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ePortfolios: Your ePortfolio

eportfolio tips and directions

Your ePortfolio

What you include in your ePortfolio is dependent upon what you want to preserve and share. Your first step should be to map out the general navigation of your site by determining content areas. Some potential areas and resources to include could be:



  • Biography
  • Personal Statement
  • Your interests
  • Your goals
  • Comments and recommendations from your peers and teachers
  • Links to other social media
  • Blog


  • Awards
  • Certifications
  • Performances and presentations
  • Professional development plans
  • Work-related assessments


  • Class notes
  • Homework
  • Assignments
  • Papers or reports
  • Projects and Presentations
  • Creative writing
  • Reflections
  • Feedback
  • Assessments
  • Writing Examples
  • Evaluations


  • Educational history
  • Course listing
  • Published or presented papers
  • Work and/or volunteer experience
  • Your resume or curriculum vitae

Loosely adapted from "Digital Portfolios: Guidelines for beginners." Ministry of Education, Wellington, New Zealans (2011). 



Since this is a student work in progress, you may not want to make your site freely available for anyone and everyone to see. In that case, follow these directions to make your entire site private except to invited users. You can also make individual pages on your site private by following these directions.