"Eportfolios can and should be simple to understand and, more importantly, simple to create and maintain (Harapnuik, 2019)."
When I first heard the term e-Portfolio, I admit I had a few misconceptions. First, I thought the purpose was to house artifacts of its creator or author without the cohesive connection. Secondly, I believed it stored opinionated blog editorials. Lastly, I assumed an e-portfolio retained an electronic web-based living resume for individuals searching for employment. I wasn't entirely correct, nor was I completely wrong either. An e-portfolio is all of these things and so much more. However, I need to design an e-portfolio that is neat, clean, and orderly.
Decisions, decisions, decisions!
My first task is to investigate e-portfolio platforms and decide which is the best fit for me. I will be exploring, researching, and comparing platforms. I intend to have something up and running by Sunday. We use WordPress.org for our company site. I have pros and cons. So, I'm looking for something that is "simple to create and maintain. I am leaning towards Wix. But, I have a little more research to do.
Dwayne Harapnuik. "It's About Learning: EPortfolio." Harapnuik.org. May 2019. Web. 22 Jan. 2021.