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This presentation will cover information about e. Portfolios. You will: • Learn what an

This presentation will cover information about e. Portfolios. You will: • Learn what an electronic portfolio (e. Portfolio) is; • Discuss how they will be used in this course/department; • Share some of the benefits of digital vs. paper; • Talk about the “portfolio process” and what you can put into your e. Portfolio; • Learn about SF State’s new resource site: http: //eportfolio. sfsu. edu • Begin a dialogue and answer questions about creating your own e. Portfolio.

For many years… • Universities have used paper-based portfolios to assess student work; •

For many years… • Universities have used paper-based portfolios to assess student work; • Share work for accreditation/program review; • As a valuable tool for career connections.

What’s changed is that… • Now, in an e. Portfolio we can collect, select,

What’s changed is that… • Now, in an e. Portfolio we can collect, select, build and publish our work using electronic technology as the container.

What is the process for creating an e. Portfolio? First it’s important to clarify

What is the process for creating an e. Portfolio? First it’s important to clarify the main purpose of your portfolio. Will your portfolio be used for: • Course/department requirements • Graduation requirements • E Standards/competency compliance for certification • Employment & Showcasing of work • Professional Development or • All of the above? !

Credit: La Guardia C. College

Credit: La Guardia C. College

The Portfolio Process follows these main steps: • • • Collect Reflect Select Build

The Portfolio Process follows these main steps: • • • Collect Reflect Select Build Publish Connect/Link/Share

Collect your work Digital Files/Artifacts including: • Assignments, Course Projects, & Reflective Writing •

Collect your work Digital Files/Artifacts including: • Assignments, Course Projects, & Reflective Writing • PPT Presentations • Images/Visuals • Internships, Community Service • Co-Curricular Activities • Professional Development

Select • Examples of your work that best meet the learning objectives outlined in

Select • Examples of your work that best meet the learning objectives outlined in your portfolio.

Reflect For each artifact you include, it’s important to include a reflective statement, description--to

Reflect For each artifact you include, it’s important to include a reflective statement, description--to articulate a rationale for your choice.

Build We have various options for building your e. Portfolio at SF State: Explore

Build We have various options for building your e. Portfolio at SF State: Explore http: //eportfolio. sfsu. edu to learn more.

Publish & Share • Beyond your academic requirement(s), you may choose how widely you

Publish & Share • Beyond your academic requirement(s), you may choose how widely you want to share your e. Portfolio. • Many employers are now welcoming digital portfolios & you may want to include a link to your e. Portfolio on your resume or introductory email.

SFSU Students enjoying creating their e. Portfolios… Contact eport@sfsu. edu For help or to

SFSU Students enjoying creating their e. Portfolios… Contact [email protected] edu For help or to share your e. Portfolio in our gallery!