Monthly Archives: December 2011

My Day WITH WRITE OR DYE !!!

Today I have been troubleshooting with Scot, we sorted out most of the problems in the yellow room, it has been quite a productive day, we found out what our distractions on NLN (national learning network) it was quite fun … Continue reading

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My day of troubleshooting fun

  Today I did some computer work on the testing computers. I had to restore the computers to their former glory. On two of the computers I had to replace the sound card I found it easy because of normal … Continue reading

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Reflecting @ Swansea ITeC

What skills have I learned or improved upon? I had previous knowledge of MS Office from school; but while in ITeC, I improved on using this package, for example, in Word – I learned how to create a CV; what … Continue reading

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Learner Support

While I have been at ITeC, I have had lots of support from the tutors, who have helped with my work and to understand the point behind the work. My progress on the course has been slow, as I have … Continue reading

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Learner Support

Well it’s hard to believe this is the end of my twelve week IT course and I must admit that in the beginning I’m lucky to have lasted two weeks. When I first started Itec in September my knowledge of … Continue reading

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Learner Support

I have a review with my tutor every month, these reviews are carried out with Elena Chetri. I also have contact with Elena on a daily basis, as she helps me to understand and complete my work for the course … Continue reading

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Learning Reflection – IOL

While working on my IOL I have identified my prefered ways of learning such as trying the work out myself, being shown what to do and finally, working with others. My prefered way of learning was being shown what to … Continue reading

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