Building a Professional Teaching Portfolio with ePortfolios

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Date: Monday, February 27
Time: 3:30 to 4:45 p.m.
Location: 228 DeBartolo Classroom Building
Presenter(s):  Kristi Rudenga, Assistant Director, Kaneb Center, and Alison Lanski, ePortfolio Specialist of the Kaneb Center

Description:
Are you preparing for the job market and looking to build a self-branded teaching ePortfolio to help you organize and share your teaching philosophy, syllabi, and other materials?  Do you want to take control of your own bio page and effectively share your scholarly work with others? Join us for this hands-on workshop to:
      - learn about the benefits and applications of creating your own professional ePortfolio
      - review the important components of a teaching portfolio 
      - Begin to build your own teaching ePortfolio with technical, content, and design support
Bring your own laptop, as much of our time will be spent actively creating your Teaching ePortfolio.
Learning Goals:

After successfully completing this workshop you will be able to:

  • understand the benefits and applications of creating your own professional ePortfolio.
  • identify the important components of a teaching portfolio. 
  • begin building your own teaching ePortfolio with technical, content, and design support.
What to Bring:
  • Laptop computer
  • Professional pic
  • CV
  • Teaching documents
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 Certificates: Can apply toward these graduate student/postdoctoral scholar certificates:
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Visit the Workshop Series page to register or check availability.