Unit 3 | Reflecting on Critical Inquiry – Fostering Meta Cognition (2 weeks)


In this Unit, you will critically reflect on the experience of participating in the chosen learning opportunity as outlined in your individual learning plan, and on the experience of conducting a critical inquiry. You will critically reflect on, and discuss, aspects of the various technologies explored and the related critical issues that were examined and their impact on organizations and society. Reflection on the experience of conducting a critical inquiry will begin to assist you as you increasingly shift from a consumer of research to a producer of research in the second year of your program.

Learning Activities and Assignments

  • Complete Unit 3 Activity 1Blog post summary.
  • Engage in interactive discussions on course and student blog sites.
  • Participate in class bi-weekly meet-ups (synchronous) or view the recordings – see Schedule for dates/times.
  • Complete Assignment 1 Part 4 | Critical Academic Reflective Paper

Required Readings and Resources

Readings done as part of Unit 1 and Unit 2 as well as those identified in individual learning plans and approved by the course instructor (Assignment 1 Part 1) and also those that emerge based on modality experience and critical inquiry process.

Activity 1

Write a 200-300 word final blog post summing up your blogged posts to date, in a way that would represent how you might describe your blogging to a colleague unfamiliar with your topic.

ADDED BY INSTRUCTOR APRIL 27: Comment in a helpful way on a minimum of 3 other individual blogs. Try to find blogs that don’t have many comments to ensure everyone has the benefits of peer insights.

ADDED BY INSTRUCTOR MAY 19: The total individual blog post requirement throughout the course is revised to two, and a total of six blog comments across the course. You may adjust each blogging activity accordingly.



Assignment 1 Part 4 | Critical Academic Reflective Paper

Submit Assignment 1 Part 4 as per the date in the Course Schedule


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