Build Your Own ePortfolio


A purposeful digital collection to showcase skills and share ideas.

Self Reflection

ePortfolios are powerful tools to share accomplishments and achievements. The main component of an ePortfolio often includes self-reflections relating to the learning and discovery process. An ePortfolio is simply a website that allows you to showcase and share a digital archive of your work.

If you are enrolled in #EmTechMOOC in Coursera you will be guided to create your own ePortfolio as you work through the modules. You will be guided back to the Discovery Exercises in EmTechWIKI to create artifacts to display within your ePortfolio. An artifact just means an “example of your work.” Artifacts serve as digital evidence of your achievements and learning. The culminating activity in #EmTechMOOC includes an ePortfolio peer-review activity. The instructions about how to participate in the peer-review activity are located in the final module within Coursera.

Use Digication for your #EmTechMOOC ePortfolio

Digication is provided free to #EmTechMOOC participants. A form to request a free Digication account is availableModule 1 of #EmTechMOOC in Coursera. You can alternatively choose to use any other ePortfolio tool. If you choose to use Open SUNY’s Digication there is an optional template available to give you a jump start on creating your #EmTechMOOC ePortfolio. You are highly encouraged to customize this template to be creative and to make it reflect your own personality.

Digication tutorials and support information is available on EmTechWIKI. It is important to adjust your permission settings and publish all changes to ensure everyone is able to view your ePortfolio.

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You can also choose to use any alternate ePortfolio platform for #EmTechMOOC

Perhaps you already have a system that you would like to use to create your ePortfolio or you attend school or work at an institution that uses another platform. If your institution, or place of employment, has its own access to an ePortfolio platform, it is strongly recommended you make use of it. Not only will you develop more directly applicable skills, but you will have more direct access to the technical support provided. If you are using an alternative ePortfolio tool, make sure to consult the tool’s help documentation to ensure that your permissions are set correctly so that others are able to view your ePortfolio. See the EmTechWIKI ePortfolio Resources to discover a number of tools to help you build your ePortfolio.

 

Gallery of ePortfolios created through #EmTechMOOC

gallery Collection thumbnail EmtechMOOCView gallery or view all ePortfolios created with Open SUNY’s Digication