Pre-Requisite Skills, Technology Requirements
and Dispositions for Distance Learning

ePortfolio Intro - Getting started and introductions; ePortfolio Literature and creating a plan; software options and the portfolio development process; developing the digital archive (Excel); building a reflective portfolio (Word) and evaluation.

ePortfolio Tools - Looking at the following common software tools for creating ePortfolios: PowerPoint, Acrobat, Netscape; creating a digital storytelling artifact using a digital video editing program such as iMovie or Pinnacle Studio; creata a rubric and evaluation.

ePortfolio Web - Preparing the ePortfolio for publishing in a variety of formats: CD-ROM, WWW, videotape, DVD and emerging technologies; more literature on e-portfolio research; finalize portfolio and final evaluation.

Course Content Guide:
Electronic Portfolio Development (3 credits)
Course Content Guides (1 credit each) Credit #1 - Credit #2 - Credit #3


Distance Course Policies
Getting Started (Week 1)
Module 1
- Module 2 - Module 3

Dr. Helen Barrett, Instructor



Web-Based Learning Community site

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This course is licensed for use by individuals who purchased the CD on which it is published. All other use of the materials requires a separate license with the author. This is the HTML version in the Class folder, that should be used to follow the links. Open the file index.html with your browser. An up-to-date version is stored on Dr. Barrett’s website at the link listed below.

An online Learning Management System (LMS) site has been set up to support the reflection components of this class. Go to http://electronicportfolio.org/onlinecourse/ to gain access to the online community. Use the code 123456 to set up a personal account on the LMS site.

Watch for announcements on that web page that are available only to purchasers of this CD.

©2005, Helen C. Barrett, Ph.D.
updated October 17, 2005