Letter to Students
The ePortfolio should accurately communicate who you are and cohesively represent what you have learned (or are learning). In order to do this, you need to start with your purpose (Boesch et al., 2015). Consider: Why are you creating an… Continue Reading →
Reflection may seem intuitive; however, a deliberate thought process (Dye, 2011; Moon, 2004; Tracey & Hutchinson, 2018) greatly increases the insights found through reflection. Consider the pedestrian answer “fine” to the classic question “how was your day?” Reworking the question… Continue Reading →
Table of Contents New Pages and Posts Using Blocks Editing/Updating Pages and Posts Adding Media to WordPress Accessible Design Academic Integrity Wait! How did you do that? New Pages and Posts From your sites dashboard: Adding a Page To… Continue Reading →
You will need to consider both your purpose and audience in order to select and organize your artifacts. Pick artifacts that connect best with your purpose, but also think about what your audience wants to see and what you want… Continue Reading →
All WordPress themes provide two options for adding content: you can choose to add content to a page or you can choose to add content to a post. Some themes offer a third option and is often titled Portfolio…. Continue Reading →
What are artifacts? What should you include?
First let’s go over why menus are important. Menus determine how visitors will interact with your content. They drive navigation and without functional navigation, your ePortfolio is all but useless. Good navigation will allow your visitors to successfully search your… Continue Reading →