2015 ePortfolio Awards

This May, the Office of Academic Technologies honored three Pace students on both the Pleasantville and New York City campuses for their exceptional use of ePortfolio at ceremonies held in conjunction with the Writing Enhanced Course Awards. In addition to a $100 VISA gift card, these students also receiving a digital badge to display on their ePortfolio.

NYC WEC Awards Program

NYC WEC Awards Program

This years’ winners were Alexandra Catalano, Adina McCray, and Catherine Weening.

Alexandra Catalano was our May ePortfolio of the month. She is a Political Science major on the Pleasantville campus and was introduced to ePortfolio in her Public Speaking class. She found it challenging at first, but once she got the hang out it, Alexandra was able to create her beautiful ePortfolio—complete with multimedia examples of her accomplishments.

Adina McCray is a first year Communication Arts and Journalism major on the Pleasantville campus. She was introduced to ePortfolio in her Communicating with Social Media class. After checking out some other ePortfolio profiles, Adina became inspired. Adina’s Showcase page includes videos she has worked on with descriptions of her experiences creating them.

 Adina McCray, Communication Arts and Journalism major, March ePortfolio of the Month Winner.


Adina McCray, Communication Arts and Journalism major, March ePortfolio of the Month Winner.

Catherine Weening is a senior English major on the New York City campus. She was first introduced to ePortfolio during a workshop sponsored by the Honors College. Catherine was initially overwhelmed by ePortfolio’s many features and functions. However, once she decided what she wanted to include on it, use of ePortfolio became easier. Catherine’s pages showcase her passion for literature using pictures, art, and text.

Heather Askildsen, Academic Technology Consultant

Heather Askildsen, Academic Technology Consultant

Congratulations to all the winners!

Inspired by this year’s winners? Get started on your ePortfolio today and maybe we’ll be honoring you at next spring’s ceremony.

 

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