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Golden Eagle's ePortfolio. (2012). Available at

This eportfolio is the CSULA Honors College eportfolio template and eportfolio workshop demonstration portfolio (The content of the eportfolio changes, based on each workshop's focus). Students are encouraged to apply this template to their own eportfolios so they correctly structure their sites.

CSULA Honors Program ePortfolio site. (2012). Available at

This site provides students with directions for creating and maintaining their eportfolios. It will be decommisioned in Fall 2013.

CSULA Honors College ePortfolio site. (2012). Available at

This site will replace the CSULA Honors Program ePortfolio site in Fall 2013. It provides students with directions for creating and maintaining their eportfolios.