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Where have I been?!

First off apologies for the absence-I can’t believe I haven’t posted for over 3 weeks! Oops.

Well lets start with Easter weekend- I had a much needed 4 day break from work, and caught up with a load of friends who were home from uni for the holidays, so that was pretty awesome really. 402 more words

Musings

#TOTW from 13-04-15 Fantastic wk1 'Exploring Anatomy: the Human Abdomen'

This week for my #TOTW I’m shamelessly going to plug (though not for financial reward I might add!) FutureLearn – a fantastic online resource (owned by The Open University) providing courses… 200 more words

Text Encoding Medieval Manuscripts: Dr Matthew J. Driscoll and Professor Elena Pierazzo

The workshop with Dr Matthew J. Driscoll, ‘Fundamentals of Text Encoding and Medieval Manuscripts’, took place on 14-15 March 2015

This two-day workshop gave medievalist-focused training on the theory and practice of encoding in XML using the… 222 more words

Handball: University of Leeds will struggle to survive this season

The women’s University of Leeds handball side mathematically have a chance to remain in the Super 8 for the 2015-16 season, but they’re not going to do it this weekend against top side Olympia. 221 more words

Handball

Philosophy in Schools with Students, conference 26 May University of Leeds

This one-day event at the University of Leeds will feature keynote speakers, presentations, demonstrations, and workshops by students who teach and research philosophical enquiry in schools. 62 more words

Lunch break, Pararchive conference

Friday 27th March 2015, 12.55pm (day 1,310)

Another photo back at the alma mater, that is, Leeds University. I have a week away coming up though — not a new country, but a new part of it, and somewhere I find pretty cool, too. 18 more words

Daily Post

March 2015: Of Grammar and Goulash.

This last month or so has seen me continue my travels, confuse myself immensely with both English and German grammar (I no longer know either), make a complete and utter tit out of myself at the hair dressers and, slightly less pathetically, actually learn quite a lot along the way. 1,400 more words

British Council