1. What is the DDP?
Essentially, the Diagnostic Digital Portfolio is a vehicle students and faculty use for the selection of key performances (samples of student achievement) that enable reflection and analysis of each student's learning patterns.
Technically, it is a web-based, relational, searchable database of selected assessments and assignments from each student that can be accessed anytime and anyplace. It is a way to store and make more accessible the criteria students need to meet, the feedback they receive, and their self assessments from courses, internships, and external assessments. It also stores results from key inventories students take such as the Kolb Learning Style Inventory.