Creating an Electronic Portfolio
Developing a Professional Presence on the Web
Electronic Portfolios (e-Portfolios) are dynamic, developmental spaces representing your professional "self" on the Web. They are becoming standard practice for academics, students, and professionals and typically include examples of skills and achievements, as well as a reflective blog element.
Here at Penn State we use the Blogs @ Penn State platform to create e-Portfolios because it is easy to use and allows you to update and contribute to your e-Portfolio wherever you have an internet connection. To get started on your e-Portfolio go to the Blogs @ Penn State site and Log in with your PSU UserID and password.
This short video highlights several reasons why having an e-portfolio is a good decision whether you are a student, faculty, or staff. It includes several examples of e-portfolios by people at Penn State using the Blogs @ Penn State platform.
Copyright Perspectives (http://copyright.psu.edu) is a place to learn about copyright and intellectual property brought to you by Penn State. You'll find out how to properly include the works of others following the guidelines of copyright, fair use, and the Teach Act.