New Course: Building Your Professional ePortfolio

April 25, 2018

The CACUSS Student Affairs and Services Competency Model has presented SAS professionals with an opportunity to reflect on their work and roles within their units, institutions, and the field as a whole. Each competency represents a list of knowledge, skills, and attributes, as well as insight into how each competency area contributes to the growth and changes of the field. 

As SAS practitioners and scholars, many of us are left wondering where we fit, as individuals, within the competencies. Moving toward a place where we share the competencies as a foundation for our work, our understanding of the field, and the language we use to discuss it, is critical to our collective growth as SAS professionals. 

Developing an ePortfolio is one way to engage in a reflective process about the competencies. This course will introduce a framework for developing an ePortfolio, using the CACUSS Student Affairs and Services Competency Model to guide reflection.

This course will take place entirely online, over 12 weeks. Each week will focus on a topic that will enable participants to make weekly progress on their ePortfolio. Each week, participants will share their progress with other participants, give and receive feedback, and work toward a final product to share with their intended audience. Of course, as learning and growth never stops, your ePortfolio will never really be done! This course will give you the tools to continue reflecting on your competencies and articulating your knowledge, skills, and attributes through your ePortfolio.

Based on member feedback, the start date for this couse has been pushed back to July. The course will run July 9, 2018 - October 1, 2018.

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