ePortfolio Workshops

The Center for Equity and Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CEETL) offers workshops to help individual faculty implement ePortfolios via Portfolium in their courses, as well as workshops for faculty to create their own teaching ePortfolios.

Workshop for Classes

Faculty can schedule a CEETL ePortfolio support workshop for their students. CEETL offers these workshops in two formats: In-Person and self-directed starter Guide. Please check back here for detailed instructions on how to schedule a workshop for your students. At this time, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, CEETL does not offer any in-person workshops. To view the self-directed starter guide, please see below.

Faculty can schedule a CEETL ePortfolio support workshop for their students. CEETL offers these workshops in two formats: In-Person and self-directed starter Guide. Please check back here for detailed instructions on how to schedule a workshop for your students. At this time, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, CEETL does not offer any in-person workshops. To view the self-directed starter guide, please see below.

For Faculty

SF State ePortfolio Self-Starter Guide
How to add a project to your portfolio Writing a strong project description How to edit/delete projects How to rearrange projects Project privacy settings
Upload Portfolium Poject Writing Good ePortfolio Descriptions Edit & Deleting Projects Change Project Order Privacy & Visibility Settings
Writing Good ePortfolio Descriptions Writing Good Project Descriptions Edit or Delete a Portfolium Project Organizing Projects in Your Portfolio Change Privacy Settings
Tiny URL ePortfolio Self-Starter Guide
Why have an ePortfolio? Portfolium overview Sign into SF State portfolium

Account settings (includes privacy settings)

Navigating on your profile page What should I add to my ePortfolio?
Why Have a ePortfolio WGeneral Overview of ePortfolio Activate Your Account Portfolium Settings Overview  SF State ePortfolios What to Put in Your ePortfolio
Why ePortfolio Log Into Portfolium Logging into Your Account Table of Conents Viewing my Profile ePortfolio SF State

Quick-tips Teaching ePortfolio

A teaching portfolio documents your teaching expertise by outlining:

  • Ideas/objectives that inform your teaching
  • Courses you teach or preparing to teach
  • Methods you use
  • Your effectiveness as a teacher
  • How you assess & improve your teaching

Preparing a teaching portfolio could help with 

  • Academic job applications 
  • Reflection and refinement of your teaching skills and philosophy 
  • Future promotions
  • A teaching philosophy primarily includes why you teach and your assumptions regarding teaching and learning. Featuring this statement on your teaching ePortfolio can be a great help!  
  • Questions to consider as you draft your teaching philosophy:   
    • What do you believe about teaching? 
    • What do you believe about learning?  
    • How is that played out in your classroom? 
    • How does student identity & background make a difference in how you teach?