Are you a student or an educator who wants to showcase his or her research? E-portfolios are a great way to share information about yourself, your achievements, and your hard work. There are several ways that you can easily create a portfolio online with little hassle.  Ally Krupar, an E-learning consultant of the CTRL, knows a few ways you can do that:

“Whether you think of HTML as a familiar friend or a terrifying alien monster, we can all agree that sometimes code just takes too much time.  In an attempt to help a friend build her web presence, and my own while I was at it, I worked my way through the abundance of e-Portfolio options.  The benefits of using an e-Portfolio as a personal page are that

1. You can create a portfolio specific to your profession and interests, from academe to graphic design

2. You don’t have to know how to write html, and

3. You can link all of your social networking and personal sites in one place.”

Her complete  blog post has been published on TechChange: The Institute for Technology and Social Change.

Ally Krupar has worked with the Center for Teaching, Research, and Learning since 2008 as an Advanced Learning Technologies Trainer and Consultant and currently as our e-Learning consultant in the Teaching and Learning Resources office.  She is interested in using technology and e-Learning to promote international human rights, conflict resolution, and intercultural understanding.  She holds a Master’s of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies focused on International conflict resolution, human rights law, and anthropology from American University, and a Bachelors of Arts in Anthropology from Case Western Reserve University.