EPortfolios Suggestions- From the Graduate School

Another innovative set of tools are ePortfolios, which are a great way to visually represent yourself, whether you are at the beginning of your graduate education or getting ready to transition into the workforce. If you’re interested in creating your own ePortfolio, there are a variety of platforms that you can choose, such as

Or you may choose to just enhance your LinkedIn page, or clean up your Facebook and Twitter presence, but regardless of how you represent yourself online, it’s worth putting some thought and energy into the online identity you’re putting out into the world (to your future career and colleagues!).


Portfolio 101 Workshop Handouts and Websites

Unfortunately, our video recorder’s batteries died, so there will not be a video of this session. But here are the handouts and topics that were covered during the session.

Attached you will find the some of the handouts given out during the workshop.

Culminating Portfolios for M.Ed. in Higher Education Handout 
Using Your Portfolios during the Interview (PPT)

Here is an example of an online portfolio from a current COE doctoral student.
Daniel-Novak.com

Also, here are a few online tools to help build your online portfolio:

WordPress: http://wordpress.org/

Weebly: http://www.weebly.com/