Wednesday, May 20, 2009

My writing project

Here is (one of) my current writing projects. It's basically a training document for the teachers that will be using this piece of software at the district. I want it to be readable and efficient. These teachers are very busy.

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PCOE's ePortfolio system


Welcome to our ePortfolio system! This module enables student work from within Moodle to be stored in a portfolio-like format. Once activated, students can publish their work from multiple courses, building up content over time, organized how they see fit. This document has three parts:

  1. Features overview
  2. Fast start tutorial
  3. Features in depth


Features Overview

Here is an overview of the main features of the ePortfolio:

• a starting page where students can post their curriculum vitae, resume, letters of introduction, etc.

• a two-level content category system (main category and sub category) to hold various content types (data)

• file management within the category system (i.e. for publication of one’s best work efforts)

• publication of interesting links within Moodle or into the web via weblink

• self-reflection and documentation of one’s personal learning style by using private notes (with the option for publication within Moodle or into the web via weblink)

• commenting functionality for published links, files and notes

• export functionality into a SCORM zip format

• cross-course usage of the ePortfolio

• import of assignments from within all moodle courses into an individual portfolio

• import of previous ePortfolio module exported SCORM packages

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Other parts coming next ...

L.

4 comments:

  1. i am unable to open the submission, "Here's my writing project." It just keeps coming back to the same page. Any ideas?

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  3. Ah! Never mind. Isn't the page we're viewing the project itself?

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  4. When you click on the title of a post, it will show that post only in its entirety on a new page. Then you can make remarks by clicking on the Post Comment button on the bottom of the page. I hope this helps.

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