Archive | Portfolio RSS feed for this section

#OneNewThing – Padlet

“Padlet is a virtual wall that allows people to express their thoughts on a common topic easily. It works like an online sheet of paper where people can put any content (e.g. images, videos, documents, text) anywhere on the page, together with anyone, from any device.” (Mrs. Treichler) Platforms:  Web, iOS, Android, also has plugins […]

Continue Reading Comments Off on #OneNewThing – Padlet

App of the Week: SeeSaw – Reflective Journals and ePortfolios

Special thanks to Gustavo Urdaneta, a professor in the Spanish Department, for recommending this app. SeeSaw is an easy to use, online journaling and portfolio application.  The many features allows faculty and students to use the app in many different ways.  Professor Urdaneta is using it to allow his students more language practice time and to […]

Continue Reading Comments Off on App of the Week: SeeSaw – Reflective Journals and ePortfolios

Using Digital Portfolios in the Classroom

When I first began teaching, each class involved a major research paper that was due at the end of the semester.  Much to my chagrin, most students never picked up their graded papers, having already left for home and forgotten the assignment entirely. About four years ago, I was cleaning out my office, and discovered […]

Continue Reading Comments Off on Using Digital Portfolios in the Classroom

Dear TLT: How do I Merge Multiple PDFs into One File for T&P?

Dear TLT, I do not have Adobe Acrobat XI Pro, and I need to merge multiple PDFs into one file for my Tenure and Promotion (T&P) packet.  Are there any FREE solutions that will produce the same results? Sincerely, Professor C.F. Xavier Dear Professor Xavier, Thank you for this very timely question!  There are FREE […]

Continue Reading Comments Off on Dear TLT: How do I Merge Multiple PDFs into One File for T&P?

Roundtable Discussion is now available for viewing

Roundtable Discussion: Student Portfolios for Assessment, Reflection, & Employment is now available for online viewing.  Panelists:  Dr. Chris Warnick (English), Dr. Chris Korey (FYE), Dr. Beth Goodier (Communication), Dr. Kevin Keenan (Political Science), Denny Ciganovic (Career Services). Description:  Five people give their take on student portfolios and discuss what they look for in a portfolio and […]

Continue Reading Comments Off on Roundtable Discussion is now available for viewing

Faculty Roundtable Discussion

Please join your colleagues in Tate 202 on Tuesday, October 1, at 12:30 PM, for a discussion on the use of student portfolios for learning, assessment, and career development. Guest panelists, Denny Ciganovic, Beth Goodier, Kevin Keenan, Chris Korey, and Chris Warnick, will share their experiences and highlight the many uses of portfolios. This event […]

Continue Reading Comments Off on Faculty Roundtable Discussion
Skip to toolbar