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Education and Technology

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   Welcome to [Ernie Perez's] electronic portfolio






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Welcome to my e-portfolio homepage. This website was created to incorporate all my coursework for my Educational Technology classes. As a network administrator this e-portfolio will showcase my projects as I pursue a degree in the Masters in Educational Technology. As I advance in my career, I would like to focus in teaching others the new technology aides used today. Therefore, advancing one’s knowledge and resources to grow as a professional is an important career goal that one should pursue.


E-Portfolio's Purpose

The Master's e-Portfolio represents the assessment used in lieu of the comprehensive examination for the Educational Technology program at The University of Texas at Brownsville. The electronic portfolio, or e-Portfolio, reflects my progress and personal growth over time as I advanced through the coursework. My personal growth and skills will be on display throughout this wiki as I show case my projects.


E-Portfolio's Organization

The e-portfolio's organization allows the user to navigate through the pages to view all relevant products in this program. These pages include project details, competencies learned and documentation of leadership skills required by the educational technology program. Links to all the main pages are provided in the menu bar at the top of each page. The links below also link to the main pages of this e-portfolio.


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Navigating the E-Portfolio

This wiki is navigated thru links and tabs. The wiki can be seen on any web browser such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Google Chrome. Microsoft Word, PowerPoint,  and other documents can be downloaded or viewed on the wiki. Projects that contain video will require a player such as Windows Media Player to be able to process the video properly. Updated flash software is a requirement for any flash enabled content that is being viewed.


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