ePortfolios

What is an ePortfolio?

  • a place to store learning artifacts (papers, multimedia, reflections, study plans).
  • most often shared through a web-based interface.
  • usually an attempt to organize artifacts to showcase learning objectives, progress, and competency, depending on who the intended audience will be.

This site is a collection of tools and resources to help you create and manage your ePortfolio.

Getting Started:

For Faculty and Teaching Assistants
How-to's
Data Storage
Other Tasks 
Examples

For Faculty and Teaching Assistants:

ARL's "Know Your Copy Rights"
Why bother with multimedia in teaching and learning?

How-to's

To learn how to make audio, video, still images, animation and more for your portfolio, visit our ETCI How-to page. This will cover all the steps necaessary to produce and publish your pieces in the best way possible.

Data Storage/ Burning your portfolio:

Vista Software
Windows DVD Maker
Nero

Other Tasks:

Using the Scanner
Using the FDL digital camera
Creating PDF files

Examples:

To get a tast of how various institutions classify ePortfolios, take a look at the following links. They include guidelines and tips for creatiing ePortfolios, and examples of actual student portfolios form a diverse range of univeristies and programs.

Pepperdine Univeristy Junior Writing Portfolio
CUNY Career Portfolios
Kathleen Fischer's teacher Portfolio
Linfield Student PowerPoint ePortfolio examples - Theatre