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O3 | Manager Tools

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So, I just got done meeting with my boss and she wants me to introduce the O3's to her boss in October. I asked her to give me some time to gather some feedback and data. I am nervous introducing this to my bosses boss ...
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AIF-O3 Teachers' Symposium & Students' Art Festival | Facebook

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A group of 28 teachers and 70 students gathered at DIL Community Model School, Khuda Ki Basti, a rural area of Kala Shah Kaku near Lahore, for AIF-O3 (Our Family; Our Neighborhood; Our World) Project Teachers’ Symposium and Students’ Art Festival on February 8, 2013.

 

The project O3 “Our Family, Our Neighborhood, Our World” is a United States Department of State funded project. It combines the use of interactive media with Punjabi art forms to foster to people-to-people connections and increased intercultural understanding among young educators, students, and artists in India, Pakistan, and the United States.

 

The project combines the global (new media) with the local (Punjabi art forms) as two powerful vehicles for educators and students alike to build and harness linkages of a shared Punjabi cultural identity and foster increased collaboration, cooperation, and understanding.


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AIF-O3 Teachers' Symposium & Students' Art Festival | Facebook

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A group of 28 teachers and 70 students gathered at DIL Community Model School, Khuda Ki Basti, a rural area of Kala Shah Kaku near Lahore, for AIF-O3 (Our Family; Our Neighborhood; Our World) Project Teachers’ Symposium and Students’ Art Festival on February 8, 2013.

 

The project O3 “Our Family, Our Neighborhood, Our World” is a United States Department of State funded project. It combines the use of interactive media with Punjabi art forms to foster to people-to-people connections and increased intercultural understanding among young educators, students, and artists in India, Pakistan, and the United States.

 

The project combines the global (new media) with the local (Punjabi art forms) as two powerful vehicles for educators and students alike to build and harness linkages of a shared Punjabi cultural identity and foster increased collaboration, cooperation, and understanding.


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Adam Dunn Auto jersey 10/10 Leaf Limited o3 Moniker

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Adam Dunn Auto jersey 10/10 Leaf Limited o3 Moniker

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CARM compiler, long long comparing with 0 (-O1, -O2, -O3) - Keil

Thread 24149: Hello, Does anyone have any problems with comparing variables oftype uint64_t with zero value? In my case it does not work onoptimization level more than -O0? (Keil 5.03.0.76)
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CARM compiler, long long comparing with 0 (-O1, -O2, -O3) - Keil

Thread 24149: Hello, Does anyone have any problems with comparing variables oftype uint64_t with zero value? In my case it does not work onoptimization level more than -O0? (Keil 5.03.0.76)
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Community-based knowledge translation: unexplored opportunities - ResearchImpact @ O3

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Community-based organizations and their practitioners share common characteristics related to their setting, the evidence used in this setting, and anticipated outcomes that are not, in our experience, satisfactorily reflected in current knowledge translation approaches, frameworks, or tools.


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Learning for Development (L4D)'s curator insight, October 8, 2013 8:10 AM

A critical review of a journal article exploring how to engage community-based organizations in "knowledge translation." A central question asked is "can university-based knowledge mobilization units really be honest (i.e. unbiased) brokers?"