Using Google Sites to Create an E-Portfolio

E-portfolios are back by popular demand!

In May, we presented an introductory Webinar on e-portfolios, during which nearly 300 participants learned what an e-portfolio was and what tools could be used to create one.

Instructors Lisa Chow and Sandra Sajonas will return in November for a more in-depth, hands-on look at developing an e-portfolio using Google Sites.  Learn about a creative way to display typical résumé material plus much more information about your work, including presentation slides, podcasts, and videos.

Lisa and Sandra, both Library Journal Movers & Shakers based at the Brooklyn Public Library, will demonstrate the e-portfolio creation process step-by-step, offer guidance on content, then share ideas for promoting your e-portfolio.

Showcase Your Work, Experience and Skills: Using Google Sites to Create an E-Portfolio

Date: Wednesday, November 14
Time:  1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. ET
Cost:  $49/members | $99/non-members

Make your experience shine!  Register today.

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One response to “Using Google Sites to Create an E-Portfolio”

  1. E-portfolios can prove to be a very effective tool. DO you have any more webinars on e-portfolios coming up in the near future? I missed this one but I’d surely like to participate and learn more about e-portfolios and how they can be created using the Google sites.

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