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Promoting Access Through Digital Portfolio Design

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Promoting
Access:
Information Literacy Through
Digital Portfolio Design


Chris Friend
University of Central Florida
@chri...

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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- and web-based portfolios.

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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Promoting Access Through Digital Portfolio Design

  1. 1. Promoting Access: Information Literacy Through Digital Portfolio Design Chris Friend University of Central Florida @chris_friend friend@ucf.edu Image courtesy Microsoft.
  2. 2. They hate these. Image courtesy Microsoft.
  3. 3. We hate this. soft. Image courtesy Micro
  4. 4. They write like this. Image courtesy Microsoft.
  5. 5. We grade like this. Image courtesy Microsoft.
  6. 6. WHY? Image courtesy Microsoft.
  7. 7. Solved.
  8. 8. Common Portfolios Student Portfolio Images courtesy Microsoft.
  9. 9. 5 Tools Students Should Learn Image courtesy Microsoft.
  10. 10. Rely on styles.
  11. 11. Consistency Image courtesy nutmeg66 on Flickr
  12. 12. Machine- readability Image courtesy Microsoft
  13. 13. Track sources. • External References • Peer contributions
  14. 14. What we could see
  15. 15. [The image of peer-reviewed work with comments from multiple students has been omitted from this copy of the presentation out of respect for the students’ privacy.] Image showed multi-colored commentary and highlighted changes to emphasize the conversation around—and work behind— the text, rather than only the text itself.
  16. 16. Use hyperlinks.
  17. 17. sources (Coleman 383). Within a Coleman, Anita. "Instruments of Cognition: Use document of Citations and Web Links in Online Teaching Materials." Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 56.4 (2005): 382-392. Web. To other documents
  18. 18. Add metadata.
  19. 19. Possible Tags • Authors’ contact info • Project details • Keywords Image courtesy Microsoft.
  20. 20. Improve SEO
  21. 21. What if…? Images © Apple.
  22. 22. Convert files.
  23. 23. Master Document
  24. 24. 1. Rely on styles 2. Track sources 3. Use hyperlinks 4. Add metadata 5. Convert files Image courtesy Microsoft.
  25. 25. Thank You. Chris Friend University of Central Florida @chris_friend friend@ucf.edu

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