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Lorrie's Electronic Portfolio

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Lorrie Garcia's e-Portfolio




Welcome to my e-Portfolio for the University of Texas Online Consortium. This represents work completed toward my Master's of Education in Educational Technology. I am an assistive technology specialist in North East Independent School District in San Antonio, Texas and have used the knowledge and skills gained from this program to mesh 21st century educational technology with assistive technology to support students with disabilities.   


E-Portfolio's Purpose

My e-Portfolio has been a vital interactive area to collaborate with instructors and peers throughout my enrollment with UTB as I have pursued my Master's in Educational Technology. This e-Portfolio holds the work completed toward completion of this program. The purpose of my e-portfolio is to document all tasks and assignments completed during the coursework for the Master's of Education in  Educational Technology degree. This e-Portfolio represents the growth I have made from beginning this program and throughout my program of study. My skills are chronicled throughout this e-Portfolio and this represents my range of competencies. 


E-Portfolio's Organization

The organization of this e_Portfolio allows the user to navigate through pages and view all relevant projects developed from my studies. 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.  


Navigating the E-Portfolio

A web browser such as Internet Explorer, Firefox or Safari will allow you to view the e-portfolio. Individual projects may require Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel, Adobe Reader, QuickTime, Windows Media Player, or Flash Player. Each page of the e-portfolio is accessible through links located at the top of each page. Featured projects, as well as their artifact reports are accessible through links on the “Matrix" page. Information and projects for each course completed during my time in the program can be accessed through links on the “Courses Taken” page. 





Lorrie Garcia   lorriesimsgarcia@gmail.com




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