What did I learn from the process of creating this ePortfolio?
- I learned that I still have a lot to do! May of the sections are blank or at least lackluster. It is good to be aware of this now so that I can continue to add to my ePortfolio as I move through school and into my career.
- I really liked this project. While I had to get out of Google sites, I am really glad this is a project!
- I will definitely use this moving forward. After grading, I will likely hide all of the blank - or boring - pages and keep the site public. However, I probably won't really start sharing it until I start fieldworks, internships, and then then job hunt. As I add to it, and it becomes more comprehensive, I feel it will be a great tool.
- I don't really have any awards, service, or projects to share. I may take my full resume off and break down some relevant pieces (prior projects, skills, etc) so that it is easier to navigate. A resume is a pretty big document and it is not as likely that someone would read through a full resume on my website. It may be easier to highlight specific bits on information an make my resume available by request or as a download.