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ePortfolio at UW Oshkosh home page

Welcome to the ePortfolio resource site for UW Oshkosh. It has information and resources about the use of ePortfolios including guidance on the use of Desire 2 Learn's ePortfolio tool, on creating, finding, and using content for your portfolio, and to help you develop your ePortfolio for different purposes.

This section of the learning technologies website has (or will have) resources about using ePortfolios in learning and teaching, managing ePortfolios, and examples of how ePortfolios might be used in your classes, in the University Studies Program, or in a Major.

Further information about the University Studies Program and how ePortfolios are used in it can be found on the USP site.

Learn More

If you're interested in learning more about ePortfolios please consider some of the following opportunities

Workshops

We have several ePortfolio workshops coming up in November, 2014. "ePortfolio for Majors and Programs," "ePortfolio and Classroom Learning Loops," and "Empowering Students through ePortfolio Reflection" will be November 5th, 11th, and 18th respectively in the CETL room at Pollock House. These workshops are described on the CETL Teaching Resources page.

Our "Enhancing Student Learning: Reflection & the ePortfolio Process" workshop series has now finished. A recording of one of the sessions is available.

Drop-in Labs

We provide drop-In lab sessions for instructors which will run again during the regular semester. Two official drop in sessions were held in October, but unofficial drop-ins are welcome any Monday or Tuesday in the ePortfolio specialist's office on the 2nd floor of Pollock House--just call ahead (x1257) to make sure he's in.

If you would like to set up a discussion or lab session for you (or your department) at another time please feel free to contact me.

Questions?

Please contact:

eportfolio@uwosh.edu

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