In all honesty, I’ve always been one of those people who needs a structured rubric to go off for assessments in order to feel like I’m making progress and completing the tasks at hand. So when I was handed the unstructured mess known as a “digital artefact” (aka. disaster awaiting) for my final BCM112 assessment, you could say I had a minor meltdown…
When I say minor, I mean to the extent of thinking about going and sliding under my doona covers until it picked itself up out of my hands and went back to where it came from. HOWEVER, I never shy away from a challenge, and refuse to fail at anything I do (blame the competitive side of the alter ego in me), so I guess the freedom of this DA could be a good thing.
Since I already have a relatively established blog, I thought it would be best to stick to my guns and utilise the platform which I have experience using, and a passion for. So blogging is a no-brainer for me. If I combine this with the small amount of knowledge I have of video editing, I could be on track to a pretty satisfactory DA. These are more than likely going to be my media mediums but I have been told many times to never overlook the principal of FEFO.
So without further ado, here are my ideas for my DA:
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I guess you can say I do have a few ideas brewing under the surface, but for now I think the most probable DA for me would be travel based, as it is what I’m familiar with and passionate about. This will be a good opportunity for me to establish a good travel portfolio with work to support my drive to continue with travel blogging!