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Creating a learning resource
As you go through the module, you should save and file your formative work electronically or in hard copy as some of the activities in subsequent units will require you to refer you back to that work.This will also provide you with useful resources for your learning experiences during DLAD and on to full-time study.
- Always keep back-up copies of your work on a disk, external drive or USB stick or somewhere you are sure you will be able to access it if your technology fails.
- The things that might be particularly useful for you to print for your portfolio of materials are:
- The course handbook
- Unit introductions
- Selective course materials
You will be expected to submit some of your submissions in Word format