The Comprehensive Portfolio
By completing the comprehensive portfolio, students demonstrate/re-demonstrate their knowledge of their field of study in context of course work, scholarly tasks, and dissertation topic. Its structure provides students with latitude to demonstrate their knowledge and skills as scholars in their field of study. It has three primary components:
- Students describe their academic growth as demonstrated through their courses, research activities, and other scholarly experiences
- Scholarly Tasks:
- Students work with their doctoral committee to establish evidence of scholarly activities
- Supporting Documents:
- Program of research & curriculum vitae
For more detailed information on the Comprehensive Portfolio (including information on committees, expectations, evaluation criteria, and structure) please see the Program Handbook as well as the Comprehensive Portfolio Examination Page.
Accessing Comprehensive Portfolios Via Home University Portals
The Joint PhD Program is pleased to have password protected secure sites at each home university to display completed Comprehensive Portfolios. These sites are intended to promote knowledge sharing and facilitate a sense of learning community by providing students and faculty of the Joint PhD in Educational Studies program with access to completed portfolios from across the three partner universities. We encourage you to log into your home university’s secure site and view under the header Joint PhD Comprehensive Portfolios.
At Brock University: SAKAI
At Lakehead University: D2L
At the University of Windsor: Blackboard