ePortfolio Showcase

Sustaining Success ePortfolios

The Sustaining Success initiative extends the work and outcomes of the initial Course Redesign with Technology projects. For more information on the Sustaining Success Initiative

Early Intervention in Fundamental PhysicsGeoffrey LovelacePhysicsFullerton15-16
Sustaining Success in ChemistryRobin DonatelloChemistryChico16-17
Sustaining Success in Pre-Calculus Using a Multi-Pronged ApproachSharon LanaghanMathDominguez Hills16-17
Business Math with Just-in-time Remediation and Supplementary InstructionShirley YapMathEast Bay16-17
Keeping the Momentum Going: Scaling to Larger Sections and Integrating Peer Mentors Birte PflegerHistoryLos Angeles16-17
Sustaining A Course Redesign Success in MarketingTye JacksonMarketingLos Angeles16-17
Deepening Student Engagement and Satisfaction in an Online GE Science Course with Active LearningNatalie Zayas DelgadoScienceMonterey Bay16-17
Disseminating Insights about Teaching Object-Oriented Graphics Programming using Mobile Application Development FrameworkPinar Muyan-OzcelikComputer ScienceSacramento16-17
Improving Communication/Resource Sharing Among Sociology Faculty in Multiple Sections of Introductory StatisticsEllen C. BergSociologySacramento16-17
Sustaining Engagement in the Essentials of U.S. History through Interdisciplinary Collaboration and CommunityKate Chilton and Laura GuardinoHistorySan Jose16-17
Using Learning Analytics to Assess and Improve Student Success in Redesigned CalculusDana PaquinMathSan Luis Obispo16-17
Sustaining Success-ThermodynamicsSteffen PeukerEngineeringSan Luis Obispo16-17
Quantifying the Benefit of a Self-Regulated Hybrid Classroom: Sustaining Success ePortfolioWilliam RiggsVirtual LabSan Luis Obispo16-17
Cultivate an Active-Learning Experience in General Education Science Course via Online Simulation ActivitiesKarno NgScienceSan Marcos16-17
Expanding the Use of Online Prelabs and Assessments for Improved Student Success in Chemistry LaboratoriesScott C. RussellScience Virtual LabsStanislaus16-17
Course Redesign for Student Success Program (2016-17) Using Guided Practice to Improve Teaching TechniqueCenter for Effective Teaching and Learning (CETL) Cal State LAStudent SuccessLos Angeles16-17

Further details regarding the ePortfolio development process:

For questions and/or assistance with the ePortfolios, email eportfolio@cdl.edu.