Doctoral students in the Educational Technology specialization will document their accomplishments and coursework through an electronic portfolio, or e-portfolio. The e-portfolio may be created using a blog, web-hosting service, or other web-based resource. All graded assignments will be uploaded to a cloud-based storage site and linked to the e-portfolio for easy access. The e-portfolio must convey a professional, image so it is important that it be well organized, clean, and uncluttered. Care should be taken in selecting a template or background for your e-portfolio.


Your e-portfolio must be professional in appearance and design. It must include all of the required pages as described below. Click on the following link to view a sample e-portfolio created in Blogger.

  • Home
  • EDTC 8371
  • EDTC 8372
  • EDTC 8373
  • EDTC 8374
  • EDTC 8375
  • EDTC Electives

On the Home page, you will introduce yourself by providing a brief summary of your professional goals and aspirations as well as research interests you intend to pursue through your doctoral studies. Include a hyperlink to your LinkedIn professional profile.

Each Course page (EDTC 8371, 8372, 8373, 8374, 8375, etc.) must include the course name and number; course description as described in the graduate catalog; a list of all individual and group projects; and hyperlinks to all project files.

Add a recent photo and short bio on the Profile page. When you set up your blog, you will be prompted to update your profile. Use the About Me page to let the viewer know more about you, what you do, and what your future plans are.


Click on the following link for a step-by-step guide for Setting Up your Educational Technology Doctoral E-Portfolio in Blogger.