Academic portfolios consist of a collection of entries about your teaching, research, service, and advising. Each entry consists of two pieces: a primary material (e.g., a syllabus, an assignment, a video of you teaching) and a reflection about that material. Academic portfolios are often used by promotion and tenure committees (although not at Simpson), and they are often submitted as part of job applications. Sal Meyers will demonstrate how easy it is to create your own academic e-portfolio using Portfolium. She will also provide guidelines for deciding what to put into your portfolio.
Come early for lunch. Stop by the Information Desk in the Kent Campus Center and pick up a lunch pass. Then grab lunch at one of the restaurants and bring your lunch to the Student Senate Room on the 2nd floor. You are also welcome to grab lunch after the GIFT session.
Monday, November 6 at 12:35pm to 12:55pm
Kent Campus Center, Student Senate Room
701 N C St, Indianola, IA 50125, USA