Posted by: MandyS | October 10, 2010

A reflection on Activity 3.2

I have just posted the report for Activity 3.2 on the forum for the second time. The first did not work as I tried to be clever and link it from Zoho. The flaw with Zoho is that you can only link if those viewing the link are also Zoho customers; or at least this appears to be the case. Until I find the solution, if there is one, I have resorted to exporting the document to my computer and uploading it as a word document to the forum.

The activity itself I found interesting in that I decided to use work as the place to recommend the eportfolios. This is because we do not use them but I can see a definite market for them. I based the report on the two eportfolios I had studied, simply because if I had considered all those discussed in the forum, I would have greatly exceeded 500 words. I struggled with the word count as it was. This is one point I am not sure about i.e. how stringent is the word count for these activities? I presume that because they are not marked and only evidence of achieving competencies, it does not matter, but this is something I had better check. I was quite pleased with the finished article but I will be interested to see what others think.

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