For this class, you will create a Digital Portfolio on your website showcasing your work. (If you already have a website, create a separate section/category/etc for this class.).
It will contain:
- Your own domain or subdomain
- A landing/home page
- 1-3 other pages or posts showcasing your work
(depending on the grade you want in the class)
- A: 2 revised Digital Tutorials + 1 page about your collaborative final project
- B: 3 revised Digital Tutorials
- C: 2 revised Digital Tutorials
- D: 1 revised Digital Tutorial
- About page
- Clear menu and structure
- Functional design
The revised Digital Tutorials will showcase your work in the class using 1-3 of the tools/methods we have learned (# based on grade above). The Digital Tutorials will revise your work from in class and posted to the private blog, sometimes significantly. The Tutorial pages will:
- Articulate a question/problem/research issue your use of the tool is addressing
- Explain and cite (including a link where relevant) the data used (what is this data? Where does it come from)?
- Describe and cite the tool
- Explain how the tool and data address your question/problem
- Explain how you used the tool and data
- Explain the results
- Provide one or more visualizations to illustrate your work and results
You should begin thinking about which Tutorials you want to modify for your website.
For 2/14, you will need to have:
- Your domain/subdomain set up
- Some content management system (WordPress, etc) or HTML/CSS set up on your site
- A landing page with an image and clear text.
- An About page (can be a mostly blank placeholder for now)
- A menu
Remember https://create.ou.edu/ is where you go to manage your domain and your application installations. If you’re using WordPress, https://yoursubdomain.ou.edu/wp-admin (only put your subdomain where “yoursubdomain” is!!) is where you go to manage your content in your WP site (pages, posts, etc.)