Your instructor just assigned an ePortfolio. Now what?
It's a place to reflect on your learning experience and to explain why that experience matters.
The skills you learn and practice in your classes are all connected to each other. For example, your English class and your biology class may not seem like they have anything to do with each other, but the skills you learn in English class, like researching and critical thinking skills, also get used in your biology class.
ePortfolios help you find and show those connections to others.
ePortfolios are so much more than an assignment or class project.
They are built with of all the best parts of you and your work, to be shared with others, and they can help you get a job, demonstrate your strengths, and figure out where to go next on your educational journey.
For more ePortfolio resources and support, visit San Francisco State’s ePortfolio page at eportfolio.sfsu.edu.