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Course ePortfolio

HBCU Webinar 6.29.2021

This is an example of a course e-portfolio that you can create for you and your students.

Share

1.  Be a member of MERLOT

2.  Create a Bookmark Collection to use for this class.

Pedagogical Approach

  • Explain the approach to the course:  lecture, lab, hybrid, f-2-f, etc.

Learning Outcomes

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

Assessment

  • How will you assess your students?
    • Project
    • Test
    • Presentation
    • Portfolio
    • Combination of the above
    • Other

Other Information

None

Course Resources

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  • Basics of Copyright Law for Educators
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    American Panorama (Collection)
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    This site provides a lot of "do's" and "don'ts" for classroom discussion. It is useful not only for prospective... More
  • Tulane's Accessible Syllabus Site
    Tulane's Accessible Syllabus Site (Reference Material)
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