Building Your Learning Portfolio

Watch and Learn

This animation shows the advantages of owning and using an e-portfolio.

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e-Portfolios for starters

Top Tips

Getting Started:

Steps in the portfolio process:

1. Collect - collect evidence and save artifacts that demonstrate your achievements

2. Select - choose artifacts and evidence that best demonstrate your skills

3. Evaluate - ask a peer, a mentor or your advisor to evaluate your portfolio and give you feedback

4. Reflect - reflect on what you've experienced and learned

5. Present - personalize your portfolio and present it

Adapted from UBC Wiki 

Building Portfolios

Enhance your Learning

This video aims to help you with creating an ePortfolio for both assessment and CPD/employment purposes.

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e-Portfolios

Enhance your Wellness

Learn to identify negative automatic thoughts about yourself and the world. Practice replacing them with more rational and realistic thoughts and notice how that impacts your experience!

For more wellness resources, see https://services.viu.ca/counselling/health-wellness-resources.

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Automatic Thoughts

Learning Beyond the Classroom

Learning Beyond the Classroom

Opportunities to extend and enhance your learning experience at VIU

Value for Me?

As a student, you can use an e-portfolio as a medium to conveniently and effectively highlight the myriad of skills and projects you’ve developed over the course of earning your degree for networking or future employment purposes.

Visualize Topic

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Image w/ Permission: Tamara Malloff (t @tmalloff) http://ultranet.stdoms.ac.nz/WebSpace/4865/

Technology Integration

Use VIULearn (D2L Brightspace) ePortfolio space

Develop in VIUBlogs

Use Weebly or Wix

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