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Archive Positions for the Web Lunch and Learn Session February 9, 2001 Bill Vilberg Instructional Headway Center Foundation Logic Why would that be no "right" way? Course of study = hindrance course 5 courses/semester Diverse educators Distinctive prerequisites
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Report Formats for the Web Lunch and Learn Session February 9, 2001 Bill Vilberg Instructional Advancement Center

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Background Philosophy Why arrives no “correct” way?

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Course of study = deterrent course 5 courses/semester Different educators Different necessities Different systems Technical material (at any rate in major) Ed-Tech Lunch and Learn Series

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Outcome = fearlessness Student can meet outer objectives Student can learn new material Student can convey in distinctive ways (Not: Student knows “the subject” or has “the skills”) Ed-Tech Lunch and Learn Series

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However you do it is OK! Be useful or requesting Provide express direction or open finished undertakings Grade on a bend or a rate Use rubrics or subjective rules Give addresses or hold dialogs Ed-Tech Lunch and Learn Series

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As long as… You regard and quality your understudies You demonstrate your energy for your subject Students encounter a mixed bag of employees (obstructions) Ed-Tech Lunch and Learn Series

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Word Documents Formats for the Web

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Example 1 Put a freebee on-line Created in Microsoft Word Saved as “.doc” record Ed-Tech Lunch and Learn Series

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Alternatives 1. Transfer “.doc” record 2. Save “.doc” as “.html” and transfer it 3. Save “.doc” as “.rtf” and transfer it 4. Duplicate and glue content into archive 5. Make “.pdf” record from “.doc” and transfer it 6. Print it and make duplicates for the class Ed-Tech Lunch and Learn Series

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1. Transfer “.doc” record (+) Easiest for you; no transformation required (+) Gives understudies genuine archive, generally as you made it (+) Lets you utilize full force of Word (- ) must have Word or (free) Word Viewer to see the report (- ) Word archives are not as little as they could be Ed-Tech Lunch and Learn Series

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Demonstration 1. Transfer “.doc” document

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2. Save “.doc” as “.html” and transfer it (+) Easiest for understudies; HTML is most perfect configuration with the Web (+) Allows utilization of arranging, tables, and design (+/ - ) Small archives as local HTML; Microsoft HTML is bigger than regular (- ) Loses some organizing Ed-Tech Lunch and Learn Series

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Demonstration 2. Save “.doc” as “.html” and transfer it

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3. Save “.doc” as “.rtf” and transfer it (+) Opens with any word processor (+) Available from any word processor (+) Keeps most arranging (- ) Loses some particular designing Ed-Tech Lunch and Learn Series

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Demonstration 3. Save “.doc” as “.rtf” and transfer it

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4. Duplicate and glue content into archive (+) Brings in content from anyplace (+/ - ) No connection/join; simple to access by understudies; takes up a ton of space (- ) Loses ALL organizing aside from section breaks Ed-Tech Lunch and Learn Series

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Demonstration 4. Duplicate and glue content into archive

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5. Make “.pdf” record from “.doc” and transfer it .pdf = Adobe Acrobat versatile report group (+) Preserves arranging consummately (+) Protects archive from change (+/ - ) Acrobat Reader is free and broadly accessible, however a “plugin” (+) Allows simple sparing and printing of document (- ) Program to make .pdf documents costs ~$80 (+) Send records to iac.help@miami.edu for transformation Ed-Tech Lunch and Learn Series

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Demonstration 5. Make “.pdf” document from “.doc” and transfer it

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6. Print it and make duplicates for the class (+) You know the procedure (+) You can assign the procedure (+) Students can’t rationalize about absence of access or issues getting to the document Good if everybody HAS to have it in class (- ) Costs office for duplication (- ) Need procedure for understudies who miss class Ed-Tech Lunch and Learn Series

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No Demonstration 6. Print it and make duplicates for the class

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Final Points

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PowerPoint position alternatives 1. Transfer “.ppt” record 2. Save “.ppt” as “.pps” and transfer it 3. Save “.ppt” as “.html,” recovery “html” as “.zip” and transfer it 4. Save “.ppt” as “.rtf” and transfer it 5. Make “.pdf” record from “.ppt” and transfer it 6. Print it and make duplicates for the class Ed-Tech Lunch and Learn Series

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Graphic Formats .jpg for photos .gif for illustrations with strong pieces Check embeded pictures in Word Ed-Tech Lunch and Learn Series

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File names Use 8.3 naming No spaces, short names, expansions Ed-Tech Lunch and Learn Series

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Verify Expect issues Verify it from an understudy record Be prepared for the un

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