These e-portfolios provide a range of examples. Remember no one e-portfolio is a perfect
example. Each e-portfolio is unique, so yours will be too!
Kaitlyn Bretz - Environmental Science
Chelsea Coleburn - Mathematics & Secondary Education
Elliott Cooper - Biological Sciences
Ontonio Grant - Associates in Arts
Lily Gullion - Exercise Science
Lizeth Morales - Experimental Psychology
Abdullah Najdeyah - Risk Management and Insurance
Clarie Randall - Experimental Psychology and Biological Sciences
Adrianna Shoemaker - Sociology and Philosophy
Lizzie Utset - International Studies and Chinese Studies
Dalia Valcin-Brown - Athletic Training
UNIV 401 for GLD
Most students take UNIV 401 for GLD for the opportunity to reflect with fellow students and receive weekly guidance. The e-portfolio completed in a course is due according to the instructor's deadline (typically near the end of the semester).
Students that are in an internship or other experience outside the Columbia area that limits their ability to attend a face-to-face section of UNIV 401 on campus may request permission to be considered for an online section of UNIV 401 for GLD.
Working with a GLD advisor (instead of taking a course) requires students be driven to complete assignments independently. We encourage Columbia students to make a GLD advising appointment as soon as you make the decision to complete the e-portfolio independently. The e-portfolio deadline is MUCH EARLIER for students in this category:
- March 19 for May graduates
- June 16 for August graduates
- October 23 for December graduates
If students are completing multiple e-portfolios and are registered for a UNIV401 course, only one of those portfolios can be UNIV401 course supported. The other portfolio is completed independently working with a GLD Advisor in the USC Connect office. The other portfolio (non-course supported) will be required to meet independent portfolio deadlines, please see those posted above.
Palmetto College GLD Support
Students at a Palmetto College campus can enroll in UNIV 401 GLD or contact a GLD advisor on their campus:
- Lancaster: Laura Carnes, Liz Easley
- Salkehatchie: Sarah Miller
- Sumter: Anna Oswald-Hensley, Damien Picariello
- Union: Randy Lowell
This is the document you will use to guide you in creating the structure and content of your GLD
E-Portfolio. Helpful writing prompts included.
Creating an E-Portfolio Website
The USC Connect GLD E-portfolio Technology Page gets you started in setting up an E-Portfolio with Google Sites. If you choose Google Sites, USC
Connect will provide further support, as needed. You may use another website creation
tool (such as Weebly, or Wix) if you do not need our technical support.
The GLD rubric is the assessment tool that will be used by a trained reviewer to evaluate your E-Portfolio. In order to meet requirements for GLD you must earn a score of at least 34.