Electronic portfolios allow students to creatively showcase their work and reflect on their short-term and long-term learning.
Use this page to help you generate ideas for your eportfolio. In general you should:
Tips from Billy Meinke
- Use either dark text on a light background or light text on a dark background. The human eye needs contrast to help it determine shapes such as letters. If you do not follow this tip you will end up with text that looks like this or like this
- The background colour, text colour and images you choose all create a tone for your website. Think about the impression you wish to create when you are creating your ePortfolio.
Here are some guidelines for making your website look professional:
Tips from Cherie Bronker at Kent State
There are many, many, many rules about web design. Use these few basic guidelines to make your portfolio easy to read and navigate.
You should talk about how well you met your/your professor's expectations; and be sure to include both your strengths and weaknesses.
Ideas for reflection could inculde:
- method for addressing the assignment
- rationale for addressing it in this manner
- analysis of the successes and failures in addressing the assignment
- ideas for improvement in the future.