HBCU Webinar 6.29.2021 - copy
This is an example of a course e-portfolio that you can create for you and your students.
- Explain the approach to the course: lecture, lab, hybrid, f-2-f, etc.
1. To be able to create an eportfolio for a class you are currently (or will) teach
2. To use bookmark collections to provide content for your students
3. To find an e-textbook that can substitute for the course text you currently use
- How will you assess your students?
- Combination of the above
American Panorama (Collection)This site provides maps, materials and photographs of American History. It could be useful in any number of disciplines.
chemistry teaching tools (Development Tool)
Google Arts and Culture (External link)A site that could work for any discipline.
This is a bookmark collection by Dr. Cris Guenter, Professor Emerita, Calstate-Chico.
Copyright and Fair Use Animation (Animation)