Developing e-portfolio builds, maintains, and demonstrates professional competence.  A professional portfolio is a record of goals, growth, achievement, and professional attributes developed over time, in collaboration with others. For academic librarians, a professional portfolio is an organized selection of ideas, collateral, support documents, and achievements that illustrate professional status, leadership, pedagogical expertise, subject matter knowledge, knowledge of pedagogy and learning processes, and professional and personal attributes that contribute to the profession of librarianship.

I have a sound reflective practice and launched this e-portfolio in the winter of 2011. This e-portfolio set in forward-facing social media formats aims to illuminate achievements, cultivate competencies,  and demonstrate skills.

This site documents my career path, focusing on my professional orientation, competencies, and research interests.  This site provides current and future employers and colleagues an online opportunity to explore my professional career intentions, experiences, and history.

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