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  1. 1. ePortfolios at Upstate College of Health Professions
  2. 2. Why ePortfolios? • Showcase of your work and learning • Grows as you do • Easily shared with others – Prospective employers – Faculty • Encourages self-reflection
  3. 3. What goes in an ePortfolio? ePortfolio Academic Personal Professional
  4. 4. What goes in an ePortfolio? • Class work e.g. reports, case studies, projects • Class work • Reflections of experiences (clinical or other) • Community Service experiences • Resume • Video clips • PowerPoint Presentations • Feedback from instructors or supervisors • …anything else that defines you as a health professional
  5. 5. What goes (and stays) in an ePortfolio? An ePortfolio should be “…a multimedia venue to document and reflect upon your practice.” We do not learn from experience; we learn from reflecting on experience. ~John Dewey~ Venue: a place where things happen
  6. 6. What goes (and stays) in an ePortfolio? Collect - Select Reflect - Connect Project
  7. 7. What goes (and stays) in an ePortfolio? Collect - Select – Reflect – Connect – Project • Collect (deposit) class work and other materials.
  8. 8. What goes (and stays) in an ePortfolio? Collect - Select – Reflect – Connect – Project • Collect (deposit) class work and other materials. • Select work samples that show learning & growth.
  9. 9. What goes (and stays) in an ePortfolio? Collect - Select – Reflect – Connect – Project • Collect (deposit) class work and other materials. • Select work samples that show learning & growth. • Reflect on learning and identify evidence of growth.
  10. 10. What goes (and stays) in an ePortfolio? Collect - Select – Reflect – Connect – Project • Collect (deposit) class work and other materials. • Select work samples that show learning & growth. • Reflect on learning and identify evidence of growth. • Connect •Build links across classes, disciplines & semesters •Strengthen connection between school, community and work
  11. 11. What goes (and stays) in an ePortfolio? Collect - Select – Reflect – Connect – Project • Collect (deposit) class work and other materials. • Select work samples that show learning & growth. • Reflect on learning and identify evidence of growth. • Connect •Build links across classes, disciplines & semesters •Strengthen connection between school, community and work • Project yourself to the world; map your future
  12. 12. What goes (and stays) in an ePortfolio? Collect - Select – Reflect – Connect – Project • Project yourself to the world; map your future “Measures the unmeasurable” ~Gary Halada – SUNY Stonybrook~
  13. 13. Logistics: how do I make an ePortfolio? • Some available options – Google sites – Blackboard’s ePortfolio tool – Mahara (or other open source tools)
  14. 14. Advantages: No cost or overhead to use Extremely flexible; accommodates users ranging from technophobes to power users Portfolio stays under control of user; does not require Blackboard access Supports viewer comments No need to migrate from Upstate system when graduating Disadvantages: No integration with Blackboard Google.com offers free hosting under their Google Sites page. Many portfolio templates are available that give users a simple way to develop their ePortfolio.
  15. 15. EXAMPLE PORTFOLIOS https://sites.google.com/a/g.clemson.edu/asjenkieprotfolio/ph ysical-therapy-internship-powerpoint https://sites.google.com/site/leahpepeportfolio/home
  16. 16. Sign in to your Google account If you don’t have one it’s easy to create one for free Logistics Part II: How do I use Google Sites?
  17. 17. Logistics Part II: How do I use Google Sites? Go to https://sites.google.com/ or
  18. 18. Logistics Part II: How do I use Google Sites? (continued)
  19. 19. Logistics Part II: How do I use Google Sites? (continued)
  20. 20. Click the button, and start from scratch or Use a template (there are many available) One is available: search for Upstate Health Professions In the gallery: Logistics Part II: How do I use Google Sites? (continued)
  21. 21. Logistics Part II: How do I use Google Sites? (continued)
  22. 22. Logistics Part II: How do I use Google Sites? (continued) Edit New Page More Actions Share link
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  24. 24. Any questions? Contact: George Dale daleg@upstate.edu 4-7913 Room WH 041 (library basement; turn right at bottom of stairs)

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