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MERLOT’s Content Builder is a free and open tool for you to create your own website. People have different goals for creating their own web pages and each goal can be better served by a different website design.A teacher or faculty may want to organize their teaching resources, principles about teaching, and any other information...
MERLOT’s Content Builder is a free and open tool for you to create your own website. People have different goals for creating their own web pages and each goal can be better served by a different website design.
A teacher or faculty may want to organize their teaching resources, principles about teaching, and any other information that presents their case for what and how they teach. S/he can create a Teaching ePortfolio which describes the range of curriculum and pedagogies they have used in the classroom. The most common use of an e-Portfolio is within colleges of education, as these students are often required to describe their own teaching and learning experiences. However, they are also used my people in a variety of other discipline who have to demonstrate their teaching experiences.
This website is meant to show you the different types of designs that MERLOT members have created and these designs can then be models to help you plan the design of your own. The examples we provide are grouped into different categories of user.
There are 11 parts to this website including Teaching e-Portfolios, Lesson Plans, Pedagogical Analysis, Learning e-Portfolios, Student Reflections, Online Courses, Tutorials, Presentations, Career e-Portfolios and Community Websites. All can be accessed on the left side navigation. Keep in mind that this entire site was created using the MERLOT Content Builder.