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This is going to be harder than if your work product is text-based or can be depicted with images. You can embed other media such as videos, smart objects, other Word documents, and spreadsheets, but I would not recommend it. It's better to take a screenshot and insert the image into your Word document.
For example: My Work Product One included an Excel spreadsheet. When I embedded the spreadsheet into my Word document, the result was a very tiny and hard to read object that couldn't be navigated. My spreadsheet had several sheets within it, but a user wouldn't be able to navigate to those sheets (or even see that they existed). A simple, small spreadsheet might work fine, but not something more complex like the FEP requires.
Just one of each project or each part where it's necessary. So if you have a spreadsheet and a video, you would have one screenshot for each, two total. If you have a PowerPoint, video, website, and an event, you would use four images total.
You will submit your website as a Word document that contains the title of the Work Product, the URL (it must be a working URL), and one screenshot of the home page.
The website cannot be submitted because it is entirely about your website creation or design skills. Work Products have to be about your library skills.
For example: One of my Work Products included a website that I wrote from scratch in my Web Development class. Technically, the point of the website was that it was my final project and my grade was based on my website creation and design skills. However, the website was an extension from the work I did in my Collection Development class, which I had included in my FEP as a Work Product.
I included the website from the WebDev class to show that I had expanded upon what I learned in CollectionDev. I included this information in my narrative, stating that the website required "expanding on the skills learned in Collection Development, such as user assessment, ease of access, and information access." You can read the whole thing in my Work Products essay in the Example FEP.
No and yes. On the face of it, you should not do more than one website. However, if one of your Work Products has a website as part of the other items within it, that would be okay.
For example: I had three websites in my FEP. Work Product Two was a Wordpress blog I wrote for my Information Ethics class. That counted for one Work Product and my one website limit. In my Work Product One, I combined the Collection Development project and the marketing website from that class with the website from my WebDev project. The main point of Work Product One was the Collection Development project.
Do the same as with the website. Upload it to somewhere like Youtube or another public streaming platform. In your Word document, include the video's title and URL along with a screenshot or still of the video.
In your Word document, include the name of the event and a brief description of the event. Try to get pictures of the event, no more than three, and include any documentation that might have been involved.
For example: My Work Product Three was a live event. I included three pictures (with captions): two pictures of my display and one picture of me at the event. I also copied and pasted the display labels I made into the Work Product document. The point of the labels was to demonstrate the research I had to do for each item in the display.
Do the same as you would a video. Upload your audio recording to a website and put the URL and its title in the Word document. You won't have to include a screenshot of the recording at the website, but it never hurts to give them extra content.
If it is a print article, copy the text and paste it into your Word document along with the reference information where it was printed. If it is published online, put the title, URL, reference/citation information, and a screenshot into your Word document.
If a print book, put the title, brief description, reference/citation information, and a photo in your Word document. If an ebook, your Word document should include the title, reference/citation information, URL to its published location (like Amazon, Wordfire Press, LibraryJournal, etc) if available, and a screenshot.
In your Word document, include the title, brief description, and screenshot.
Include the title of your presentation and date and location it was given. If you used something like Google Slides, make the document shared to anyone with the link and include the link. If offline presentation software, you can embed the slides in the Word document or use screenshots of the slides.
Put the title of the program into your Word document. If you have marketing material, such as a flyer or sign, insert that into the document. Include any text related to the program. If this was a program that had been run, include the date and location and a photo if available.
Put the title of the object, a brief description of its purpose, and a photo in your Word document.
Include the name of the meeting, date, time, location, names or titles of attendees, and purpose of the meeting in your Word document.
Don't use an entire volunteer service as your Work Product. Pick one or two specific projects