Your portfolio serves a number of different purposes
- It clearly and concisely presents and demonstrates what you learned in this course.
- It provides you with a professional looking document that you can present to prospective employers to demonstrate specific skills that they may be looking for.
- It acts as a reminder of "how-to" do things that you will be expected to recall in future courses.
- It demonstrates both the depth and breadth of what you learned in the course.
All work presented must be only your work. Any web references must be attributed. If your portfolio presents work generated by other students it will result in a grade of zero for both the originator and the one who plagarized the material.
Your portfolio should be a professional quality document presented in the format that is required
- DT299 portfolio consists of a google drive folder with the required files and photos
- DT100 and DT300 shall be 8 1/2x11
- DT302, DT310, DT328, and DT330 shall be 11 x 17
- The cover page shall include your name, the semester, the course number and your ID#
- A contents page shall summarize what a reader will find in the document
- A separate page shall list the course description along with the course SLOS
- an additional summary page shall provide a concise visual summary of what you learned in the course
- The portfolio shall be permanently bound with a clear plastic cover and a plastic back
- All pages shall be in order, properly oriented, and identified with your name and the course name
- All drawings and other content shall conform to class standards
You are required to submit your portfolio twice
- Your first submittal is an electronic submittal ... you submit the sharing permission link via a submittal quiz. I will grade this submittal closely. See the calendar for the electronic submittal due date and time. Late submittals are not accepted.
- Your second submittal is a bound hard-copy of your portfolio that you must print and bind. You must submit this hard-copy during the final exam. I will check that the binding is permanent and that your pages are ordered and oriented properly. If they are, I will assign your hard-copy the same grade as your electronic copy. See the calendar for the date of the final exam ... that is the due date for the hard-copy.
- Note that if you get a zero for being late on your electronic copy, you will also get a zero for your hard-copy
Class portfolios must meet a specific format and content requirement.
The link or each class portfolio template is provided on D2L on the first day of class.