Faculty Support Team & Workshops
The CapU Folios team supports faculty, staff and administrators interested in developing their own portfolio sites with course-based and program-based initiatives including workshops, technical hands-on support with WordPress, WordPress training and folio feedback.
Building Your Own Portfolio, or Walking the Talk
In Spring 2019, the Folio Thinking Campus Learning Community is meeting at 2:30pm on the first Friday of each month. There are no formal requirements associated other than a desire to participate in an ongoing cross-campus conversation about portfolios, folio thinking, and pedagogy. Topic for Spring 2019: Building Your Own Portfolio, or Walking the Talk.
Meeting dates for Spring 2019: Friday, February 1; Friday, March 1; and Friday, April 5.
Time: 2:30 to 4:00pm
Location: Centre for Teaching Excellence, Fir 402.
Contact Aurelea Mahood, Portfolio Project Faculty Lead, for more information.
Get to know the faculty support team!
Department of English
Aurelea teaches in English and Liberal Studies. Faculty lead on the Capilano University Portfolio Pilot in 2014, she has been an active member of the campus ePortfolio community ever since. Along with Cheryl Schreader and Brook Houglum, Aurelea was the co-facilitator of the original Folio Thinking Campus Learning Community. As a past coordinator of the Liberal Studies Major and member of the original English 100 Portfolio Pilot, she has extensive experience with portfolios at the course and program level. This term Aurelea is looking forward leading Folio Fridays with faculty, staff, and administrators who are interested in developing their own portfolio sites. Primary expertise: Deploying course- and program-based portfolio initiatives.
Aurelea is by available by appointment or during drop-in hours: Thursdays 10 – 11:30am in the Centre for Teaching Excellence, Fir 402.
IDEA School of Design
James has over 20 years of experience in the web/interactive design and development, Internet marketing and social media industries, working primarily as a freelancer, consultant and instructor, but also as a subcontractor to small agencies. He has experience with a variety of clients in small business, government, institutional and not-for-profit sectors. James is also an instructor, lab supervisor and blog/social media coordinator at Capilano University’s IDEA School of Design.
Department of Geography
Cheryl teaches in Geography, Liberal Studies and Tourism. She has been an active member of the campus ePortfolio community since Fall 2015. A co-facilitator of the original Folio Thinking Campus Learning Community, she has experience with portfolios at the course and program level. This term Cheryl is looking forward to co-facilitating our first ever workshop series collaboration with the Career Development Centre and supporting all Capilano faculty whether they are just getting started or have extensive experience with portfolios. Primary expertise: Deploying course- and program-based portfolio initiatives.
Cheryl is available by appointment or during drop-in hours: Mondays 11:30am – 1pm and Tuesdays 10 – 11:30am in the Centre for Teaching Excellence, Fir 402.