Why use e-Portfolio?

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Portfolio Tutorial

Portfolio Tutorial

Why use e-Portfolio?

Key Concepts

Key Concepts

Logging in / Creating an account

Logging in / Creating an account

Quick Tour of the e-Portfolio interface

Quick Tour of the e-Portfolio interface

Updating your profile

Updating your profile

Edit your profile page

Edit your profile page

Uploading Files

Uploading Files

Journals

Journals

Creating a new page

Creating a new page

Editing a page

Editing a page

Editing page layout

Editing page layout

Types of Blocks

Types of Blocks

Adding a Youtube/Vimeo video or presentation

Adding a Youtube/Vimeo video or presentation

Collections

Collections

Connecting to other users

Connecting to other users

Groups

Groups

Sharing pages and Collections

Sharing pages and Collections

Gallery of example portfolios

Gallery of example portfolios

References & Resources

References & Resources

Why use e-Portfolio?

ePortfolio makes authentic learning visible in four basic ways:

Assessment

  • Users can assess progress on a task
  • Students can assess their own progress on an assignment, set of learning objectives and/or through a program of study
  • Faculty can evaluate student processes and products related to a specific course, prior learning assessment and/or program learning goals
  • Professionals can assess their training, experience and advancement

Learning

 

  • Users can demonstrate authentic learning
  • Students can exhibit their subject, project, course or program specific learning
  • Faculty can present their research, professional development for the purpose of promotion and tenure applications, or to present course objectives and lesson plans
  • Professionals can display their training, experience and professional development

Reflection

 

  • Users can take the time for critical reflection on a process
  • Students can use ePortfolio as a tool for process-oriented and metacognitive reflection
  • Faculty can use ePortfolio as a tool to assess student reflections about their work and to review assignment objectives and outcomes
  • Professionals can use ePortfolio as a tool to reflect upon their actual and future training and advancement

Promotion

 

  • Users can develop their presentation skills
  • Students can use ePortfolio to present coursework and learning for entry into other programs of study and/or for employment application purposes
  • Faculty can use ePortfolio to present coursework, research and proposals for grant-writing purposes and peer-review
  • Professionals can use ePortfolio to compile past experience and training and to communicate current/future aspirations and undertakings 
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