Only titles of ePortfolios are indicated here since some students set their
ePorts as public only to John Jay College.
“Trials of a New New Yorker”
“Breathing Freedom”
“Center of Gerardo: A State of Writing”
“Fearless”
“Freedom”
“Live, Laugh and Love”
“Pretty for a Black Girl”
“She Speaks Quietly”
“Uncovering the Truth”
“Works of Art”
“Out of Many, One People”
“In Pursuit”
“My Words--- My Story”
“The Life & Times of Lucille Burrascano”
“Always Fighting”
“Keep Trying, Keep Reaching, Keep Dreaming”
“Chasing Dreams”
“Life through a Lense”
“To Create Yourself”
“The Writings on the Wall”
Now It’s YOUR Turn!
What will be YOUR purpose?
What will be YOUR message?
What will be YOUR design?
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20 ways of looking at an e portfolio

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This slideshow was created for students. It shows 20 different examples of students' design and thematic purposes for the English ePortfolios in my courses.

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20 ways of looking at an e portfolio

  1. 1. Only titles of ePortfolios are indicated here since some students set their ePorts as public only to John Jay College.
  2. 2. “Trials of a New New Yorker”
  3. 3. “Breathing Freedom”
  4. 4. “Center of Gerardo: A State of Writing”
  5. 5. “Fearless”
  6. 6. “Freedom”
  7. 7. “Live, Laugh and Love”
  8. 8. “Pretty for a Black Girl”
  9. 9. “She Speaks Quietly”
  10. 10. “Uncovering the Truth”
  11. 11. “Works of Art”
  12. 12. “Out of Many, One People”
  13. 13. “In Pursuit”
  14. 14. “My Words--- My Story”
  15. 15. “The Life & Times of Lucille Burrascano”
  16. 16. “Always Fighting”
  17. 17. “Keep Trying, Keep Reaching, Keep Dreaming”
  18. 18. “Chasing Dreams”
  19. 19. “Life through a Lense”
  20. 20. “To Create Yourself”
  21. 21. “The Writings on the Wall”
  22. 22. Now It’s YOUR Turn! What will be YOUR purpose? What will be YOUR message? What will be YOUR design?
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