Apply appropriate communication media and methods to various situational needs in organizational settings.
Apply communication theories to organizational communication challenges.
Recognize and respond constructively to cultural differences in communication.
Analyze and assess the communication dynamics of an organization through the completion of a communication audit.
This e-portfolio assessment is designed to be used as both a learning tool and as a professional portfolio that you can include in your resume or applications
for jobs. You want to begin developing your portfolio ideas during Week 3, even though it is not due until Week 8. In this assignment you are asked to reflect
on your learning in our class.
There are THREE parts to this assignment.
PART A: Reflection: Take some time to think back, reflect on and cross-check the course objectives with what you have learned during the course including
the readings, class discussions, self-assessments and assignments. This reflection will help you decide on and develop your content for Part C.
Part B: Create a portfolio site. You will need create to create an E-portfolio on the Google Site.
Go to: https://sites.google.com/site/resourcecentereportfolio/how-to-use-google-sites
(You can use another template or another site for your portfolio if you choose)
Look at some samples:
Part C: Complete your Portfolio: Once your portfolio site is created, carefully follow the instructions below.
1. Begin with an Introduction Page. Briefly introduce yourself and the purpose of the e-Portfolio. State the three course outcomes you will address in your ePortfolio
2. Next, prepare a separate page for EACH of the three outcomes you have selected. Include the following four deliverables on each outcome page.
a. Course Outcome: State the specific course being addressed.
b. Learning: Explain in your own words how the outcome relates to what YOU have learned in class. Use a minimum of 1-2 paragraphs
c. Artifact: Post one or more artifacts – video, paper, chart, or any type of file that YOU have created yourself. If you are unsure of what an artifact is, please do
the relevant research. Below are a couple of links you may find useful:. You can also do your own research for more information if you are not clear about
what might be suitable artifacts for an E-Portfolio
Artifacts should demonstrate your mastery of the outcome being addressed.
Artifacts do not have to be newly created – you can use work you developed previously.
If the artifact does not show your name and the date it was created, please confirm this information in your writing.
Do not use any item you have not personally developed or created.
d. How the artifact relates to the course outcome: Explain, in detailed sentences how each artifact relates to your mastery of the specific course outcome