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Building an ePortfolio Educational Technology Support Faculty of Education Creative commons licensed image courtesy of Incase
Agenda: Samples of ePortfolios Artefact Review FIPPA & privacy Copyright Getting started with Wordpress
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Be mindful of your students’ privacy : Did you change or redact the names of the students? Take photos creatively Utilize Creative Commons Images
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Agenda Samples of eP’s? Artefact Review? FiPPA and Copyright... Getting Started
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What are some features you might be looking for in a platform? Support Ease of use vs. full control Multimedia support Capacity Longevity Platform Features & Considerations
Powered by UBC Blogs is on a Canadian-hosted Server!
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Things to go show in WordPress Privacy setting Import/Export data Delete site Set themes Create page/post Post photo and credits
Agenda What is an ePortfolio? How can I create it? What are some issues to consider? What are some tools to get me started? How can I organize my blog?
Page One (Welcome) Page Two (Autobiography) Artifact 1 (CV) Artifact 2 (Reflection) Artifact 3 (entrance essay for TEO) Page Three (Philosophy) Artifact 4 Page Four Artifact 5, etc. etc.
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Pages, posts, comments
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Blogging 102 Getting Customized!. Choosing your theme A WordPress Theme is the design of your blog. Much like every magazine has its own unique design,
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Getting Started with WordPress David Grogan
OD Process to Guide Change Shirley J. Caruso, M. A. Human Resource Development © 2011.
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EdCube Connect: Collaborative e-Portfolios Discovery-based Software Publisher
It is very important to understand that all images are created by people. All media images are representations of reality that can shape peoples ideas.
Blogging 101 Getting Focused!. Getting Focused Now that youre all set up and ready to rock, its time to decide what youre going to blog about. Blogs need.
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Greg Sennema library.wlu.ca/blogs/technolibrarian Library Blogs using WordPress Greg Sennema Electronic Services Librarian Wilfrid Laurier University Session.
Tammy Cline Instructional Technology Specialist Bentonville Public Schools
Creating an Electronic Portfolio Saundra Selness, MS Information Technology Services.
The Power Of Custom Types John Havlik
Introduction to MyLO for Students This work by the Tasmanian Institute of Learning and Teaching is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International.
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