ePortfolio Project

Starting in the Spring 2010 semester, I introduced the elements and structure of an “ePortfolio” to the web portfolio project.

ePortfolio Project Student examples;
Spring 2010 thru March 2011Presentation Objectives: To promote a discussion about accessible methods that will allow students to easily show examples of their academic work as well as independent projects and educational experiences.This may serve two objectives: students will be better prepared with tools and practices for self-promotion regarding job and graduate school applications; secondly, as more students participate it may provide a student generated method of evaluating overall student body goals and achievements as they attend Eastern’s undergraduate studies.
In 1999 when I began teaching at ECSU, I decided to use the student portfolio as a method to simplify and organize my grading process. Students were asked to purchase a 3 ring binder and sleeves in order to compile all assignments throughout the semester; ready for periodic review of individual assignments as well for the final evaluation of the entire semester of work.In the spring of 2000 when I was asked to teach a course limited to Digital Photography the natural step was to have students create a “digital portfolio”.Tools available in the computer classroom/lab at the time were Powerpoint and the ECSU student web servers via their z:/drive web folders.Currently accessed through the web address:


Student Examples
ECSU (campus www2 server) Clubs & Campus Activities Reflections > Salome Miclette
ECSU (www2 server) Academic Writing samples Reflections > Sara Grzejszczak
WordPress Course Reflection w/links to Artifacts on ECSU (www2 server) > Amanda Weikel
WordPress Course Reflection and portfolio > Matt Cosma 
WordPress Course Reflection and portfolio > James Stafford 
Students were asked to follow the Instructional Model Guide to making an ECSU ePortfolio using WordPress. These are the introduction pages. Guide to making an ECSU ePortfolio using WordPressePortfolio Model using WordPress– This page describes how to follow the Instructional Model.ePortfolio using WordPress– This instruction page describes what the student should consider when writing self Reflection Assessments.ePortfolio using WordPress– This page describes how to create pages.ePortfolio using WordPress – This page describes how to make and organize menus.