Guide to related blogs

This homepage would be used as a blogsite for occasional postings and announcements about this ePortfolio.

This blog features a menu for a template for an undergraduate ePortfolio that would used to display a student’s Eastern experience.  This ePorfolio website also has links to related blogs.

For a powerpoint presentation that we are using in Fall 2011 to introduce students and faculty to developing ePortfolios, click here E-Portfolio 0811.

Professor Martin Seymour from the Communication Department has developed online modules on developing one’s ePortfolio using WordPress at http://seym3stu.wordpress.com/getting-started/ .

In Spring 2011, Abbie Beckoff, a first-year student then, developed this introducing powerpoint on the skydrive and connecting files to an ePortfolio in word press at

http://cid-4da479584c5042c9.office.live.com/view.aspx/New%20folder/eportfolio.ppt

A presentation that includes a discussion of file security may be viewed here by clicking on
ePortfolio dev 0711

The template for those in the MS in Educational Technology program may be found at

http://edtechecsu.wordpress.com/.

An evolving blog on international connections in Education may be found at

http://interconescu.wordpress.com/

The website for the Summer Institute for Future Teachers @ Eastern Connecticut State University, July 2011, may be found at http://sift2011.wordpress.com/.

Notes on our colloquium in World Religions may be found at

http://worldreligionecsu.wordpress.com/ .

My recent writings may be found at

http://writingsdls.wordpress.com/

Dr. David Stoloff

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