Did you know that we have over 1100 students creating ePortfolios this semester?
Based on faculty and student input and to meet the growing demand, we have expanded support for the ePortfolio program with both in-class and several out-of-class workshops for your students. The workshops will cover the basics of getting started in Wordpress, how to use ePortfolios as learning reflections, and how to showcase their learning.
Please let your students know they can go to the main ePortfolio page to register for the out-of-class workshops
eportfolios.capilanou.caFaculty can also build their own Teaching Portfolio with a 4-part workshop.
What are ePortfolios?
ePortfolios are a collection of the product and process of learning. At Capilano, all students and faculty have access to Wordpress to create digital portfolios.
If you are using ePortfolios in your courses and want us to come to your class and workshop with your students, please complete the booking form below.
We are pleased to welcome Brian and Sandra as our new Faculty Associates. Brian and Sandra are supporting students and faculty in developing and implementing ePortfolios.
Faculty ePortfolio Support
Want to learn more about ePorfolios and how your can incorporate them in your courses? Contact us to arrange a one-on-one consultation with Barry, Sandra or Brian.
Want to create your own Teaching Portfolio? Join us for our four-session series on developing your Teaching Portfolio. This is an excellent way to document evidence of your teaching and to showcase your teaching and learning accomplishments. You can submit the link to your ePortfolio as part of your evaluation.
All session will be held on Tuesdays in Fir 402A from 1:00 - 2:20 p.m. on the following dates:
Session 1: Introduction to Teaching Portfolios
Session 2: Curating Evidence of Effective Teaching
Session 3: How to Use Wordpress
Session 4: Showcasing and Sharing Your Teaching Portfolio
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