During the quarter, you will be assembling a portfolio. A portfolio is a collection of your work that demonstrates your abilities for a particular audience. It is your responsibility to choose the audience, the type of abilities to exhibit, the form of the particular exhibits, and the overall story into which the exhibits fit. Think of yourself as a curator whose purpose is to put together an exhibition of your best works in order to persuade someone to make some particular assessment of you. The format of the portfolio also is up to you as long as you get our approval. You don't have to restrict yourself to the written word. Be creative.
Here are some questions that should be clearly answered for the viewer of your portfolio:
It is fine for you to change the story being told by your portfolio, as long as each delivery clearly answers the above questions. If you do change the story, please include a cover letter explaining the reasons for this change.
We will use, at least, the following criteria to grade your portfolio: