ePortfolio Spring Fever
Does your ePortfolio have beauty and brains? Enter it into the ePortfolio Spring Contest for a chance to win a $100 gift card and an award at the ePortfolio Student Showcase. Deadline is April 24!
Spring is around the corner and you know what that means…the ePortfolio Spring Contest is here!
The contest is open to all undergraduate and graduate students, who are in good standing with the University, and super easy to apply to. All you have to do is log into ePortfolio and on the homepage, click the Enter the 2015 ePortfolio Spring Contest button, fill out your information, and BAM! You’re in.
But don’t forget what must be included on your portfolio:
- A reflective statement on your introduction page in the Overall Reflections box. The statement should answer the question "How does your ePortfolio reflect your personal and/or professional growth as you continue your studies at Pace University?" (250–500 words); and
- At least three complete ePortfolio pages that are accessible to logged in users and/or the public.
Winners receive a $100 gift card and will be recognized at the ePortfolio Student Showcase Ceremony with an electronic badge. The deadline is April 24, so don’t let this opportunity pass you by.
Don’t have an ePortfolio yet? No sweat! If you need help with ePortfolio, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
An online collection of all your work, ePortfolios showcase your accomplishments, give you the opportunity to creatively represent yourself and your education, and so much more. You can post your resume, files, images, videos, and blogs that show your success and progress as a student while enriching your learning, preparing you for your field of work, and sharpening your technological skills. You can also include extracurricular activities and student organizations you’re a part of, you can network with others, and people can even post letters of recommendation for you to show prospective employers. The possibilities are endless!
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