In light of the current COVID-19 (Coronavirus) emergency, and per the Chancellor’s directive, our entire campus is currently prioritizing support for our students, faculty, and staff as the transition to Distance Education is underway.
In order to assist you with the transition, the Information Technology and Educational Technology Departments have been coordinating comprehensive information, resource, and training effort. The goal is to ensure that all of our constituents have access to the necessary technology and support that may be needed.
A single resource website has been set up as the Go-To for all of your transition readiness needs. This website will be updated frequently and we recommend you to bookmark it for easy access.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, EdTech services will be offered remotely. While staff are not on campus, we are eager and available to help. For assistance please contact us to our email or Skype links below.
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Students use eportfolios to showcase their learning process by reflecting upon assignments and improving their skills by documenting steps or processes using a wide range of artifacts such as text-based assignments, drawings, videos, photos and audio podcasts. Digital portfolios provide students with the opportunity to reflect on assignments and this allows them to grow as individuals and improve their learning skills. To learn more and to create an e-portfolio, please visit the student section.
Faculty use eportfolios to document new acquired skills and career advancements. Digital portfolios provide instructors with the most appropriate medium to list courses they have taught, curriculum development and many other life-long experiences they can bring into the teaching process. To learn more and to create an eportfolio or to use them in your class, please visit the section on ePortfolio Benefits.