Student lecture notes
Subject Source: Local sourcesScope Note: Notes taken down by students
Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
Fonds — Volume Gen.694
Scope and Contents Notes taken by Ralph Richardson at, with accompanying syllabus to, lectures delivered by Sir Archibald Geikie during his first session (1871-1872) as Murchison Professor of Geology at the University of Edinburgh. Originally in five separate parts, Richardson had them bound into one volume, which bears his bookplate.
Fonds — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The law notes are composed of: Scots Law - 2 volumes Civil Law - De Pactis etc Roman Law - Edinburgh Session 1886-87 Constitutional History Personal Law (possibly Cambridge) Law of Contract (Cambridge 1883) Jurisprudence International Law 1884-85 Roman Law ...
Fonds — Box Gen.784, Folder: Gen.784/2
Scope and Contents Notes taken by William S. Mitchell at lectures on French literature given by Charles Sarolea. This is most likely William Smith Mitchell, who graduated MA in 1932.
Fonds — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This fonds consists of the lectures notes, photographs and slides of Rev. George Hastie, student at the University of Edinburg in the late 1960s. The lecture notes were taken by Hastie for his MA course at Edinburgh Univertsity between 1967 and 1970. The slides show photographs taken by Hastie in 1966, 1967 and 1968. Also includes a rectorial election leaflet entitled 'The Making of a Rector', printed for the Tom Hutton Campaign in 1968.1. The lecture notes include a complete set of MA...
Identifier: MS 205/ff. 1r-200r
Contents The manuscript proper contains lecture notes written in 1477 in Louven by Magnus Makculloch. These notes are in Latin and are about on lectures about philosophy and logic by Petrus de Mera, Andrea de Alchmaria, and Theodricus Meyssach. The first part of the manuscript (ff. 1r-58v) contains extracts from the six books of Aristotle’s Organon, as well as Porphyry’s introduction to it. The second part of the manuscript (ff. 59r-200r) contains commentaries on the...
Series — Box CLX-A-357: Series Coll-1845/1; Series Coll-1845/2
Scope and Contents Five lecture notebooks containing notes taken by David J Lockwood during his time as a research fellow at the University of Edinburgh in the 1970s. This research was carried out in the Solid State Physics Group in the Physics Department in the James Clerk Maxwell Building at King’s Buildings.
Series — Box CLX-A-1668: Series Coll-1976/1
Scope and Contents This series consists of student notebooks and notes taken by Anne Davies during her studies. Also includes some University of Edidnburgh pamphlets. Student medical case notes, midwifery cases at the Simpson Memorial Maternity Pavilion, 1943-1944. Restricted. Annotated typed notes entitled 'Diseases of the alimentary system', c 1939-1945. Annotated typed notes entitled 'Diseases...
Dates: c 1939-1944; 1969
Scope and Contents Notes of lectures on clinical medicine given by Prof. John Rutherford, 1755-1756, and notes of lectures on anatomy given by Alexander Monro primus, circa 1752-1755, taken by J. Cabbell.
Dates: c 1752-1756
Two-volume set of the lecture notes of an unnamed student, taken at Professor Fraser’s lectures on the Materia Medica, 13 October 1896-19 March 1897
Sub-Fonds — Box CLX-A-355
Scope and Contents Two volumes containing student lecture notes from The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies entitled 'Materia Medica - Fraser - vol. I' and 'vol. II'. The lectures were given by Prof. Fraser on 'Materia Medica'; there is no information on the identity of the student. The first lecture is dated 13 October 1896 and the last one, 19 March 1897. Some loose notes are enclosed in the second volume.
Dates: 13 October 1896-19 March 1897
Fonds — Box CLX-A-228
Scope and Contents Two volumes of lecture notes taken by sisters Susan and Janet Robb, originally from Woodend, Carnwath, dating from the 1890s and early 1900s.
- Notes taken down by Susan Robb on botany lectures given by Professor S. Elliot, 17 May 1901.
- Lecture notes taken down by Janet Robb on the subject of physiography, 1890s.