The eLearning Guild: Community & Resources for eLearning Professionals AEA - American Evaluation Association : Home Curriculum21 WSU Virtual Motor City Collection (Detroit News): Home Virtual Motor CityProject Highlights Virtual Motor City Partners and Images Browse Subjects | Decades | Videos Project Goals | Project Timeline | Scanning Procedures | Data Mapping Tables | Contributors | Photo Usage | Comments/Questions Virtual Motor City is the name of an IMLS sponsored digitization project, carried out by the Wayne State University Library System and the Walter P. The digitized images in the project represent a small subset of the Detroit News Collection, one of the premier photojournalistic resources freely available from a national-level newspaper and held at the Reuther Library. In 1997, the Detroit News' outgoing editor and publisher Robert Giles conveyed the paper's original negatives and, significantly, copyright to the Reuther Library at WSU. The full collection consists of more than 800,000 specially selected glass and nitrate, acetate and polyester film-based negatives.
frontiers in education: teacher education Introduction The digitization of the world can be considered a total social fact (Mauss, 1990) because it involves a systemic rethinking of society. As schools are responsible for preparing the next generation for their lives after formal education, teachers are expected to develop students' technological literacy, defined as the way an individual understands technology at a level that enables her/him to effectively function in a modern technological society (Gamire et al., 2006). In the research literature, ETPD in higher education can be understood via three main theoretical approaches, which are based on technology, innovation, or socio-cultural interactions, respectively. This article is the first attempt to conduct, from these three identified theoretical lenses, a systematic literature review on the emerging field of research of ETPD in higher education. Methods Search and Selection Criteria Summarizing Articles and Analysis Figure 1. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Table 1. Results Funding
SALT The eLearning Guild: Community & Resources for eLearning Professionals Electronic Portfolios: Students, Teachers, and Life Long Learners What's a digital or electronic portfolio? How can I develop a student or teacher portfolio? How can text, photos, diagrams, audio, video and other multimedia elements be integrated into a portfolio? Electronic Portfolios are a creative means of organizing, summarizing, and sharing artifacts, information, and ideas about teaching and/or learning, along with personal and professional growth. Read and watch Dr. Explore a couple examples: Teaching Portfolios - Carnegie Foundation - teaching examples Student Portfolios - Mt. Technology and Electronic Portfolios Traditionally, portfolios have been stored in boxes and three-ring binders. Electronic Portfolio Articles and Websites The following articles and links pages provide good background information for electronic portfolios. Professional Educator Portfolio Articles Electronic Portfolio Links Pages Sample Electronic Portfolios Explore examples of online portfolios. Software and Project-Specific Portfolio Examples Electronic Portfolio WebQuest
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