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|Matthew Richards||(PDF - 1.4 MB) (Courtesy of Matthew Richards. Used with permission.)|
One of the key products of this course is a personal portfolio. The portfolio provides both a personal reflection on the learning experience as well as a central collection of the tools and reference material from the course. The portfolio should contain:
The portfolio format is up to you to choose but it should be well organized. It may be captured on paper or electronically in a computer file or on a Web site. You will turn in the portfolio (or provide a URL) for grading three times during the semester.
The table below contains samples of various student portfolio formats. The student work is courtesy of the students listed below.