Assessment 3: ePortfolio

Assessment 3: ePortfolio 40%
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Assessment 3 requires you to create an ePortfolio. The aim of this assessment piece is to create an ePorfolio for you to display your achievements and build on these throughout your University and professional careers. It enables you to reflect on your learning and achievements, as well as showcase your individual personal, educational and career development.
Specifications (minimum requirements for this assessment piece)
Create your own ePortfolio:
We want you to use a platform that suits your needs best. The online ePortfolio module at the Learning@Griffith site, under the ‘Assessment’ tab in the ePortfolio folder provides you with further information on what to include in the ePortfolio and the different platforms available.
Your ePortfolio will consist of 6 parts:
1. Create a name and/or make a note of the URL link for your ePortfolio: use the following format (first name_last name).
2. Welcome page: design a home page that introduces you, your values and career aspirations. You will need to consider the purpose of the ePortfolio and the audience.
3. Resume: include information from your resume (education, work experience, interests/hobbies, skills, achievements). Please note; for students that have not worked before please include other skills related to your studies or positions you may have helped in social/community clubs etc.
4. Portfolio: (select key pieces of material/artifacts (i.e. samples of your work) that relate to your skills, knowledge, abilities, experiences, projects, academic assignments, work reports).
ou MUST include at least three samples of your work that relate to your chosen profession (these may be existing pieces of work from the workplace,). 
ou MUST include the Career Focus assessment piece in the portfolio section of the ePortfolio. * Use the Career Focus worksheet and the reflection of field research worksheet provided at the L@GU course site.
ou MUST create (or update) a LinkedIn profile and include the LinkedIn profile link in the portfolio section of the ePortfolio.
ou MUST include the written report in the portfolio section of the ePortfolio. * Use the written report worksheet provided at the L@GU course site.
clude a 1 minutevideo clip talking about ‘yourself’ (who you are, where you are from, what your career aspirations are). This can be recorded on your smart device and uploaded into your ePortfolio.

5. Testimonials/Recommendations: what others think of you, your skills, abilities, work ethic. Aim for at least 3 testimonials/recommendations from a variety of sources.
Full details and worksheets for Portfolio section of ePortfolio
4.1 Three Work Samples
You MUST include at least three samples of your work that relate to your chosen profession. These may be existing pieces of work from the workplace, University or other educational/high school institutions, or you may need to create some new samples.
For tips on types of work samples check out some of the links below;
https://sites.google.com/site/resourcecentereportfolio/artifacts
http://avenue.mcmaster.ca/help/student/eportfolio/creating_artifacts.htm
4.2. Career Focus Assessment piece
You MUST include the Career Focus assessment piece in the portfolio tab of your ePortfolio. *Use the Career Focus and Reflection worksheets provided at the L@GU course site to analyse information related to a Griffith Business School major or area of interest. The aim of this assessment piece is to explore your career options and reflect on careers of interest in order to prepare you for graduate employment.
Requirements for this assessment piece
4.2.1. Complete the Career Options Worksheet provided below. You will need to analyse the set of resources provided on Learning@Griffith (job advertisements, job descriptions and career options articles) for the major you select.
4.2.2. Complete the Reflection on field research worksheet including a 500 word reflection on what you learned from your field research (workplace interview or listen to recorded interview at Learning@Griffith – 1001EHR course site under the ‘assessment’ tab) and how to position yourself for graduate employment.
Your reflection should include:
You MUST reference the interview source you are reflecting on (i.e the workplace interview video or workplace interview). As this is a reflective piece, you can write in first person (I, my etc).
Referencing the source must be in accordance to APA 6th guidelines and included in the reference list at the end of the reflection.
Career Focus Worksheet
Please complete the Career Focus worksheet and include it in the Portfolio section of your ePortfolio. This task is designed to assist you to explore possible career outcomes from your degree.  You will find the relevant resources to enable you to complete the Career Focus worksheet on Learning@Griffith.
Name of major that you have selected: Logistics and Supply Chain Management
List five (5) industries that employ graduates from this major: [The term ‘industry’ refers to the broad field]
Industries that employ graduates from this major
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List five (5) organisations that employ graduates from this major. [The term “organisation” refers to the name of an actual company or government department]
Organisations that employ graduates from this major
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List one (1) website where you may find job vacancies for this major:
Vacancy website:
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List three (3)job titles for graduates from this major: [The job title refers to the name of the position you would occupy]
Job titles for graduates from this major
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List five (5) duties that a graduate from this major may perform in his/her day-to-day work: [Duties are on the job tasks such as:  “Undertake research in the field of…”]
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List five (5) skills or attributes that employers might be seeking (apart from a degree) in graduates from this major: [Skills or attributes are required in order to perform the duties as described above e.g. “Well developed analytical skills” may be required in order to conduct the duty of research]
Skills or attributes required of a graduate in this major.
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Reflection on field research Worksheet
 Please complete the Reflection on field research worksheet and include in the Portfolio section of your ePortfolio). If you select to conduct your own interview, a set of questions is available in the Reflection Resources folder. This script must be followed as it will assist in completing your reflection.
Option (a)
Date of interview:   ________________________
Option (a) or (b):
Name of person you interviewed/listened to:
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Position:
Organisation:
For Option (a) only, please provide the following contact details for your interviewee.
Ph:
Email address:
Workplace Reflection
Record 500 word reflection here…                     Reference Need to ensure that you reference the workplace interview according to the APA referencing style.  An example of how to do this is as follows: In conjunction with what I learnt from this interview, I also found a number of Helen’s points very interesting. Helen stated that “accounting within the public sector is very similar to working in a commercial role for a large corporation” (H. James, personal communication, Sept 17, 2016), however, in the public sector, judgement is based on an economical return to the community, in comparison to a commercial return for a large corporation. Note: No reference list is needed if only referencing the interview.
4.4. Written Report
You MUST include the written report worksheet in the portfolio section of the ePortfolio. The written report requires students to write a brief report (approx. 500 words):
“Discuss some of the challenges facing new graduates in seeking employment upon graduating from University and outline some of the things that you can do to overcome these challenges”.
The aim of this assessment piece is to learn more about employability, employment and the labour market as well as demonstrate academic writing, researching and referencing skills.
Requirements for this assessment piece
4.4.1. Introduction: one short paragraph approximately. An introduction introduces the topic and provides a brief overview of the key points to be discussed in the report.
4.4.2 Topic with integration of the literature in the body of the report.
4.4.3. Conclusion: one short paragraph approximately. A conclusion summarises the main points made in relation to the topic, no new information is included here.
You MUST use at least three peer-reviewed and/or refereed journal articles (published within the last 10 years) to support your points made. Peer-reviewed or Refereed articles are from academic/scholarly journals that only publish articles that have passed through a review process. The review process helps ensure that the published articles reflect solid scholarship in their fields.
All refereed journal articles must be referenced in accordance to APA 6th guidelines and a reference list should be included at the end of the report.
Written Report – Worksheet
Please complete the Written Report worksheet and include it in the Portfolio section of your ePortfolio)
Topic: “Discuss some of the challenges facing new graduates in seeking employment upon graduating from University and outline some of the things that you can do to overcome these challenges”.
  Start 500 word report here…                                                                     References    

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