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Students use e-portfolios to showcase their learning process by reflecting upon assignments and improving their skills by documenting steps or processes using a wide range of artifacts such as text-based assignments, drawings, videos, photos, and audio podcasts. Digital portfolios provide students with the opportunity to reflect on assignments and this allows them to grow as individuals and improve their learning skills. To create an ePortfolio using a template watch the the video below.
To learn more take the self-paced fully online training course in Blackboard. There are two courses in this training module:
- ePortfolios Online Learning
- Microsoft Office Online Learning
Each offers information, videos, and quizzes that need to be completed to see additional topics. After each section is completed a course certificate is released.
To enroll in the course:
This course uses self-enrollment.
Click on this link: Enroll in the Student Technology Trainings course, then follow directions.
In your Blackboard Home Page Click on the link in the module that has the following image:
For additional guides and tutorials, please visit the student section.
Faculty use ePortfolios to document newly acquired skills and career advancements. Digital portfolios provide instructors with the most appropriate medium to list courses they have taught, curriculum development, and many other life-long experiences they can bring into the teaching process. To learn more and to create an ePortfolio or to use them in your class, please visit the section on ePortfolio Benefits.