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MLA Portfolio & FAQ
The MLA portfolio has three basic requirements: a written precourse survey, a final survey and a collection of artifacts from your MLA program coursework with inclusion forms to explain your artifacts. This collection shows evidence that you have experienced growth during the program and have developed the following essential characteristics:
What is a precourse survey and what information should I include in it?
What type of artifacts should be included?
Am I required to submit forms with my artifacts?
How should I organize my portfolio?
When is my portfolio due?
How do I deliver my portfolio?
How will the portfolio be assessed?
Will my portfolio be returned to me?
The capstone project is similar to an independent study. Its purpose is to integrate the thinking that has evolved through completion of the MLA coursework and relate it to professional and community activities. The following are examples of capstone project formats: