Dr. Joanie E. Leichter Dominick: My Most Recent LiveBinder’s on ePortfolios & Capstone Course Portfolio – March 20, 2017
Dr. Joanie’s Pinterest Board: Creating an ePortfolio
Building an ePortfolio: Bridge to Post-University Life
What’s Your Story? Sharing Your Story? Honor, Understand, and Connect Your Learning from Self to Society for Bettering Both. View my Pinning Collection of my ePortfolio work, ePortfolio resources, and some sample ePortfolios of my former KSU 4401: Senior Seminar students. KSU 4401: Senior Seminar is an ePortfolio Centric course that is both an institutional elective for college seniors and a required capstone for the Intergrative Studies Major. The course prepares the college seniors for the transition to graduation and life after college.
Let’s start a discussion sharing how to have a value-added College Senior-Year Experience using ePortfolio Bridging.
For more information about this topic consult: Degreeconomics: Portfolio Resources
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Facilitator: Dr. Joan E. Leichter Dominick, Associate Professor of Communication & Senior-Year SeminarCourse Coordinator, Kennesaw State University. Kennesaw, Georgia.
Date & Time: November 12th, 2012 at 3:00 PM- 4:00 PM
What is your Complete Graduate Learning Story? Foliothinking from Reflection to Presenting
Foliothinking: Creating Your Portfolio – Mission, Design, Format & Presentation
One Day Closer to Graduation! What is Your Story? Creating Your Portfolio From Paper to Web 2.0.
Course Animation & Video Multimedia created by Patti Dunn, Instructional Designer, and Michael Leitmann,
Multimedia Developer, Kennesaw State University Multimedia Development Group and Dr. Joan E. Leichter
Dominick, Fall 2010. Original Caricature drawn by Tom Sito and arranged by Pat Connolly Sito 2010.
Step Three: Completed College Senior Portfolios
Review Sample KSU College Senior ePortfolios using Web 1.0 & Web 2.0
Lead a Roundtable on ePortfolios in Higher Ed at the 19th National Students in Transition in Philadelphia on October 14th 2012:
Roundtable Facilitators: Dr. Joan E. Leichter Dominick, Associate Professor of Communication &
Senior Seminar Course Coordinator, Kennesaw State University, and Ms. Shannon Ferketish,
Director of the Integrative Studies Degree Program, Kennesaw State University.
Roundtable Presentation (R-11): Sunday October 14th 2012 -10:30 AM to 11:30 AM – Columbus Ballroom C
Come join the roundtable discussion exploring the innovative ways that ePortfolios are being used
to enhance student transitions from college entry to college graduation. Whether you are exploring
or utilizing ePortfolios, join the conversation sharing innovative ideas to enhance college student
transitions using folio thinking. Explore the innovative ways that ePortfolios are being used
throughout institutions for empowering the college student learner, assessing expertise development,
and preparing students for post-university life.
Share your current and emerging ideas for incorporating ePortfolios in college entry programs
such as Summer Bridge Programs, Dual Honors Enrollment Programs, Orientation, and First-Year Programs.
Share current and emerging ideas for using ePortfolios in the college transfer experience, advising, and
selecting college majors. Share current and emerging ideas for incorporating ePortfolios in the college Senior-Year
Transition Experience in courses, capstone experiences, and career services. Discuss the varying missions,
designs, and formats for ePortfolios in higher education today.
Welcome to The Complete Graduate Resource by Dr. Joan E. Leichter Dominick, copyright 2009
I am currently working on my website which I have developed for graduating college seniors and new college alumni. You can follow me on Twitter at “firstname.lastname@example.org” and join the Facebook Group “The Complete Graduate Resource” to get the latest posts, resources, and join discussions for college senior success. The new webiste address is http://thecompletegraduateresource.com.
The Complete Graduate Resource provides college seniors and new alumni with an opportunity to honor, understand and connect their learning from self to global society, for the better good of all.
Learning to share your learning story by creating a portfolio, networking for career and citizenship, and graduating in a digital world are some of the many topics explored. Voices of students, professionals, and resources are posted on this site to assist in your success after college