Curating the Content

Curating the Content

The tutorials, under the Support menu, will guide you as you build and use your Learning Portfolio.

As you develop Learning Portfolio, think of yourself as its most important audience and user. How can you organize and keep track of your various projects, assignments, and experiences in ways that will allow you – over time – to reflect upon them?

Tags are very useful tools for this organization – you will probably want to use tags for each post and page you create. Consider how you might want to look back on work you’ve completed over several years, to see your progress over time, revealing connections among your classes and projects, and learning more about yourself. For example, your work and interests may focus on the themes of memory, or sustainability, or risk, or communications, or drawing, or poetry, or all of these. Add tags that make sense to you, assuming you will return to review past work. They will also be valuable to your instructors and others with whom you might share your work.

LEARNING PORTFOLIOS: PROCESSES AND PRODUCTS
What? So What? Now What?
Key learning experiences Personal and professional philosophy Future goals
Meaningful important work you have done in multiple contexts Values, ideas, themes, and belief systems that connect your work Choices you make based on these values
Past Present Future
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