8th July 2013
Setting up my tools, Diigo and a blog – this was successful due to the resource links made available. The step by step guidelines assisted me with this process.
Personally when first reading on study desk I was required to set up accounts for Diigo, a blog using word press and a twitter account, all these requirements did seem a little foreign as I had absolutely no idea or neither had I heard of this languge before. I simply thought one step at a time and see how we go. And from there I did not leave the computer until I had managed to upload my about me link to the study desk.
My biggest challenge so far was to upload the link. Where did I go wrong initially, I simply needed to read the steps clearly? Once I re-read the how to, than I could tick this task as being completed. Furthermore the more I use this process the more familiar I will become. I would also like to make improvements in the visual design, however this will come down the track I’m sure. I will simply play around to see what is possible.
I particularly liked the tool belt theory statement we make the tools of the world available to all, and teach them to evaluate on their own retrieved July 2013 from http://speedchange.blogspot.com.au/p/blog-page_2046.html
I feel I have already achieved new personal goals and will continue to remember not to hesitate due to fear of the unknown. I will look forward to developing new knowledge in using ICT’s.