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Contact-new.svg Carys Lloyd
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Occupation:DipGradIT student at EIT (NZ)
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About me

I'm studying a Graduate Diploma in IT at the Eastern Institute of Technology (EIT) in Napier, New Zealand.

In our Digital Learning Technologies paper, we are exploring the use of wikis, blogs and social media in education by actually using them, rather than just learning the theory.

This page covers the elements that we are being assessed on for our course.

Digital Learning Technologies

For more information about what we're learning about in class, check out the links below:

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The blog I'm writing for this course can be reached here.

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Final implementation report
Image source We’re at the finish line now – here’s my final submission for my e-learning project on worm farming. Personal learning and reflection This project has been a mixture of fun, frustration, ease and difficul...
— Carys 2016-05-29 22:20:23
Peer review
Image source Well, I don’t know if I dare jinx it – but I think my project is nearly finished! My website is finished, I’ve written my final implementation report (to be published here next week) and I’ve fi...
— Carys 2016-05-28 04:57:42
The Video.
Image source This week I finally got around to the part of my project I’ve been dreading the most… the video. My wonderful classmate Ria came and videoed me talking about how to collect and use vermiliquid and vermicasts (that&...
— Carys 2016-05-24 09:11:53
Uploading Storyline files to my website
Now that I’ve developed a couple of modules in Articulate Storyline 2, I thought it would be fun to load them onto my website and test how they work. Publishing modules for the Web in Storyline is pretty easy – you just click...
— Carys 2016-05-16 09:49:30

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Media elements

The Spirit of Napier Fountain, Marine Parade, Napier. Image by Mitchell Oliver.[1]


  1. Educational technology. (2016, March 9). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 20:05, March 9, 2016, from