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Please develop a 2 to 4 page essay on the following:Visit any sport related facility where events occur.Create a safety checklist to evaluate the facility.Complete the checklist for your particular facility.Write an executive summary addressing the age, location, safety concerns, and needed remedies
We will use Portfolium in this course. Watch this video to learn more about Portfolium.What is PortfoliumWhen creating an e-portfolio, what do you feel are the essential components that captured what you’re learned? What previous work(s) do you think would highlight yourself and your top learning achievements at APUS? If you were to review an e-portfolio as an employer, what learning outcomes would be most important?Instructions: Your initial post should be at least 250 wordsLesson:E-Portfolio Creation and Self-AssessmentLesson Topics Definition· Benefits Getting Started· OutcomesIntroductionIn this lesson, we discuss creating an e-portfolio. The lesson is organized into four topics to help you meet course Learning Objective #5: Organize a significant collection of artifacts in an e-portfolio including projects, papers, and other relevant examples showcasing work completed for a position of choice.The objective of this lesson, therefore, is to create an e-portfolio and pitch. rom previous APUS courses. Overall, the goal of an e-portfolio is to demonstrate how you have enhanced BenefitsThere are numerous benefits gained through the e-portfolio process. Lets look at three of the most significant. 1/3 · Understanding of Skills and Knowledge LearnedFirst of all, creating an e-portfolio helps you understand the learning outcomes of your class. Here at APUS, each class has a syllabus that outlines the objective of the class, the class outcomes, and the assignments. This uniform structure can help you make connections between classes. While it may be easy to make connections in classes in your Transportation and Logistics courses, it may be more of a challenge to understand the benefits and how your elective courses fit into your overall e-portfolio. For example, there may be critical thinking, research, and analytical skills obtained in all of your courses. You can highlight this information in your e-portfolio.In summary, a structured e-portfolio peer review is a productive means of both sharing and self-assessing ones own academic record and providing constructive feedback on another students academic record. The University has developed an e-portfolio peer review rubric to guide peer evaluation and feedback and has incorporated both self-assessment and peer-assessment as part of the rubric requirements.Getting StartedSo, how do you, the student, create an e-portfolio? Lets start with your transcript. Your transcript lists all of the classes you have taken by semester and provides your academic grade. You can use your transcript as a template to track your progress through APUS. For each course, reflect on the objectives, goals, and assignments.A crucial element of e-portfolio self-assessment and peer review is the standardization of the presentation such that artifact and metadata linked to an artifact enhance both the development and self-assessment of the e-portfolio by the student and the peer review of the e-portfolio by others. Your goal should be to organize your key concepts in a uniform format. Are you going to create a website? A YouTube channel? A Prezi Video? What about a PDF document?Once you decide upon the organization, the next step is to ensure that the quality of the information highlights high achievement and your hard work. Ask yourself:· Did I communicate my skills in the best manner?· Did I highlight my accomplishments?· Is my e-portfolio crative and engaging?· Did I add to the finished product by providing additional reflection?OutcomesEynon & Gambino (p.1) found identifiable threads in successful e-portfolio programs. Data collection was structured based on models and frameworks. Increased faculty engagement was prevalent. E-portfolios were considered more authentic work of students, and thus the assessed results were bought-into by students giving and receiving feedback.By facilitating inquiry, reflection, and integration, i.e., closing the loop, the e-portfolio program can implement changes that improve student learning.From their University of Illinois study, Eynon & Gambino found that successful programs engaged stakeholders in processes guided by three best practices, as follows:· Inquiry· Reflection· IntegrationA structured inquiry and assessment process, which focuses on student learning and improvement.ConclusionIn summary, e-portfolios benefit students, instructors, universities, and potential employers. Now that we understand more about the student benefits of developing e-portfolios, as well as their value in the self-assessment and peer-review processes, youll create your first e-portfolio by collecting your previous work at APUS. The effort of self-assessing and peer-reviewing e-portfolios falls to you, the student, to make the assessment/review process constructive and value-added (for the beneficiary of your review).ReferencesAcker, S. R. (2005, March 14). Overcoming Obstacles to Authentic ePortfolio Assessment. Retrieved from Campus Technology https://campustechnology.com/articles/2005/03/overcoming-obstacles-to-authentic-eportfolio-assessment.aspxBrash, S. (2017, March 5). Sarah Brash’s E-Portfolio. Retrieved from Arizona State University https://asu.digication.com/sarah_brashs_eportfolio/CritiquingEynon, B., & Gambino, L. (2014, April 16). Catalyst for Learning: ePortfolio-Based Outcomes Assessment. Retrieved from University of Illinois https://illinois.edu/blog/view/915/111700University of Wisconsin-Stout. (2017, March 5). EPortfolio (Digital Portfolio) Rubric. Retrieved from University of Wisconsin-Stout https://www2.uwstout.edu/content/profdev/rubrics/eportfoliorubric.html
Submit a brief synopsis of the regulatory change you have chosen to develop a response plan for in your final project. Identify an adult learning theory that supports the regulatory change. Explain the premise for the change and the impact that the change will have on the operation of the institution with regard to an underserved need in student affairs.Follow rubric Verbatim:Your paper must be submitted as a three- to four-page Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and at least three sources cited in APA format.
1.How is the IT function organized in your school or place of employment? Create an organization chart showing how the IT organization fits into your overall organization. Comment on how centralized or decentralized the IT function is.2.What type of IT user are you? Take a look at the five types of technology adopters and then write a one-page summary of where you think you fit in this model.Textbook Link: https://opentextbook.site/informationsystems2019/chapter/chapter-9-the-people-in-information-systems-information-systems-introduction/Note: Each question must be answered in 7 lines.
*****No Plagiarism, 100% Original work needed Strict safe assign*******Review Facebooks Careers page (www.Facebook.com/careers/). The page emphasizes Facebooks core values and explains how potential employees could fit that mold. Bold and decisive thinking and a commitment to transparency and social connectivity drive the page and the company as a whole. Then research Facebooks internal management training programs, called employee boot camps, using a search engine like Google or Bing. How do these programs integrate the traits and stated goals on the Careers page into specific and tangible construction of employee capabilities? Boot camps are open to all Facebook employees, not just engineers. How does this internal training prepare Facebook employees of all types to move fast and break things? – 500 WordsHow do Facebooks internal management training programs integrate the traits and stated goals on the Careers page into specific and tangible construction of employee capabilities?How does the internal training prepare Facebook employees of all types to move fast and break things?Incorporate information from our coursework this week into your assignment.