Part of technology proficiency includes the ability to present content within a course using appropriate technologies such as Powerpoint, digital video, online slideshows or online course or tutorial pages. That is, content exhibited in electronic format.
The portfolio should include a detailed description of what was presented and the technology used with a link to presentation materials or screen captures whenever possible. Reflections of what worked or what needs improvement can also be added.
Common presentation technologies include:
- Powerpoint or Keynote files used in class
- Using Clicker systems for polls
- Annotated presentations with Doceri
- Digital video or audio shown in class
- Flash demonstrations used in class
- Multimedia demonstrations used in class
- Web sites shown in class
- Tablet PC’s used for class presentations
- Online images shown in class
The best options for presentations in a face-to-face course are generally technology classrooms equipped with a digital projector and a computer podium.
See the CLC Technology Classroom page for information on reserving and using technology classrooms.