Geeky Things I Made for My Masters

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By: Currently… Fall 2019 – A Geek Girl’s Guide

Geeky Things I Made for My Masters

Sat, 30 Nov 2019 16:55:21 +0000

Geeky Things I Made for My Masters

[…] graduating with my master’s in August, I got offered a great job the following […]

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By: Currently… Fall 2019 – A Geek Girl’s Guide

Geeky Things I Made for My Masters

Sat, 30 Nov 2019 16:55:21 +0000

Geeky Things I Made for My Masters

[…] graduating with my master’s in August, I got offered a great job the following […]

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By: Currently… Summer 2019 – A Geek Girl’s Guide

Geeky Things I Made for My Masters

Sun, 01 Sep 2019 16:57:18 +0000

Geeky Things I Made for My Masters

[…] Communication with a concentration in Web Design and Online Communication. I wrote a post about the geeky things I did for projects during my masters that you can check […]

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By: 24 Geeky Facts About Me – A Geek Girl’s Guide

Geeky Things I Made for My Masters

Thu, 15 Aug 2019 04:03:52 +0000

Geeky Things I Made for My Masters

[…] I’ve used my geeky interests in my academics often […]

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By: Heather | Nerdy By Nature Blog

Geeky Things I Made for My Masters

Wed, 14 Aug 2019 16:06:33 +0000

Geeky Things I Made for My Masters

Congrats! That V for Vendetta cover is gorgeous.

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By: Michelle | A Geek Girl’s Guide

Geeky Things I Made for My Masters

Mon, 12 Aug 2019 20:31:22 +0000

Geeky Things I Made for My Masters

That is awesome!!

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By: Michelle | A Geek Girl’s Guide

Geeky Things I Made for My Masters

Mon, 12 Aug 2019 20:30:42 +0000

Geeky Things I Made for My Masters

Yeah most people assume that for masters degrees it is very theoretical and involves a thesis. But I definitely prefer the practical side of my degree.

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By: Vamp It Up Mcr (Chrissie)

Geeky Things I Made for My Masters

Mon, 12 Aug 2019 12:58:41 +0000

Geeky Things I Made for My Masters

Congratulations! I never thought a degree could involve so much practical work and fun. I love every single theme you based your projects around. Great use of ‘What’s this?’ quote.

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By: Kaitlyn Morgan

Geeky Things I Made for My Masters

Sun, 11 Aug 2019 19:53:04 +0000

Geeky Things I Made for My Masters

These projects are great!

I’m currently taking a community college program to become a library technician. In my first semester, we had to write an essay on anything that semi-related to our program, so I talked about board game collections in libraries. Then in the same class, we had to give a brief 5 minute presentation on a topic of our choice. So I took the opportunity to teach my class about the board game Gloom.

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By: Heather

Geeky Things I Made for My Masters

Sat, 10 Aug 2019 18:07:25 +0000

Geeky Things I Made for My Masters

There weren’t really many other opportunities in my Masters, but I did enjoy having a group project that required us to build a website and being the only person in our entire class who really had ANY coding experience. Up to that point, I really did consider myself a total amateur, and it showed me just how much I did know. It also meant that I was able to skip the learning process for coding and concentrate on SEO which has been a lot more useful.

In my two undergraduate degrees (Art History and English Literature) I took every opportunity I could to specialise in geek/fantasy subjects. A highlight was getting to re-read Harry Potter as part of the Children’s Literature course, for example. I’d see all the law and science students with their massive textbooks and I’d be there with my fantasy books ]]>

I love this! I had great fun adding a geeky twist to some of Masters projects whenever I could. One project I can specifically remember was our cataloguing project. We had to choose a collection of items that we had and catalogue them using a particular cataloguing system. Naturally, I chose video games 😀

There weren’t really many other opportunities in my Masters, but I did enjoy having a group project that required us to build a website and being the only person in our entire class who really had ANY coding experience. Up to that point, I really did consider myself a total amateur, and it showed me just how much I did know. It also meant that I was able to skip the learning process for coding and concentrate on SEO which has been a lot more useful.

In my two undergraduate degrees (Art History and English Literature) I took every opportunity I could to specialise in geek/fantasy subjects. A highlight was getting to re-read Harry Potter as part of the Children’s Literature course, for example. I’d see all the law and science students with their massive textbooks and I’d be there with my fantasy books 😀

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