A quick breather
Posted: March 28, 2015
It’s been an absolute age since I wrote anything for my website. I started my MSc in Human-Computer Interaction with Ergonomics at UCL in September 2014 and have been working hard ever since. Naturally, all good intentions of blogging about what I learned went by the wayside as soon as I realised what a serious undertaking the course was in terms of workload.
However, I’ve just finished the second term so it’s time for a quick breather before I embark on another round of coursework, a couple of exams then starting work on my project part-time while I look for work.
I’ve learned loads on the course. I’m not going to even attempt to summarise it here, but some of the project work I’ve done will be added to my portfolio.
I’m looking forward to my project too: I’m still very much at the early stages but my area of focus will be around gathering user requirements for technology to support Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) techniques.
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