Gathering the parts of your ePortfolio
You’ve spent your time at university completing tasks such as: project design, research, writing assignments, composing a CV, group work, programming, designing products or computer games, and earning grades. All of these are candidates for your ePortfolio. You may have photos of sports participation or voluntary work, bookmarks of favourite websites, personal accomplishments, journal writings, society membership, awards, and hobbies. These are also candidates. Your collection process begins with you mentally cataloguing each piece of evidence and deciding how to use it.
Where do I start?
- Your CV: include an updated CV, perhaps downloadable as a pdf file. You might begin your portfolio simply by uploading your CV just to get you started.
- Sample essays and reports: these are common standards by which all students are judged.
SMILE - ePortfolios or electronic portfolios by Joe Schall, The Pennsylvania State University modified by Marion Kelt, GCU is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.