There are pre-made instructional resources that you can easily add to your course through the Auburn Commons.
ePortfolio Orientation Resource
This resource provides undergraduate or graduate students with an introduction to ePortfolios and can be delivered asynchronously or as a guided lesson. There are several parts to this resource: an introductory handout and video, a list of frequently asked questions, a short quiz, an ePortfolio tour, and an ePortfolio analysis activity. Together, the pieces of this resource are meant to begin a conversation about ePortfolios.
Introduction to Copyright & Fair Use
This resource educates undergraduate or graduate students on the stable concepts of copyright education so as to begin a conversation and set a foundation that can be built upon through additional resources and can be delivered asynchronously or as a guided lesson. There are several parts to this resource: an introductory handout, video resources, an infographic, a short quiz, and an analysis activity. Together, these pieces help students define terms like copyright, fair use, licensing, and plagiarism; analyze situations to practice applying their knowledge of copyright and fair use; and determine if resources are protected by copyright.