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Study Guide | How to submit evidence,
Submitting evidence
 
In order to successfully complete each unit learners are required to participate in a number of ‘online’ discussions and engage in a series of prescribed activities prior to submitting a written assignment. Successful learners will be those that have been able to provide evidence to demonstrate what they have gained from each of the following areas of study:
 
1. Unit notes 2. Online discussions  
3. Designated activities 4. Self motivated research and study  
         
Supporting evidence should be provided within the written dissertation using the following methods:
 
1. Bibliography 2. Quote referencing  
3. Appendixes 4. Figures or examples  
         

Electronic copies should be saved in Word (.doc) or Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) formats.

Hard copies should be posted (recorded delivery only) to: Digitalife Limited, Centre Devised Diploma (online), Carlisle Business Centre, 60 Carlisle Road, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD8 8BD.

Consider the following reference books for guidance with writing written assignments:

 
Secrets for a Successful Dissertation by Jan Secrist, Debra J. Wright, and Jacqueline Fitzpatrick (Sage Publications, 1998)
   
Writing Your Dissertation in Fifteen Minutes a Day: A Guide to Starting, Revising, and Finishing Your Doctoral Thesis by Joan Bolker (Henry Holt and Company, 1998)
 
 
 
Study Guide | How to submit evidence,
 
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