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Portfolium Submission

Portfolium Submission

Many individuals use electronic portfolios to collect, store, and highlight their academic and professional accomplishments. Portfolios go beyond traditional resumes and transcripts to really document and provide concrete examples of achievement and specific skills.

For your final assignment in this course, you will start your electronic portfolio. Then, in your future Excelsior courses, especially your Capstone course, you will be asked to update and add to this portfolio so that by the time you graduate you will have a well-rounded portfolio that reflects your diverse strengths.

What is Portfolium?

Portfolium hosts an ePortfolio network that provides students and alumni with a digital repository to creatively compile and showcase their respective educational (and work-related) competencies, skills, accomplishments, and experiences. It is a free interactive resource that also serves as a professional network. You can watch a one-minute video introduction to Portfolium entitled A Digital Portfolio Platform (Links to an external site.)You can see examples of exceptional portfolios in different disciplines through Porfolium’s Discover page (Links to an external site.).

How to Access Portfolium and Complete the Required Components:  

Begin by reading page 8.11 in the webtext which will help you get started.

Read the Portfolium Instructions for details on the steps and requirements for this assignment.

Submission Instructions

In the dropbox for this assignment, you will copy/paste the link to your completed portfolio or upload the PDF of your portfolio.

Your final portfolio must include:

  1. An introduction statement about yourself
  2. An education section with information about Excelsior College and your degree plan
  3. A courses section with the Cornerstone listed along with a description of the course (in your own words)
  4. The Cornerstone Final Project uploaded to the portfolio as a project, with a description of the project (in your own words), and at least 3 associated skills