Faculty Support Team

Cheryl Schreader

Cheryl Schreader

Department of Geography

Cheryl currently teaches in the departments of 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 with portfolios or most experienced adopters. Primary expertise: Deploying course- and program-based portfolio initiatives.

Cheryl drop-in hours: Monday 10-11:30 and Wednesdays 2:30 – 4pm in LB116E.
Email: cschread@capilanou.ca

James Neufeld

James Neufeld

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.

James Neufeld is available by appointment or during drop-in hours: Thursdays 4:00pm-5:30pm in AR 125.
Email: jamesneufeld@capilanou.ca
Slack: https://eportfoliosupport.slack.com 
(anyone with a Capilano U email address can sign up instantly)


The Folio Thinking Campus Learning Community meets on the last Friday of each month during the Fall and Spring terms. There are no formal requirements associated other than a desire to participate in an ongoing cross-campus conversation about portfolios, folio thinking, and pedagogy. The first gathering of Fall 2018 will be on Friday, September 27 at 2:30pm. Location: TBA.

Contact Aurelea Mahood for more information.


Would you like to learn more about the University’s ePortfolio initiative and our WordPress multi-site? Are you looking for assistance with course- and/or program-based initiatives? Do you have suggestions or ideas for new resources and supports? Get in touch!

If you are new to portfolios and would like to learn more, attend our portfolio workshops on May 8 and 9 at the upcoming Centre for Teaching Excellence‘s Teaching and Learning Symposium (May 7-11).

Aurelea Mahood, Portfolio Project Faculty Lead, is available throughout the academic year to work directly with the university community on portfolios and related topics.