NCFE STLiS course

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Does anyone know how important the total learning time record is for grading/completion of the course? The first unit I worked solely on a word document then cut and pasted my answers into the online answer area as I am always paranoid about loosing work and because my notebook computer has a small screen area so it's far easier to work in Word. However, I then found the time record and this obviously wasn't a true reflection of the amount of time I had spent on the unit. So for unit 2 I have completed it online so my hours are reflected and typically today my paranoia was realised. After completing 2 hours work, I pressed a button by mistake and lost the whole 2 hours work!!! Yes, I know i should keep pressing save but it's heartbreaking to loose all that work and I think I would rather revert to the trusty Word which I can set to autosave, but I am concerned how the learning time measured may affect my outcome of the course!!
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leanne gray

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Hi Leanna! This will not have a negative impact on your course or grading, however perhaps consider saving your work in a word document also as an additional backup. Thanks :)
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hi I was thinking the same, sometimes I answer my questions and do my work on Word which may take me a couple of hours, But then when I copy and paste  the work on to my account it takes a couple of minutes and does not show up in my learning time.
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I have done the same with my  work before lost I!!!!, don't be to disappoint ,if it happens again left click mouse and press undo this will bring your work back .. That's the same reason I work from Word....lol