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Developing Your Master's E-Portfolio: An Instructional Module

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Title:Developing Your Master's E-Portfolio: An Instructional Module
Authors:Adams, Renee
Contributors:Menchaca, Michael (instructor)
Keywords:Master's E-Portfolio, Instructional Module, Educational Technology, UH Manoa, OTEC, VoiceThread
Date Issued:14 Apr 2011
Citation:Adams, R. (2011, April 14). Developing your master's e-portfolio: An instructional module. Paper presented at the 16th Annual Technology, Colleges, and Community Worldwide Online Conference.
Abstract:Graduate students in the Online Educational Technology Masters program (OTEC) at the University of Hawaii Manoa are required to produce an electronic portfolio in order to graduate. This task is addressed throughout the course of the program, yet is outside the scope of any specific course, leaving students to proceed independently with the production of their e-portfolios. This instructional module provided information to support students’ work on their e-portfolios. The module was delivered through a website that utilized VoiceThreads to provide information and an interactive learning space as well as sample student work and additional resources. Survey results indicated that all participants found the module helpful in providing information regarding various aspects of the task. All participants showed improvement in one of the most challenging areas, understanding and application of the AECT standards to the e-portfolio. Responses indicated an appreciation for straightforward, clarifying information and additional resources for this task. Questions and suggestions from participants will be shared with program instructors for consideration.
Description:Culminating work for Master's in Education in Educational Technology from the University of Hawaii Manoa including master's thesis and slides from the presentation of the project at the 16th Annual Worldwide Online TCC conference.
Rights:Please see the Creative Commons License for these works.
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Appears in Collections: ETEC 690, Spring 2011

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