One of the programs that will launch you on this journey is Pathways, a digital repository that is a safe and private space to document your accomplishments, reflect on your choices, test out new ideas and passions, and help you better understand your priorities and aspirations . It will also help you think about how your future goals intersect with becoming an active citizen of the world when you leave Bucknell. When you are ready, you can share your portfolio reflections with others, such as advisors, faculty, coaches, other students and employers.
To get started, you will want to complete the introductory checklist that will guide you through logging in and setting up your first portfolio. You may also find helpful the slides that are used for trainings. For more advanced help you should consult the Digication FAQ or the Digication Student Help Pages. Also be on the lookout for workshops and other training.
Please keep in mind that your portfolio is a digital representation of yourself as a student at Bucknell and you must follow all of the same legal and ethical guidelines here that you see outlined in the Student Handbook. A summary of the most applicable policies can be found in this quick guide.