Jackie's NSC ePortfolio

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This document is an archive of an electronic portfolio (ePortfolio) produced as a capstone requirement for the Notation in Science Communication. In this ePortfolio, I demonstrate how I have met the NSC learning outcomes through the various scientific and creative projects I have completed while at Stanford. This portfolio details my growth and development as a scientist and science communicator rather than showcasing only my best work. I reflect on the various learning moments that accompanied each project and the ways that these have shaped my identity and future directions.


Type of resource mixed material, Dataset, still image, text
Publication date May 16, 2023


Author Lu, Jacqueline (Jackie)
Advisor Lie, Helen
Advisor Fisher, Paul


Subject Communication in Science
Subject Public health
Subject Medicine > Research
Subject Biology
Subject Nutrition policy
Subject Service learning
Subject Medical ethics
Genre Mixed materials
Genre Data
Genre Image
Genre Portfolio
Genre Sound
Genre Text
Genre Video
Genre Data sets
Genre Dataset
Genre Student project report
Genre Portfolios

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DOI https://doi.org/10.25740/yc401nj0971
Location https://purl.stanford.edu/yc401nj0971

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Lu, J. (2023). Jackie's NSC ePortfolio. Stanford Digital Repository. Available at https://purl.stanford.edu/yc401nj0971. https://doi.org/10.25740/yc401nj0971.


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