The following is a single-point rubric to guide the evaluation of my ePortfolio. The criteria items blend elements from Vandervelde (2018), the critical reflection rubric (Brook University, n.d.), and the AACU’s (Association of American Colleges & Universities) integrative and applied learning VALUE Rubric (n.d.). For an editable format, click the button below:

Areas for ImprovementCriteriaStrengths
Goals/ purpose/ audience
  • The goals are clearly stated and relevant to significant areas of the educational technology field.
  • The e-portfolio has a focused purpose and specific audience.
Author’s identity and presence
  • The author introduced herself and provided the reasons that led her to the MET experience.
  • The author provided philosophy and core values consistent with her background and experience; these items are supported and visible throughout the entire production.
Organization and navigation
  • The site is organized around a conceptual framework providing the connection between relevant experience and academic knowledge.
  • The site is easy to navigate and allows the viewer to access certain content.
  • Each page depicts a logical progression of thoughts.
Design and visuals
  • The design is clean, engaging, and responsive.
  • Visuals were effectively used and are coherent with the site themes and content.
  • Fonts, styles, and colors enhance the viewers’ readability.
  • All items are chosen thoughtfully and purposefully; they support the specified goal(s) and framework.
  • The majority of the items adapt and apply the knowledge to respond to challenging situations in the real-life context.
  • Alternative formats for text-based items enhanced interaction with the content and take into consideration the audience.
Quality of reflection:
  • Reflection demonstrates self-awareness of knowledge, understandings, and skills acquisition gained from each item.
  • Reflection makes connections across multiple disciplines and perspectives.
  • Reflection provides links to relevant theories, concepts, and literature whenever applicable.
  • Reflection articulates the shift of the author’s perspective about a relevant issue/ concept/ problem as a result of experience.
Writing conventions
  • The writing pieces are clear, specific, and detailed.
  • Writing is free of grammatical and mechanical errors.
  • All resources are cited accurately.
Future directions
  • The author envisions a future self and considers some next steps that build on her experience across multiple disciplines.