Back to H808
Today was the cut-off for my H800 ECA and fortunately I made it and submitted it yesterday evening. It was a hard piece of work, and let me tell you H800 is a very interesting, but also very demanding course. Initially I wanted to start my MAODE study with two other H-courses which already finished June as I had plans for vacation, but a course advisor recommended to take H800 first and told me no problem with vacations and it was an easy going courses. Honestly there was no easy-going, it was like riding a fast train who did not stop until today, and now I have to jump and catch the H808 train which is already far away and I just found out there is or should I say was a group work scheduled that will end in three days. Great, and it’s part of the first TMA. How am I going to manage that? It’s quite ironic that we read Kerawalla’s studies (2008/09) with students from the H808 course.
Well, it does not help to complain, but I will sit down and start reading and make the best out of it. I just wonder on what I will reflect for TMA01? I think my peers will have enough to report, the one who showed up first at the very end and that collaborative work does not work this way, and I am sorry that I join in so late, sorry for my peers and sorry for me ;-), but finishing one course, working full-time, and doing another course H810 – haven’t done anything for this course either 😦 – is not easy. Well, back to work.