Need help with your ePortfolio? Before you visit an office to get help, review this Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page to see if you can find the answer you are looking for. You can also view a list of resources available here.
It's simple. Sign in to My LaGuardia and click on the eP logo on right-hand side.
If you are trying to login via My LaGuardia and it doesn't work, use this alternative login portal: https://apps.laguardia.edu/eportfoliosso/.
Creating an ePortfolio is easy. You can start your ePortfolio using a template for your respective First Year Seminar course. Once you create your ePortfolio, you will use it throughout your journey at LaGuardia. To learn how to create an ePortfolio click here.
The new ePortfolio interface allows you to customize your ePortfolio in unique ways. You can place content anywhere on the page, align media and text more dynamically, and transform the overall look of your ePortfolio. To learn more about the new interface, click here.
Students will be prompted to create ePortfolios in the new interface starting on September 1, 2018. Students now have the option to 'upgrade' their classic ePortfolios to the new interface in just a few steps. Click here to see a quick guide.
In some cases, your professor may ask you to add a specific assignment template they have developed for your course. To learn how to do this, click here.
When you create your ePortfolio for a class, it is important that you share it with your professor at the start of the semester. This way, your professor will be able to see the progress of your work. To learn how to do this, click here.
If you need help with your ePortfolio while you're taking the First Year Seminar course, go to the FYS lab in C-447 and speak to a Student Success Mentor. If you need general help with your ePortfolio for any class, go to the ePortfolio lab in B-121 and speak to a Student Technology Mentor. Finally, if you need specific help with an ePortfolio assignment, depositing an assignment in the assessment area, or have login or ePortfolio access issues, go to the ePortfolio office in MB-57 and speak to an ePortfolio consultant.
LaGuardia's Core Competencies and Communication Abilities focus on the 21st century learning skills needed for a Bachelor's degree, a good job, and life-long learning. They ask you to develop your ability to use knowledge from your classes in new ways, building the thinking and problem solving skills that colleges and employers value. To complete the assessment process, students are asked at the end of each semester to submit an assignment designated by their Professor. Click here to learn how to deposit an assignment to the assessment area. Click here to learn about the Core Competencies and Communication Abilities.
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