What did you do well?
. Completed my weekly checklist to an appropriate standard – All weeks bar one I have completed the readings and written up a blog post in conjunction with that – my posts consisted of things I found interesting, or things that I didn’t quite understand from the readings
. I Worked well collaboratively – when it came to group project I put in a lot of thought and effort, and feel as though my input along with the other two members helped build up a strong idea and final Korsakow film.
. Kept up with the weekly readings and wrote a bog post a each week on the things I found interesting or confusing – wrote down notes and quotes that I could go back to and refer to later on.
. I Attended every tutorial I could, bar 2 as I was away in Sydney – But I made sure to keep up to date and inform my tutor of my absence.
. Completed all the sketch tasks at the beginning of the semester.
What have you learnt to do better?
. Approaching online software – online tutorials – made sure I kept up to date with the online blog and kept referring to Seth’s website with links to Korsakow information. I have definitely learnt how to use Korsakow (technical skills) – at the beginning it frightened and confused me a little. But after weeks of reading about it, hearing about it, and actually using it, I feel as though I now know a lot more about how it works.
. My networking skills I feel have improved over the course of this semester – as this is something I wrote in my participation contract that I wanted to accomplish. Especially when it came to the Korsakow work, I found that I was reaching out to my peers and friends outside of this class on many occasions to help my understanding and further my learning. The group project also helped enable me to improve my networking skills as I worked in a group with people I had never worked with or spoken to before.
. To be more open to new ideas and new software – with all the readings and korsakow work.
What could you have learnt to do better?
. I could definitely have learnt to work with Korsakow at a little more of an advanced level. I said in my contract that I would spend about 2 hours per week researching and working on my technical skills, at the beginning I did do this, researching as much as I could as the thought of Korsakov kind of intimidated me. However, as the weeks went by, this time allocated to working on my technical skills disintegrated. So I could have done more work outside of class time.
. I could also have put in more of an effort with attending lectures!
. Also more effort when it comes to writing my blog posts. My blog posting has been consistent, however I Could definitely have put in more effort with my posts. – Longer, more comprehensive – more ideas could have been thought about and discussed.