A couple of years ago, I purchased a couple of domains with the intention of creating a professional ePortfolio for myself. It’s been on my to-do list for too long now, as has “writing more frequently on LLU.” So, in the interest of killing two birds with one stone, I’m going to be creating an ePortfolio, and blogging the process here, warts and all.
Building my ePortfolio
This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series Building my ePortfolioSince my last post in March, my portfolio-building process has gone something like this: Write a blog post explaining what I want to do and why. Pull together a list of items to include in my portfolio. Visit my portfolio site every couple(…)
This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series Building my ePortfolioAs I mentioned last time, it took me a while to move forward with my portfolio because the task seemed too ginormous, and I was having a hard time breaking it down into bite-sized chunks that my brain could handle. This was partially(…)
This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series Building my ePortfolioNow that I’ve got the bones of my ePortfolio in place, it’s time to start adding some meat. The first question I always ask faculty members when they approach me for help with a new technology is: what do you want the outcome of(…)
This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series Building my ePortfolioMy colleague Sean runs a workshop and blog called “The Better Presenter.” Sean has a great eye for visual design, and is really good at explaining and demonstrating how to make presentations suck less. Although I still have a very, very long way(…)