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The blog is on a temporary hiatus while I catch up with some university work.

Hi! My name is Gareth, and this is my blog. I use this blog to reflect on my studies and experiences in the fields of technical communication and e-learning. I will be documenting and reflecting on theories, tools, resources within the fields of technical communication and e-learning. Also, I will be reflecting on my personal experiences within these fields like how my experience with the field of techncial communication changed my perception of my colour-blindness.

On this homepage, you will find my three most recent blog posts. They will be in chronological order from top to bottom. For older posts, please visit my ‘Archive’ page. Also, I have an ‘About me’ page set up if you wish to know more about me. On the right side of this page, you will find a drop down menu that contains categories that my blog posts fall under. If you wish to read my posts categorically, please do use this drop down menu. Finally, there is a ‘Blogs that I follow section’. Please use this feature to explore other blogs that write on subjects within the fields of technical communication and e-learning.

My Most Recent Blog Posts

Education, Careers, and Social Activism: Reflecting on My Postgraduate Degree to Understand My Future

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24th March 2021

This blog post reflects on my postgraduate degree and what I learned during the degree. The post also discusses my passion for social activism and my career goals.

Deficiency or Greatest Asset? Reflecting on my Colour Blindness as an Asset in my Career

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18th March 2021

This blog post discusses my former relationship with my colour-blindness. Also, the blog post discusses my new relationship with my colour-blindness as a result of my university experience.

Forging my Career Path Using my Technical Communication and E-Learning Degree

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10th March 2020

This blog post discusses my passion for social activism, my degree, and my career. I reflect on the my frustration with the job market and how I overcame this frustration.

For any older posts, please visit my ‘Archive’ page.