Integrations Curriculum

Assessment and ePortfolio

When your students take a course that serves learning outcomes in the Integrations Curriculum, there are two things that need to happen. The first is that faculty need to use the Integrations rubrics in Canvas to assess at the same time the work is graded. The second is that students need to place artifacts into Folio/Student ePortfolios so that they have them to use later in Learning Integrations, as well as to curate a Portfolio for future employers or grad schools. Fortunately, for most of you, one quick adjustment to your Canvas assignments will do both.

The Integrations Assessment section of the Faculty Teaching and Learning Canvas page has documents to walk you through associating the assessment rubric with your assignment (or quiz). You can grade as you normally would, but will also select the appropriate assessment rating to the data can be gathered and analyzed in aggregate. In order for your students to get their work to their Portfolio, you’ll have them submit a URL instead of a file and that URL will be the link to their work on their Portfolio. In this way the artifact gets to their Portfolio, and you assess it with the Integrations rubric as part of your grading process.

Students will be introduced to Folio/Student ePortfolios in the 105 course. For students who need extra help, the Faculty Teaching and Learning Canvas page has a section on Student ePortfolios with an document intended for students.

Here is a list of what materials need to go into Student ePortfolio's for each class:


Artifacts Needed in ePortfolio

Learning Foundations 

Final Essay: Write, Beginner and Information Literacy, Beginner

Artifact: Information Literacy DEAL Reflection , Beginner

Artifact: Metacognition DEAL Reflection , Beginner

Artifact: ARTE DEAL Reflection , Beginner

Learning Explorations

Final Essay: Write, Intermediate

Final Essay: Information Literacy, Beginner

Artifact: Metacognition DEAL Reflection, Beginner

Artifact: ARTE DEAL Reflection , Beginner

Cultural and Social Difference: Identity

Presentation Recording: Speak, Beginner

Artifact: demonstrating Gender, Beginner

Artifact: demonstrating Race/Ethnicity, Beginner

Artifact: Collaboration DEAL Reflection, Beginner

Quantitative Reasoning

Artifact; demonstrating QR, Beginner

Artifact: demonstrating QR, Intermediate

Theological Explorations

Artifact: demonstrating Theological Reasoning, Beginner

Artifact: demonstrating Religious Engagement, Beginner

Artifact: demonstrating Common Good, Beginner

Artifact: demonstrating Analyzing Texts, Beginner

Thematic Encounter

Artifact: demonstrating how students use the course's disciplinary perspective to examine the theme

Cultural and Social Difference: Systems

Artifact: demonstrating Gender, Intermediate

Artifact: demonstrating Race/Ethnicity, Intermediate

Thematic Focus

Artifact: demonstrating Analyzing Texts, Intermediate and Information Literacy, Intermediate (These may be combined into a single artifact or accomplished in seperate artifacts.)

Artifact: demonstrating engagement with and/or incorporating the Theme, demonstrating how students use the course’s disciplinary approach and/or Way of Thinking to examine the theme, and a reflection on the theme. (These may be combined into a single artifact or accomplished in seperate artifacts.)

Artifact: demonstrating Collaboration, DEAL Reflection, Intermediate

Artifact: demonstrating Information Literacy, DEAL Reflection, Intermediate

Theological Integrations

Artifact: demonstrating Religious Engagement, Intermediate

Artifact: demonstrating Theological Reasoning, Intermediate

Essay: demonstrating Write, Intermediate

Learning Integrations

Artifact: demonstrating Common Good, Intermediate

Presentation recording: Speak, Intermediate

Essay: demonstrating Write, Advanced

Artifact: Metacognition, DEAL Reflection, Intermediate