Somewhere in the dissertation I should draw attention to all of the digital tools I've used during the dissertation. Actually, this is a section that should sit within the Acknowledgements and Bibliography section.
When I talk about the different tools that are available to students - or perhaps more specifically when I talk about my plans to create original work in the rationale - I would then hyperlink to the different tools I have used myself during the dissertation.
During the dissemination rationale I will discuss the idea of originality and discuss whether we should be acknowledging the digital tools and spaces that can significantly influence how we represent our ideas.
Just a quick thought on what this might include (and perhaps I would group them by their function or by how I've used them): Photoshop, PowerPoint, Word, Weebly, Sound Studio, Thing link, Bloom. Actually, I should stick to the compositional and representational tools and spaces, not stuff like Dropbox.
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