The Connected BCM Classroom – OUTRO

The story doesn’t end just yet

button_endHere we are, four weeks since this project started, and it has – against my most wistful expectations – opened up even more questions than it could actually answer.

I will close this story off with some memorable moments from my interview with a lecturer/tutor.

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That’s about it. Thank you for sticking around – it has been some tremendous fun, hasn’t it?

Mia (Minh-Anh)


My gratitude goes to my teachers – coordinator, lecturer, tutor, my focus group participants, my interviewee, my friends, my significant other, and of course, to my parents. This project could never have been completed without all of your suppport.

I want to go back and explore the locations

McKinnon building – to lecture
Building 19 – to tutorial
Home – to self-study

I want to go back to the beginning



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Sources for Research Methods (Consulted during the research process):

Bryman, A 2012, Social Research Methods, 4th edn, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

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Author: Minh-Anh Mia Do

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