In Week 10 you were introduced to digital storytelling for Task 3 via an online lecture and in your tutorials. Execution of this task exposes your competencies in research, inquiry, creative expression and analysis. And, as we begin understanding storytelling, we know it involves being vulnerable, authentic and reflexive. But why are you afforded so much […]
This is the time that you are likely to want to down tools for awhile and kick back until the next deadline looms large. I have a better idea. Start planning the final task so that you produce your best work, you have contingency time and you minimise last minute stress. Here is a link to […]
The clock is ticking and taking you closer to the deadline on your second MAP assessment task. Here is a presentation to help you get there in time and in good form.
When you’re writing traditional academic essays, there are expectations about traditional academic referencing for the sources you’ve used. Should you do the same in a blog? Well, like most things, it depends. And blogging is a useful opportunity to pull back from the rules and have a look at the principles. The reason for linking to other sources […]
This is a quick post just to encourage you all to have a think about your calendaring and time planning strategies. One reason to do this is that project management is one of the skills that graduates can be confident of developing, if you have good systems in place. It’s a common question asked in […]
A super quick post from me, as the session is over and the marking committee have done their work. I wanted to highlight some projects from my own group of students that stood out in one way or another. The highlighting of these particular projects is divorced from the marks received as against the criteria, […]