This is a one-day course with the purpose of identifying some of the principles of good portfolio design. The class begins with a large group discussion about basic design and basic terminology. The instructor uses the Internet to demonstrate several portfolios that have various design flaws. With handouts of the digital portfolio design ideals, the area educators will have small group discussions, and begin to work on their portfolio design. The Internet will be used for participants to find graphics to incorporate in their portfolios.
- Upon completion of the presentation, the area educators will be able to define the following terms: digital portfolio and electronic portfolio. They will also explain each term as it pertains to portfolio design.
- Given three sample digital portfolios demonstrating a particular design flaw, the area educators will be able to select adjustments that correctly observe the digital portfolio design ideals.
- Upon completion of the presentation, the area educators will be able to use provided templates to produce a preliminary portfolio design.
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