UCF Service Desk
The UCF Service Desk can assist with on-campus troubleshooting for UCF-based online systems and computer labs: https://publishing.ucf.edu/sites/itr/cst/Pages/ServiceDeskAbout.aspx.
Department of Writing & Rhetoric’s Degree Programs Office
Program Advisors Adele Richardson and Marcy Galbreath, as well as Program Director Stephanie Vie, are available for appointments during their posted office hours in the 301 office suite of Colbourn Hall. To make an appointment, sign up on the sheet on the front desk, see Programs Assistant Adam Salazar in 307-I, or contact us at email@example.com or 407-823-2295. You can directly contact our Program Advisors Adele Richardson (firstname.lastname@example.org or 407-823-0349) and Marcy Galbreath (email@example.com or 386-690-2467).
University Writing Center
Offering free peer consultations to UCF students, the University Writing Center (UWC) can be a valuable resource for enhancing the content of your writing e-portfolio (along with any other writing assignments); note that the UWC is not a “fix-it” editing service, however. Along with face-to-face consultations in the main location on the first floor of Colbourn Hall, the UWC offers online consultations. Although you can drop by any time the UWC is open, we recommend making an appointment, particularly near the end of a term. For more on information or to make an appointment, visit http://www.uwc.ucf.edu/.
UCF Career Services
UCF Career Services offers assistance for both students and alumni on career counseling, job search skills, resume critiques, interview preparation, graduate school preparation, and alumni mentoring through appointments and drop in sessions at their Career Resource Center. This can be a great resource to assist with applying your e-portfolio to your current and future job searches. Find out more information at http://www.career.ucf.edu/.
UCF Policy and Protocols for Using Copyrighted Materials
You must follow legal protocols for obtaining permission and documenting internet sources and copyrighted materials, including images from websites like flickr and other sources. Refer to the UCF Policy on Copyright Materials for the appropriate protocols of use: http://policies.ucf.edu/documents/2-103.1%20Copyrighted%20Material%20FINAL%205-21-2010.pdf.
Media Commons at Penn State University
This webpage provides links to sites that contain free media resources (many of which are available through Creative Commons licenses): http://mediacommons.psu.edu/instruction/freemedia.