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Free Teleseminar – The ePortfolio Edge: Promoting the Professional You

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Free Teleseminar – The ePortfolio Edge: Promoting the Professional You

Electronic Portfolios are dynamic online representations of yourself as a professional academic and give you a visual advantage in presenting yourself as both a scholar and a teacher. Listen in for hands-on instructions to help you build and polish your CV, teaching statement, research statement, and the other documents now required for academic job searches.

Click here to find out more about this seminar, presented by Caroline Eisner.



Caroline Eisner is Director of Writing at ACW. Caroline works with individual clients and small groups to develop their academic portfolios and other academic writing projects. Her previous experience includes positions as the Associate Director of the Sweetland Writing Center at the University of Michigan and as the Director of the Writing Center at Georgetown University. Caroline co-edited a collection of essays, Originality, Imitation, and Plagiarism: Teaching Writing in the Digital Age (UM Press 2008), and authored a recent article on plagiarism entitled, “Plagiarism: A Crime, Misstep, or Neither? Depends Who You Ask, and Is It Getting Worse?” At Middlebury College’s Bread Loaf School of English, Caroline is the Director of BreadNet, a telecommunications network that connects students, teachers, and faculty year round. Caroline received a BA in English from the University of Pennsylvania, an MA in English from Middlebury College, and a PhD in British Literature from George Washington University.


About judithcoe

I am a retired music professor emerita, faculty development champion, SoTL practitioner mentor and trainer, technology geek, fulbright alum, cultural ambassador, digital explorer, artist, and observer with a passion for Irish land- and seascapes, music and literature, Blasket Island people and culture, and the sea.


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