk/ In the Roslin Institute Collection, what is Mr Anthony H Wingfield riding?
Question 2: Using the English Short Title Catalogue (http://www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/information-services/library-museum-gallery/finding-resources/library-databases/databases-a-z/databases-e ), search for “Perverting divine truth”. What is the title of the book you find, and where is the nearest copy located?
Question 3: In 1915, father and son William Henry and William Lawrence Bragg won the Nobel Prize for Physics for their foundational work published in the book “X-rays and crystal structure”. Using the library catalogue, where is the 1915 edition of this book held? http://catalogue.lib.ed.ac.uk/vwebv/searchBasic?sk=en_US
Question 4: Reputedly, we have the first drawing of a Native American in the Laing Collection in http://images.is.ed.ac.uk/ . What is his name?
Question 5: Using the Archives and Manuscripts catalogue (http://www.archives.lib.ed.ac.uk/), which post would Arthur Darbishire have filled had he not died in the First World War?
Question 6: Browse through the UoEArtandArchives blog (http://uoeartandarchives.tumblr.com/). Who was Monster Hunting in 1934?
Question 7: Bugles are instruments that have been used as signalling devises in the military for generations. MIMEd has a bugle in its collection that is said to have been taken off of a German soldier at the battle of the Somme. Using the MIMEd website http://www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/information-services/library-museum-gallery/museums-and-galleries/musical-instrument-museums/mime , can you find the name of the maker and the German town in which it was made in c 1914?
Question 8: What was title of the article/paper that was prepared for the University Court by a Rector who went on to become Prime Minister? The date the paper was laid before the Court was 26th May 1975. Again look in the archive resources here: http://www.archives.lib.ed.ac.uk/
Question 9: Which collections held by Lothian Health Services Archive (http://www.lhsa.lib.ed.ac.uk/) were inscribed into the UNESCO Memory of the World Register in 2011?
To submit your answers at the end of the week, use the form here: http://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/1HI905dJ87