What's done and what's to do
This title runs throughout the blog and it's really a way of me keeping tabs on where I am in the whole doctoral research process - however, I feel that it's also potentially useful to share as a way of showing the process itself...
- Began my Independent Study Research Module (ISRM) work - this is a very large step on the way towards writing the doctorate itself - it is composed of four chapters, including introduction, literature review and methodology - this is what I've done this week:
- Read article about reflexivity - which turns out to have been written by a counsellor and referenced some person-centred research methodologists that I have already encountered, which is rather nice
- Extensively reorganised and streamlined my 'doctorate' folder on PC and also backed it up
- Updated a couple of refs in Endnote
- incorporated notes from a meeting with my supervisor- dumped rough notes I'd taken about eLearning and pedagogy- included a very great deal of work from an earlier assignment, which I realised is both pretty good and relevant!
What's to do
- Write up reflexivity article
- Start clearing and incorporating google tasks for ISRM
- Incorporate work done on ethical review
- Enter notes taken previously to ISRM
- Read read read