Welcome to the Cornell ePortfolio service.
An ePortfolio is an online compilation of information to document student achievements. These may include reflections on the learning process and its outcomes.
- an organization of student thoughts and artifacts
- a presentation and linking of a variety of media – images, audio, video, web sites are just a few examples
- the ability for students to share content and update information easily
Consider visiting the site for the The Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEBL), a community of practice based in electronic portfolios in learning and teaching. They have a conference every August in Boston, MA, which is a great opportunity to immerse yourself in electronic portfolios. http://www.aaeebl.org/. This website contains a lot of information for you to understand the many facets of ePortfolios in higher education.
When getting started with ePortfolios, we highly recommend scheduling a consultation with one of our Instructional Designers who can help you to determine the best use of ePortfolios for your situation.
To schedule an ePortfolio consultation, email email@example.com and include “ePortfolios” in the subject line of your email. Someone will then be in contact with you to schedule a consultation.