Well today I spent most of my day in the library, and will be doing the same Monday. I think my methodology is just about done which is pretty cool, and I’ve started writting up my results. The weekend is going be filled with SPSS (which I have no clue how to use!!!) and then the discussion. The next 36 hours are basically going be a coffee marathon with me attempting to have a draft ready to send of to my dyslexia support worker for proof reading (its amazing how I manage to get additional words into stuff).
I am aiming to have my final version ready Monday evening, so that I can spend Tuesday morning making sure it is laid out correctly, all the page numbering is correct, and get it bound. Deadline for handin is 5pm Tuesday, and at the minute it seems I am on target to meet this. Once this deadline is out of the way I will be doing some very interesting topics on here!
Today has been a long day I spent most of it in the library as I decided that I should have a look at other dissertations to work out just how my dissertation should be laid out. Actually I was lucky as I decided to walk across the carparks and not along the lane as it was like a river when I saw it later! I learn best by looking and seeing instead of the pages of text that I’ve been given with instructions. Its also given me extra confidence that I am going be able to get the mark that I want! Whooop! There are a few patterns emerging within the results and I will try and give an update on this Tuesday evening.
I’ve decided that I will be lanching the video diary to accompany this next week, alongside trying to get a few short videos made looking at different things in more depth.
My housemates have spent this week on holiday (yay to house to myself!) however came back today bringing me chocolate flavour pebbles from Oceanarium.
And when I was walking home from the bus stop it started to really rain so I stopped in the pub until it stopped, and randomly started talking to a local historian about the olympics. He actually has an original bicycle pennant from the 1948 olympics and a pin-button badge to accompany it so I couldn’t resist getting a photo to share!