What is an E-Portfolio?
- Students in ENGL 100 are required to build a student E-Portfolio. An “E-Portfolio” collects work of yours in order to present it to specific audience. The audience for your E-Portfolio can be academic (e.g., applying to programs within Capilano U.; transferring to outside academic institutions; applying for graduate studies; job searching).
How do I Get Started?
- Getting started or logging in: Capilano University E-Portfolio Website.
How do I Get Help?
- Peer E-Portfolio Advisors keep regular hours this term at our campus Learning Commons in the Cap. U. Library. Drop-in and talk to someone about setting up or editing your E-Portfolio.
How is the E-Portfolio graded?
- See below for a grading rubric.
E-Portfolio Assignment | Assessment Rubric
|“About Me” Page and Overall E-Portfolio||Writing is clear and free from grammatical errors; the purpose of the E-Portfolio is clear to the reader: to communicate one’s goals or development as a person, student, or professional.||Writing is mostly clear with minimal grammatical errors; the E-Portfolio assignments are fully completed but do not give the reader a clear sense of the overall goals or development of the writer.||Writing is clear with minimal grammatical errors; the E-Portfolio assignments are completed in a basic way. The overall goal or message of the E-Portfolio is ambiguous.||Writing displays multiple grammatical errors; the E-Portfolio assignments are incomplete. There is no clear attempt to communicate a specific set of goals.||Writing displays multiple grammatical errors; assignments are not started or are not complete.|
|Use of multimedia and technology||Cover image or other media are appropriate and reinforce the overall goal or tone of the E-Portfolio and help introduce the writer.||Cover image or other media are appropriate but do not reinforce the goal of introducing the writer.||Cover image or other media are included but are not specific to the E-Portfolio tone or to the goals of the writer.||Cover image or other media are included but are not specific to the E-Portfolio tone or to the goals of the writer. Cover image or other media is ambiguous, inappropriate or unrelated.||E-Portfolio is vastly incomplete or simply is not accessible to the instructor due to faulty privacy settings.|
|Choice and Description of Learning Artifact||The selected artifact is described in detail; feedback or evaluation is also described in detail.||The selected artifact is described in detail, but the comments or feedback are not.||The description of the learning artifact and/or feedback is basic but lacks concrete detail.||The description of the learning artifact is inadequate or insufficient. Choice of the learning artifact may be inappropriate to complete the assignment.||The learning artifact is either missing or not described in an adequate way.|
|Reflection on Learning Artifact||Reflections are thoughtful and build persuasive cases for their conclusions.||Reflections are thoughtful but jump to conclusions or make no conclusions.||Reflections are present but neither thoughtful nor insightful. ||Reflections are inadequate or insufficient in either quality or in quantity. ||Reflection are largely absent.
|Ease of Navigation||The E-Portfolio is well-organized. The menu is functional, has clear labels, and is easy to navigate. Menus may have functioning submenus.||The E-Portfolio is mostly well-organized. The menu is functional, has clear labels and is mostly easy to navigate.||The E-Portfolio is orderly. The menu is simple but functional. There are no dead links or empty pages or posts.||The E-Portfolio appears disorganized. It may have a non-functioning menu or dead links or not have a menu at all.||The E-Portfolio organization is confusing or navigational features are partially missing or completely not present.|