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Presents a digital portfolio—a single PDF containing the multiple documents from a semester—as an effective method for developing information literacy and as an accessible middle ground between print- …

Presents a digital portfolio—a single PDF containing the multiple documents from a semester—as an effective method for developing information literacy and as an accessible middle ground between print- and web-based portfolios.

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  • 1. PromotingAccess:Information Literacy ThroughDigital Portfolio DesignChris FriendUniversity of Central Florida@chris_friendfriend@ucf.edu Image courtesy Microsoft.
  • 2. They hatethese. Image courtesy Microsoft.
  • 3. Wehatethis. soft. Image courtesy Micro
  • 4. They writelike this. Image courtesy Microsoft.
  • 5. We grade like this.Image courtesy Microsoft.
  • 6. WHY?Image courtesy Microsoft.
  • 7. Solved.
  • 8. Common Portfolios Student PortfolioImages courtesy Microsoft.
  • 9. 5 Tools Students Should LearnImage courtesy Microsoft.
  • 10. Rely on styles.
  • 11. ConsistencyImage courtesy nutmeg66 on Flickr
  • 12. Machine- readabilityImage courtesy Microsoft
  • 13. Track sources. • External References • Peer contributions
  • 14. What wecould see
  • 15. [The image of peer-reviewed work withcomments from multiple students has beenomitted from this copy of the presentation out of respect for the students’ privacy.]Image showed multi-colored commentary and highlighted changes to emphasize theconversation around—and work behind— the text, rather than only the text itself.
  • 16. Use hyperlinks.
  • 17. sources (Coleman 383). Within aColeman, Anita. "Instruments of Cognition: Use documentof Citations and Web Links in Online TeachingMaterials." Journal of the American Society forInformation Science and Technology. 56.4(2005): 382-392. Web. To other documents
  • 18. Add metadata.
  • 19. Possible Tags • Authors’ contact info • Project details • KeywordsImage courtesy Microsoft.
  • 20. Improve SEO
  • 21. What if…?Images © Apple.
  • 22. Convert files.
  • 23. MasterDocument
  • 24. 1. Rely on styles 2. Track sources 3. Use hyperlinks 4. Add metadata 5. Convert filesImage courtesy Microsoft.
  • 25. ThankYou.Chris FriendUniversity of Central Florida@chris_friendfriend@ucf.edu