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e-Portfolio Workshop

Date: Thursday, May 17th, 2018

Time: 12:00 pm

Duration: 1 hour

Location: CMC 110

Contact: Matthew Lundberg, x4294

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A digital portfolio is a marketing piece that provides employers with a glimpse into who you are both personally and professionally. Since your digital portfolio serves as a way to create a first impression, it is important to appear knowledgeable, experienced, well-rounded, and capable in a digital world. Translating your liberal arts skill-set and work experience into something employers can see as a practical application for them is often the difference of landing the job or not. Though you may not know the exact internship, job, or graduate degree you'll be applying for, your portfolio should be built with your future in mind. Please join us as hosts Celeste Sharpe, Academic Technologist for Instructional Technology, and Ian Kpachavi '17 discuss how a digital portfolio can be useful in the digital world. This session will cover: figuring out what data about you is online, steps to take charge of your digital identity, and targeted feedback on building and refining your portfolio. This session is open to everyone from those new to creating a portfolio to those who have already started! Lunch provided. Please have ready access to your portfolio (if applicable) and materials (resume, project outputs, etc) that you might want to showcase in a portfolio.

Audiences:

Students, Faculty, Staff

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