I think Chassidy Williams hit the nail on the head in our last discussion. Our portfolios are like a house. We own the house, but still have responsibilities to keep up with such as property taxes, etc. However, our homes are our comfort zones. We decorate, paint and arrange our houses to fit our likes and needs. Our portfolios will vary just as our homes do.
There is such great variety in all of the portfolios. I tend to be attracted to portfolios that are clean and to the point. I am in love with Amy Atchison's site. It's like driving through River Oaks and looking at the million dollar houses. It is organized, original and beautiful. Her learning manifesto is set up like a book. I found it fascinating. I also like Cyndy Schroeder's site. It looks like it would be in my neighborhood. It's organized, clean, and easy to follow.
I looked at several other portfolios. I plan to add a tab of professional development workshops that I have attended like Roselynn Verwood has on her website. I am glad that Dr. Harapnuik included his son's site. Even thought his son is older than my students, it gives me an idea of what I could expect from my classes.
As I have looked at the different portfolios, I have learned that they are all different. There is not one correct way to organize an ePortfolio. My ePortfolio will never be complete. It will always be a work in progress. It will evolve and change as I do.