Course Description: EDUC 6428

Developing Digital Professional Portfolios

Description:
This course is designed for students to develop advanced skills and knowledge in the design, development, integration, and use of multimedia resources by creating a professional digital portfolio.

Objectives - students will:

  1. Examine the different types of portfolios that exist

  2. Define what a digital portfolio is

  3. Describe the typical components of a digital portfolio

  4. Describe the advantages and disadvantages to using a variety of hardware and software for creating digital portfolios

  5. Describe the process for developing a digital portfolio

  6. Develop advanced skills and knowledge in the design, development, integration and use of multimedia resources by creating a professional digital portfolio

  7. Develop several assignments that will lead to the completion of their portfolios. Design a web-based digital portfolio

  8. Critique the content of their peers' digital portfolios

Prerequisites:
None currently indicated.

 

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