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Eportfolio Posting Directions What is Eportfolio? All COMM Portfolios must be submitted electronically through what is known as  “Eportfolio.” Each student has their own Eportfolio, which is also referred to as  the U drive. The U drive can only be accessed on a campus computer, as it is  only available through the University of Charleston’s computer network. What needs to be posted to Eportfolio? In your Eportfolio, you must post the following in order to be eligible for COMM  credits: Five essays that will be completed in your writing-intensive class, including  one essay that is an introduction or reflection, as well as a cover page. The assignments that generated your essays (even for the introduction  and reflection). Turnitin.com Originality reports for all of your essays. When I’m on Eportfolio, where do I post my essays? When on Eportfolio, you will see that there are many folders available to save in.  However, it is required that if you are completing your COMM 101portfolio, you  choose the “COMM 101” folder. Likewise, you must also choose the “COMM  102” folder if you are completing your COMM 102 portfolio. In the event that you  are trying to attain your Mid-level writing icon, most professors prefer that you  upload your essays in the folder labeled “LLO.” Once you have accessed your proper folder, you must then create five new  folders for your essays. These should be titled: Essay 1
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Essay 2 Essay 3 Essay 4 Introduction OR Reflection* * You will label the fifth folder “Introduction” if you are completing your COMM  101 portfolio. If you are completing COMM 102, label it “Reflection” As you complete your essays, post them to your Eportfolio, in their corresponding 
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