Presentation on theme: "Electronic Portfolio in Distributive Learning Environment Plamen Miltenoff Information Specialist / Librarian 204-J James W. Miller Center Learning Resources."— Presentation transcript:
Electronic Portfolio in Distributive Learning Environment Plamen Miltenoff Information Specialist / Librarian 204-J James W. Miller Center Learning Resources and Technology Services St. Cloud State University 720 Fourth Avenue South St. Cloud, MN 56301-4498 320-255-3072 firstname.lastname@example.org http://web.stcloudstate.edu/pmiltenoff/faculty/ http://web.stcloudstate.edu/pmiltenoff/faculty/
both instructors and audiences have difficult time to catch up with the format and to concentrate on the content Electronic Portfolio in Distributive Learning Environment
the question is not how to DELIVER, but how to ORGANIZE the delivery e-portfolio can be delivered vie an Internet connection and mirrored on a CD which of these two forms of delivery to choose, is decided upon targeted audience and material to be delivered
if the audience has the means (Internet access) and needs a round-the-clock access to the material, delivery of material via Internet is appropriate if the learning materials consist of bulky video files, samples can be delivered over the Internet, and the high quality content can be send to the user via CD Electronic Portfolio in Distributive Learning Environment
The MTV generation of learners demands increasing visual content. Internet is about to be replaced by Internet II, and CDs by DVDs. The MTV generation, however, will be replaced by the Nintendo generation, which in addition to visual content, demands interactivity, 3D and VR.