ePortfolio and Reflection
Incite Students' Responsibility for Their Own Learning
- Course Assessment of Learning
The UW Oshkosh ePortfolio provides the opportunity for students to document and connect their learning throughout their college education.
- USP/Institutional Assessment of Learning
In addition, random sampling of these ePortfolios during the Connect course and Capstone course or experience will provide the opportunity for institutional assessment.
Select an Assignment
As instructors construct USP courses, they will select at least one course assignment for students to upload to their ePortfolios.
Ask Students to Upload and Reflect
Students may reflect upon their learning related to that assignment and include that reflection with the uploaded "learning artifact" (speech, paper, project, etc.).
Use a Rubric
Rubrics for assessing Essential Learning Outcomes are available on this website for your use or modification. Distributing a rubric with the assignment can clarify expectations and allow instructive feedback. Resources and workshops related to rubrics will continue to be made available on this site and through other CETL programming.
- Signature Question: Sustainability Rubric
- Signature Question: Civic Learning Rubric
- Signature Question: Intercultural Knowledge Rubric
Use Peer Mentors and the ePortfolio Specialist
An ePortfolio specialist will be available to assist you with this aspect of USP teaching and learning. In addition, Peer Mentors (current students) will receive ePortfolio training so that they may assist Quest I students with the uploading process.
ePortfolio Technology Support Labs
Support for instructors is available on a drop in basis most Thursdays during the semester from 8:15 - 9:45 in the Idea Lab (Polk library basement). For 2013 sessions are not running Sept 19th, Nov 28th, and Dec 12th.
If you have questions or would like set up a lab appointment for you (or your department) at another time please feel free to contact email@example.com or call John Robertson x0487 .
Drop-In Lab support sessions for students are available through the semester in the Learning Technologies lab in Halsey 259 from 10:30 - 4:30. Lab provision during interim may change.