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Lack of confidence

​”Failure is a word unknown to me” these great words were quoted by father of nation Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah but in my case it is something like “Confidence is a word unknown to me” Muzamil Abbasi. 432 more words

Improving your Apps for Good journey: introducing our new Student Dashboard

We’re delighted to announce the arrival of our brand new Student Dashboard! What can your students expect as they get started on their adventure?

Apps for Good students in the UK can get ready to… 154 more words

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Research - OCMCH Visiting Research Fellow wins $1000 essay prize

Simon Lewis, one of the visiting research fellows in the Oxford Centre for Methodism and Church History for 2016-17, has won a $1000 prize for his article entitled ‘”A Diversity of Passions and Humours”: Early Anti-Methodist Literature as a Disguise for Heterodoxy’ which will be published in  96 more words

ContentMining Conifers and Visualising Output: Extracting Semantic Triples

Last month I wrote about visualising ContentMine output. It was limited to showing and grouping ami results which — in this case — were simply words extracted from the text. 341 more words

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Goodbye to a brother

A Berkshire teacher took a break from her duties to say goodbye to her brother:

24th November 1916
Miss Fellows is away from school this afternoon on a visit to home to wish her brother “goodbye” as he is joining the forces. 8 more words

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Long-Term 2016 International Fellows Present on Disability

On September 1, 2016, WID’s long-term 2016 international fellows, Mauot Anyang (YALI) and Roshan Samarawickrama (CSP), presented on the disability work they are doing in their countries. 228 more words

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Mauot Anyang's Farewell Blog

My name is Mauot Anyang. I am a Mandela Washington fellow from South Sudan. There, I work as the Secretary of Education for South Sudan Association of the Visually Impaired (SSAVI), a non-governmental and not-for-profit organization for the blind in South Sudan. 594 more words

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