I have an MA paper to write ….

I have an MA paper to write as part of the Research Development Fellowship grant I have from LSIS.  It’s kind of praying on my mind.  The term ‘Literature Review’ is sending shivers down my spine.

Yet I like writing. I like writing this blog. I really liked what Julie Hugues said at a recent HuddCETT event that blogging is ‘thinking through your fingers’. Yet here I am blogging instead of getting down to MA business.

Lots of the tutors on my Technology for Learning Delivery course have started blogging, and it is interesting how many of their first posts are questioning what their blog is to be about and do they have anything to say that someone would be interested in. And reviewing my old Posterous blog, my initial musings followed similar lines – yet these were the posts that got deleted as I transferred my posts over to this blog.

I’ve been wondering if I write this blog for a specific audience. I certainly don’t get a lot of comments, if that is very evidence of audience. But I do feel a little disgruntled that at the last residential we spent a considerable amount of time discussing the MA paper, structuring this, bringing our research ‘to life’, yet despite all the talk of the need to disseminate our research, I have to write 4000 words that one, possible two, people will read.

Honestly, what’s the point?


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