The FrogFolio Lab is a walk-in space that offers one-on-one FrogFolio support. No appointments necessary.
Hours & Location
The FrogFolio Lab is open Monday— Thursday, 10:30am to 3:30pm. We are located in Rees-Jones Hall Room 101, on the ground floor in the glass room just across the lobby from the big “Knowledge is Freedom” sign.
Please note that our last day of walk-in hours for the Spring 2017 semester is Thursday, April 4th. We will re-open on Monday, August 21st for the Fall 2017 semester.
The FrogFolio Lab is staffed with student eTerns who are adept at using Digication tools to create excellent e-portfolios. Our experienced eTerns can help you with all aspects of your FrogFolio journey:
- Generate interesting content that captivates the attention of your audiences
and showcases your accomplishments.
- Reflect on your learning and make connections between different courses
and co-curricular experiences.
- Find ways to make your learning relevant to multiple audiences, including
- Gather constructive criticism and feedback on your ePortfolio as you
prepare to fulfill the requirements of your classes and beyond.
- Make cohesive, visually appealing design choices that reflect your personality
and professional agenda.
- Address common technical issues such as adjusting settings, customizing your
FrogFolio’s look, and dealing with those nitty-gritty editing functions.
Jessica Menkin Kontelis is the Graduate Assistant to FrogFolio. She manages the ePortfolio Lab, schedules class visits, develops undergraduate and faculty support materials, and markets FrogFolio to the TCU community. Jessica is an MFA graduate and PhD candidate in the Rhetoric & Composition, English program at TCU, where she specializes in developing interdisciplinary approaches to prompting creativity and teaching writing. (Read More)
Bethany Pierce is a junior Biology major with Spanish and Chemistry minors on the pre-health track from College Station, Texas. In addition to working for TCU’s FrogFolio program, she is involved in multiple organizations on and off campus, including the John V. Roach Honors College, Women In Science and Engineering, the pre-health society Alpha Epsilon Delta, the service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega, and TCU’s Spanish and Chemistry Clubs. (Visit her FrogFolio to read more)
Winona Gbedey is a junior Biology major, Health Care Ethics minor from Bentonville, AR. Aside from being a FrogFolio eTern, she is a member of multiple organizations, including the Horned Frog Marching Band and TCU Women in Science and Engineering. She is also a Connections mentor to first-year-students and Alumni Coordinator and Webmaster for Tau Beta Sigma. (Visit her FrogFolio to read more)
Mackenzie Hall is a junior business major from Austin, TX who aspires to earn her degree in marketing and work for a company that would align with her passions and allow her to grow as creative individual, leader, and learner. On top of her job as a FrogFolio eTern, her involvement on campus includes the BNSF Neeley Leadership Program, Chancellor’s Leadership Program, and the John V. Roach Honors College. (Visit her FrogFolio to read more)
Samantha McHenry is a junior eTern for FrogFolio. She is a BFA Musical Theatre Major, originally from the small town of Friendswood, Texas. Samantha is an actress, singer, dancer, and artist who dabbles in writing, baking, journaling, scrapbooking, poetry, and so many other things. She is a spirit leader for the TCU student section at football games and involved in many organizations at TCU. (Visit her FrogFolio to read more)