Find out more about ePortfolios in this video:
"I hope this portfolio serves as a means of expressing my journey and life experiences, as well as an adequate representation of where I've come from, where I am, and where I'm going." --Dani Wickingson, SLCC Student
“I have gained great insights into myself through connecting my work, school experiences, and learning outside the classroom to my goals for both my schooling and life. Writing down my goals was an opportunity I hadn’t taken advantage of for a few years and am grateful that I have done so. I know the experience of creating my ePortfolio has allowed me to bring all of these aspects of my life into focus, which will help me in my journey through school and career.” --Randall Christensen, SLCC Student
Think of your ePortfolio as a project that is common to all General Education courses, and to many academic programs outside of Gen Ed. You build the main structure for it once and revise and expand your ePortfolio as you move through your general education studies. Until you leave SLCC (and even after), your ePortfolio will be a project in progress--a writer's/artist's digital workshop and/or a scientists's digital laboratory.
ePortfolios Across the Nation
SLCC is not the only college in the country to use ePortfolios. Click on the links below to see how ePortfolios are used at other institutions across the nation.
Connect to Learning National ePortfolio Cohort
San Francisco State University Video
San Francisco State University Website
La Guardia Community College Website
La Guardia Community College Videos
Clemson University Website
Virginia Tech Website