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Samples of ePortfolios

Take a look at this sample ePortfolio, created by faculty and staff at SPCC. This sample was created based on a fictitious SPCC student in the Associate in Arts Degree, who is interested in studying communication. Keep in mind that students in other majors may need to include different content about their major/program of study. Take a look at the Programs of Study and Program Outcomes page to see what your major requires.

This sample provides an idea of how your SPCC ePortfolio might look. Keep in mind that this is just an example, and it is not meant to be used as an exact model. You should design your ePortfolio based on your own personality and experiences. Remember that you may choose any Wix template you like, and you’ll create your own welcome page, personal introduction, goals, etc. This sample does include all of the pages that your SPCC ePortfolio should include; yours will simply look different to reflect your personality and your academic experiences.

Hopefully, this sample will provide ideas as you create your own ePortfolio; however, remember that you may not use any images or content from this sample in your work. You are free to use the same Wix template as in the sample, if you like it. Other than the template, everything in your ePortfolio, including the design, images, and content must result from your individual work. Any photos or images you include that you did not take must be from appropriate sources and must be cited properly. See the Building the ePortfolio page about copyright guidelines for using photos.

Screenshot of a sample ePortfolio

http://spcceportfolio.wix.com/example

 


Samples of ePortfolios from Other Colleges and Universities

Here are links to a few examples of ePortfolios from other Colleges. Many colleges and universities require students to complete ePortfolios, and each institution has its own specific requirements. So, the samples you see next do not follow the requirements of your SPCC ePortfolio. However, they may be helpful to give you ideas. It helps to see what others have done, even if it isn’t exactly what you have to do. Pay particular attention to how the students use a variety of media types in their ePortfolios, rather than using only text. The images, videos, and quotations help support the content of the ePortfolios, and they make them more dynamic and interesting for the viewer.

Hopefully, these samples will inspire you as you create your SPCC ePortfolio. However, keep in mind that you may not use any images or content from these samples in your work. Everything you include in your ePortfolio, including the design, images, and content should follow SPCC’s ePortfolio guidelines and must result from your own work. Also, any photos or images you include that you did not take must be from appropriate sources and must be properly cited. See the Building the ePortfolio page about copyright guidelines for using photos.

Screenshot of an ePortfolio

This Sample is from a Community College Student at Salt Lake Community College in Salt Lake City, Utah

http://dwickingson.yolasite.com/


Screenshot of an ePortfolio

This Sample is from a Community College Student at LaGuardia Community College in Long Island City, New York

https://lagcc-cuny.digication.com/david_castillo_scholar_ep_spring2011/Welcome


Screenshot of an ePortfolio

This Sample is from an Undergraduate Student at Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina

http://wsenn0.wix.com/wsennportfolio


This is a Video Describing the ePortfolio of a Graduate Student at San Francisco State University in San Francisco, California

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_FmRH6Lj5c