Aportfolio Faculty Exemplars
Our faculty award recipients each provide outstanding examples of situating ePortfolios in their classes and programs. You can read about their experiences with Aportfolios to learn how ePortfolio pedagogy and assessment are actively used on our campus.
Rebekah Cummings 2020-21 (Scholars With Diverse Abilities (SDAP program)
Ruth Ann Marotta 2019-20 (Rhetoric and Composition)
Dr. Joy James 2018-19 (Recreation Management)
Sarah Zurhellen 2017-18 (Rhetoric and Composition)
Tiffany Wilgar 2016-17 (Rhetoric and Composition)
Miles Britton 2015-16 (Rhetoric and Composition)
General ePortfolio Pedagogy
Catalyst for Learning website - Research and Resources
- Feedback on eportfolio construction
- Online eportfolio curricula
- Additional research methods on the effectiveness of eportfolios
The material on this website is work supported by the National Science Foundation
A short internet article about the relevance of ePortfolios and their significance in job searching.
Heidi Johnsen reflects in this essay on her use of ePortfolios. It illustrates the evolution of the ePortfolio project, what worked in the program, and what needed to be changed and how Johnsen implemented those changes. She lists what she believes has assisted her students in reflecting on their learning.
This article discusses the impact of ePortfolio use and the success of students. Offers examples of the assignments used with Rutgers students, and a plethora of examples of student work. Though the focus of ePortfolios here was professional, instructors emphasized the importance of students reflecting on learning through their respective disciplines. This calls for reflection of learning across time and courses resulting in student insight. Students were also encouraged to share their ePortfolios with other students. They found this facilitated reflection on students "voice" and reflection on the students community of learning. The article also details various levels of support offered to students through peer mentors and their Office of Advising.
An article from The University of Virginia about the process of creating a learning portfolio and assessment. This article contains some reflective prompts for students, and specific points for assessment.