Throughout your Gen Ed program, you will add your Signature Assignments as you take more Gen Ed courses. You will create a final version of your Gen Ed ePortfolio in the UNIV 301: General Education Portfolio course.
Editing your About Me page is a great way to get started and make your ePortfolio your own. This topic will cover how to add photos, add text descriptions, edit pages, as well as how to publish and share your ePortfolio with your classmates.
Video tutorials (estimated time: 60-90 seconds per video)
Once you have created your Story of a Lifelong Learner for UNIV 101, you will add the project to your ePortfolio. Want to make sure your Instructor can see your final project? Make sure to publish your changes and share the link to your ePortfolio.
Once you have created your Wonderosity Project for UNIV 101, you will add the project to your ePortfolio. This topic will cover how to add content, add text, rearrange items, and resources you can use to create your Wonderosity Project.
Video tutorials (estimated time: 60-120 seconds per video)
Are you taking the UNIV 301: General Education Portfolio right now? Once you have created your final project for UNIV 301, your Lifelong Learning Journey map, you will add the project to your ePortfolio along with your reflection, just as you did for your assignments in UNIV 101.
Be sure to publish your changes and share your link to your ePortfolio so your Instructor can view your final project.
As you complete your general education, you will want to save your signature assignments and other work from your classes that meant a lot to you so you can add these learning artifacts to your ePortfolio.
Make it a habit during each semester to save your work, and more importantly, reflect on why you saved that learning artifact. This will make it easier for you to keep up with your ePortfolio, and more importantly, remember all that you learned!
Looking for some examples of Gen Ed ePortfolios? Take a look at what a few of your peers have created so far!
While these are great examples, be sure to reference your own class assignment descriptions and rubrics to understand how to complete these course assignments, as they may differ from the examples you see in these ePortfolios.
Thank you to the following students who allowed us to share their ePortfolios with you as examples.