By pursuing a Master's degree, you are in a process of -- metaphorically speaking -- writing the next chapter in the story of your life. Your courses are one part of that process. You construct meaning on your journey, considering how your program informs and shapes personal and professional goals.
Your ePortfolio is designed to help you document this narrative of growth to see how parts relate to the whole. We believe it will help you improve the quality of your learning experience, both during and after your time in the program.
Graduate-level courses are rich experiences, but with all the resources, discussions, and coursework it can be challenging to see the forest for the trees!
The portfolio provides a space for you to consider how your experiences within your studies connect with your professional development and life goals. It is a tool for integrating life and learning. To learn more about ePortfolios, see the "Additional Resources" section of this site.
To hear more about the rationale for ePortfolios within the Masters program, watch the piece below entitled "Why ePortfolios?" It was recorded by Gail Matthews-DeNatale, the ePortfolio liaison for the Graduate School of Education.