What is the ePortfolio Student Workshop Series?
This six-week program is an introductory workshop series during which students will revisit work from their courses or co-curricular activities and learn how to best share those experiences with a professional audience, such as future employers or graduate schools. Participants will be taught how to select documents, write reflections, navigate technical features, and apply design principles.
Who Should Attend?
Undergraduate and graduate students from all majors, programs, and years who are seeking help in creating a professional ePortfolio are invited to participate. Prior experience with websites or ePortfolios is not necessary.
When Does it Happen?
For fall 2020, each workshop will be offered twice a week.
Workshops will be held online Mondays from 3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Dates are as follows:
- September 14 | September 21 | September 28 | October 5 | October 12 | October 19
Workshops will be held face-to-face Thursdays from 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Dates are as follows:
- September 17 | September 24 | October 1 | October 8 | October 15 | October 22
Where Does it Happen?
For those attending face-to-face, the workshop will be held in the ePortfolio Studio —2056 RBD Library.
For those attending remotely, a link to join via Zoom will be sent prior to the sessions.
Please note, participants cannot switch between the workshop days.
Registration is now open. Please remember that by registering you are committing to attending all six workshops on the chosen day. You are unable to switch between weekdays.
Expectations for Participants
Participants are expected to commit to attending all six workshops. In order to maximize opportunities for work time and feedback, students will be asked to complete approximately 30 minutes of activities on their own time prior to attending each session. These activities could include watching a short video, reading through a handout or worksheet, or writing a brief reflection.
Participants who opt to attend face-to-face will be expected to follow established safety and health protocols.